Library Calendar

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    • 1:00 pm
      9/22/2021

    he SRS is excited to announce our Introduction to National Bibliographies series! This multisession effort is open to students, researchers, librarians, and scientists who are interested in discovering and utilizing this essential resource.

    • 3:00 - 4:00 pm
      9/29/2021

    The RBML welcomes Mariselle Melendez, LAS Alumni Distinguished Professorial Scholar and Professor of Spanish at the U of I. This presentation offers an overview of the impressive book and manuscript collection found at the Rare Book & Manuscript Library.

    • 4:00 - 5:00 pm
      9/29/2021
    • Main Library (1408 W Gregory Dr.), Room 106

    Join the IAS Library on Wednesday Sept. 29th at 4:00 PM for our International Literature Book Club! For the month of September, the club will be discussing "Too Loud a Solitude" by Czech novelist Bohumil Hrabal.

    • 12:00 pm
      9/30/2021

    This presentation is part of a virtual series hosted by the Friends of the Library and initiated by the Library Board of Advocates to share the wonders of the University Library at Illinois.

    • 6:30 - 8:30 pm
      10/13/2021
    • https://champaign.org/event/making-medieval-manuscripts-crafty-adults-4164605

    The Rare Book & Manuscript Library joins forces with the Champaign Public Library for a virtual crafty event! Interested in learning about medieval manuscripts? In this class, we'll go over what a medieval manuscript is and how they are created. This includes talking about making parchment, ink, and quills, as well as a calligraphy lesson.

    • 10:00 am
      10/14/2021

    The SRS is excited to announce our Introduction to National Bibliographies series! This multisession effort is open to students, researchers, librarians, and scientists who are interested in discovering and utilizing this essential resource.

    • 9:00 am
      10/21/2021

    The Baltic Sea Region is home to nine countries that represent numerous cultures and societies. Through interdisciplinary scholarly discussions, the Slavic Reference Service seeks to highlight original research and facilitate thematic discussions on the countries of this world region. The forum theme for 2021 is Societies in Transition.

    • 10:00 am
      10/28/2021

    The SRS is excited to announce our Introduction to National Bibliographies series! This multisession effort is open to students, researchers, librarians, and scientists who are interested in discovering and utilizing this essential resource.

    • 1:00 - 2:00 pm
      10/29/2021

    RBML curator Dr. Cait Coker will have Halloween-themed items from the collection on hand to discuss live with viewers. Tune in to ask questions about our first edition of Dracula, 17th century magical texts, and poetry about bats!

    • All Day
      11/4/2021 - 11/5/2021

    The Central Asia Research Forum seeks to bring together scholars in the arts and humanities, life, physical, and the social sciences to discuss ongoing projects, as well as completed scholarly works on Central Asia, its history, environment, and peoples at this multidisciplinary research forum. The theme for the inaugural forum is: Publishing and Book Culture.

  • Image of player piano and piano roll with text reading The Music & Performing Arts Library presents... Player Piano Virtual Demonstration. Friday, Nov 5, 2021, Start time: 12pm, Online via Zoom (registration required)
    • 12:00 pm
      11/5/2021
    • Zoom

    Join the Music & Performing Arts Library for a virtual lunch hour demonstration featuring the Library’s Steinway Duo-Art reproducing piano and collection of piano rolls.

    • All Day
      12/9/2021

    This pre-recorded video will feature RBML curators recreating historical recipes from our collections in a home kitchen. Feel free to follow along at home!