Library Calendar


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    • 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
      9/16/2022 - 5/12/2023
    • 346 Main University Library, 1408 W. Gregory Dr.

    RBML's fall exhibit featuring the University of Illinois Library's extensive Conde de Montemar letters collection, as well as other rare and fascinating books about the 16th-Century Spanish conquest and colonization of Perú.

    • All Day
      2/21/2023 - 3/31/2023
    • 2nd Floor Exhibit Cases (near the circulation desk)

  • Photograph of a young woman in a mortarboard.
    • All Day
      3/1/2023 - 3/31/2023
    • Funk ACES Library, 2nd Floor, 1101 S. Goodwin Avenue, Urbana

    In honor of Women’s History Month, the Funk ACES Library invite you to learn about University of Illinois alum Minna Ernestine Jewell, an early twentieth century aquatic ecologist and zoologist who studied midwestern aquatic habitats extensively.

  • Image Credit: The Library of Congress
    • All Day
      3/6/2023 - 3/31/2023
    • Library Gallery; IASL

    The exhibition highlights the works of women and collections about women in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies at the University of Illinois and beyond.

  • Japanese Mangaka Kazuo Maekawa is coming to UIUC campus! Thursday 3/23 Artist Talk Main Library First Floor 12pm. Saturday 3/25 Cosplay Party, Allen Hall, 7pm. MWF 3/27-3/29 Manga Workshops, Allen Hall, 7pm. All events are free! Contact Kofi for details
    • 12:00 - 1:00 pm
    • Main Library, Room 106

    Renowned Japanese Mangaka Kazuo Maekawa is coming to campus for a series of events! On March 23rd at 12pm he will deliver a talk in room 106 in the Main Library. Snacks will be provided to in-person attendees. Virtual attendees may register to attend on Zoom at

    • 3:00 pm

    Join the Slavic Reference Service and the Language Workshop at Indiana University for the next installment of the Research and Language Learning series. On March 23 we are featuring Dr. Marianne Kamp who will be giving a talk entitled "Learning to Listen in Uzbek: Oral History and Language Proficiency." For more information and to register, please visit:

    • 5:00 pm
    • Martinelli's Market, 500C N. Walnut Street, Champaign

    Around April 1st, bibliophiles, book artists, and food lovers around the world gather to celebrate the book arts and the (literal!) ingestion of culture. Participants create an “edible book,” which can be inspired by a favorite tale, involve a pun on a famous title, or simply be in the shape of a book (or scroll, or tablet, etc).

    • 2:30 - 3:30 pm
    • Funk ACES Library, 2nd floor, 1101 S. Goodwin Avenue, Urbana

    Three experts from across campus will each discuss their work related to water and respond to questions from attendees during the #FunkPanel2023.

    • 6:30 - 7:30 pm

    Log in to learn about a group of women book collectors who met from 1944-2004, providing a space for legitimacy, fellowship, and education in a period where women’s access to formal education and academic institutions was limited.

  • Women in Science Lecture Poster with headshot of Molly Goldstein and pipes and gears in background. All text information available in text info on this page
    • 12:00 - 1:00 pm
    • University Archives, Room 146 Main Library

    Dr. Goldstein will share her research on student-designer trade off decisions and design actions and thinking

    • 3:00 - 5:00 pm
    • 346 Main Library

    Shakespeare’s First Folio, published in 1623, gathered 36 of the Bard’s plays, including 18 that would otherwise have disappeared. Come help us mark this 400th milestone: visit with some of RBML’s Shakespearean treasures, dare to read or recite a few lines, wear your Elizabethan finery if you wish, and “With mirth and laughter let old wrinkles come.”

  • Women in Science Lecture Poster with headshot of Isabella Condotta (wearing scarf and glasses) and sheep in the background. All text information available in text info on this page
    • 12:00 - 1:00 pm
    • University Archives, Room 146 Main Library

    Dr. Condotta will discuss her research on reducing animal stress and improving their well-being and the use of technologies to study animal behavior

    • 3:00 - 5:00 pm
    • 346 Main University Library, 1408 W. Gregory Dr.

    Come and celebrate the birthday of Gwendolyn Brooks (1917-2000), former Illinois Poet Laureate and the first African American writer to win the Pulitzer Prize. Take a look at some of our favorite gems from Miss Brooks’s literary archives, and enjoy a slice of her birthday cake! This event is free and open to all.