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Gelman Hours for GWorld Holders Complete Hours Info
Today
12pm – 8pm
Wed
12pm – 8pm
Thu
12pm – 8pm
Fri
12pm – 6pm
Sat
12pm – 6pm
Sun
12pm – 8pm
Mon
12pm – 8pm
Gelman 12pm – 8pm
NOTICE:

Access to the Gelman and VSTC Library buildings is available only to residential students and to GW students, faculty, and staff who have special permission to be on campus (the on-campus cohort) and a quarantine status of "cleared." Those who are not part of the on-campus cohort will not have physical access to campus buildings. Seat reservations are required. 

Past Events

The National Churchill Library and Center hosts a number of interviews and lectures each season. Our past events are listed here below: 

An Evening with General David Petraeus 

Lincoln's Sense of Humor: A Double-Edged Sword 

The Big Stick by Eliot Cohen

On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century 

Defeating Radical Islamic Terrorism 

Cabinet's Finest Hour: A Discussion with David Owen 

Franklin and Winston in the White House 

The State of the "Special Relationship"

Prince Charles: Passions and Paradoxes of an Improbable Life 

An Evening with Irish Ambassador to the United States, Daniel Mulhall 

Greater Gotham: A Discussion with Historian Mike Wallace 

Paris in the Present Tense 

The Dawn Watch: Joseph Conrad in a Global World 

Winston Churchill and the Flying Tigers

Politics and Leadership, Past and Present 

Regarding the European Union, What Would Winston Do?

Munich by Robert Harris 

Britain and the World: A Discussion with Sir Alan Duncan 

The Impossible Presidency: A Conversation with Jeremi Suri

The Square and the Tower: A Conversation with Niall Ferguson 

An Evening with Mary Branson

An Evening with David Rubenstein

Adam Smith: Father of Economics by Jesse Norman MP

If You Ask Me: Essential Advice From Eleanor Roosevelt By Mary Jo Binker

Sir Antony Beevor And The Battle Of Arnhem

Nigel West and Churchill's Spy Files

Before the Oath: A Conversation with Martha Joynt Kumar

Nursing Churchill: A Conversation with Author Jill Rose

Beyond Brexit

De Gaulle by Julian Jackson

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