February 2010

Colloquium: Paradoxes of Happiness

Everyone is invited to join us on selected Friday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. in Crabbe Library Room 201 for a hour of informal, moderated conversation over print, video or audio material on various topics selected by EKU faculty. Refreshments will be provided by EKU Student Government Association.

New Library Resources!

EKU Libraries are providing access to several new online resources this semester. You can find links to these and to all of our other online resources on our Databases @ EKU Libraries page.

Movies @ the Main Library

Have you heard about the SGA Movie Collection?  Located in the Main Lobby of the Main Library, this collection contains over 350 of today’s most popular DVDs.  Provided through collaboration between the Student Government Association and EKU Libraries, the DVDs range from blockbusters like Star Trek to art films like Maria Full of Grace and animated films like

International Cinema Series: Munyurangabo

Join EKU Libraries Wednesday, February 23, at 6:30 p.m. in Main Library Room 108 for an International Cinema Series presentation of Munyurangabo (Rwanda, 2007).

Colloquium: Presidential Assassinations of U.S. Citizens

Everyone is invited to join us on selected Friday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. in Crabbe Library Room 201 for a hour of informal, moderated conversation over print, video or audio material on various topics selected by EKU faculty. Refreshments will be provided by EKU Student Government Association.

Colloquium: Patriotism as Idolatry

Everyone is invited to join us on selected Friday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. in Crabbe Library Room 201 for a hour of informal, moderated discussion of articles on various topics selected by EKU faculty. Refreshments will be provided by EKU Student Government Association.

EKU Librarian Named Video Reviewer of the Year

Library Journal has recently selected Rob Sica, an Assistant Librarian at Eastern Kentucky University Libraries, as its Video Reviewer of the Year for 2009.

Sica is the impetus behind EKU Libraries’ highly successful International Film Series and is a frequent contributor to Library Journal.

Focus on Scholarship: Dr. Linda Frost

Dr. Linda Frost is an Associate Professor in the Department of English and Theatre and director of the Honors Program. A scholar of nineteenth-century American literature and culture, she is the author of two books: "Never One Nation: Freaks, Savages, and Whiteness in U.S.

Colloquium: Historical Roots of our Ecological Crisis

Everyone is invited to join us on selected Friday afternoons at 3:30 p.m. in Crabbe Library Room 201 for a hour of informal, moderated discussion of articles on various topics selected by EKU faculty. Refreshments will be provided by EKU Student Government Association.