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Remembering the Holocaust: A Story of Loss, Love and Survival

Blog: News Events

Dr. Yehuda Nir and Dr. Bonnie Maslin Exhibit Hall
Gelman Library, 7th floor

Now Hiring Undergraduate and Graduate Processing Assistants for Summer and Fall 2015

Blog: DCAAP

The DC Africana Archives Project is seeking five George Washington University and Howard University students to serve as processing assistants for the upcoming summer and fall semesters.  Students who work as processing assistants for DCAAP will receive a wealth of training and experience in archival processing and Africana history and culture. Students will also be introduced to influential administrators and curators serving at museums, universities, cultural centers, libraries and research institutions across the region.

International Student Coffee Hour in the Global Resources Center

Blog: News Events

Thursday, April 23
10-11:30am
Gelman Library Room 708 (Global Resources Center)

Will's Birthday Bash

Blog: News Events

Will's Birthday Bash

Tuesday, April 21
2-4pm
Gelman Library Reading Porch
Rain location: Gelman 219

Party Bard-y with GW Libraries and GW English as we celebrate the 451st birthday of William Shakespeare. Join us on the Gelman Reading Porch for cakes and tea while enjoying student poetry performances. You can also make your own quill pen and, of course, take a birthday selfie with Will.  

Woven Words: Poetry, Art, and the Book

Blog: News Events

Woven WordsApril 1 - May 31, 2015
Media and Public Affairs Building second floor display cases.

April is National Poetry Month!

Research Guide to the Crisis in Ukraine

Blog: News Events

Crisis in Ukraine

Video Commemorating 75 Years of the National School Boards Association

Blog: NEA Blog

Gelman Library's Special Collections is always happy to see its material being put to use. It's especially nice when it's used by the original donor returning to see how we've cared for their material over the years. Recently, National School Boards Association (NSBA) celebrated its 75th Anniversary.

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