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New Collection: TV Critic and GW Professor Lawrence Laurent

Special Collections is pleased to announce a new collection from former GW faculty member Lawrence Laurent, a prominent D.C. radio and television critic.

Start Smart: Graduate Student Library Orientations

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Start Smart

Start your graduate career off right by attending a library orientation!  Learn about GW Libraries, and its collections, and discover resources in your discipline.  Tours will be offered at the end of the session.

Five orientation sessions are available:
Friday, August 15  from 11am - 12pm
Friday, August 22  from 2 - 3pm, 3 - 4pm, 4 - 5pm or 5 - 6pm

Planned Transfer of Library Collection from Corcoran

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As part of the Corcoran College of Art + Design’s integration with the George Washington University, the collections of the Corcoran College Library will relocate to GW’s Gelman Library.  The Corcoran collection will transfer as an art and design unit located on Gelman’s 1st floor.  Rare or fragile works will be managed in the Special Collections Research Cent

Teamsters Local 544 records

Teamsters Local 544Come explore the inner workings of the Teamsters and see how unions operate and negotiate. The Special Collections Research Center holds an impressive collection of American labor history materials, featuring the records of the International Brotherhood of Teamsters.

In Memoriam: Yehuda Nir

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Yehuda Nir It is with great sadness that the GW Libraries acknowledge the passing of Dr. Yehuda Nir. Dr. Nir was a well-respected psychiatrist with a specialty in counseling patients with post-traumatic stress disorder. His life as a Holocaust survivor moved him to pursue this line of work and inspired him to write The Lost Childhood: The Complete Memoir, which details the years that Nir and his family spent seeking safety from Nazi persecution.

Required Summer Reading: D.C. Fiction

Read any good Washington fiction lately? There’s nothing like recognizing familiar streets and landmarks in a tale from another time.

A New Look for the Catalog!

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Catalog makeover

The GW Libraries catalog is getting a makeover for the Fall semester!  A sneak preview (beta test) is available now by selecting the "Catalog" tab above the search box and then clicking "see our new look!"

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