Caitlin Costello, MA candidate in Art History, will be a fellow at Tisch Library this summer as she re-stages, through animation, a 17th Century painting, “The Carousel at Palazzo Barberini in Honor of Christina of Sweden.”
Molly Hildebrand, PhD candidate in English, will study early 20th Century American women writers’ use of tropes from the visual arts to challenge predominant ideas of race, class, and gender.
Image from telegraph.co.uk
During intersession (May 11th – May 21st), the library will be open Monday – Friday, 9:00AM – 5:00PM.
On Friday, May 10th the library will be open from 8:00AM – 5:00PM.
Visit the Tisch Library’s leisure reading blog, What Sophia Recommends. Sophia is our lovely bronze mascot, who sits on a bench across from the New Books Shelf, always with a book on her lap. She serves as a reminder that even during these busy days it is important (and enjoyable) to read for fun. Check out her blog where you’ll find suggested titles with reviews of books found right here at Tisch Library.
Friday, May 3rd: 8:00AM – Midnight
Saturday, May 4th: 10:00AM – Midnight
Spring 2013 Late Night Study:
Sunday – Thursday April 28th – May 9th:
1:00AM – 6:00AM
Friday & Saturday May 3rd – 4th:
Midnight – 6:00AM
Tisch will re-open Saturday at 10am, and will resume normal hours. The Music Library, however, will be closed Saturday.
Tisch Library invites you to complete a quick survey about your use of tools for citations (such as RefWorks and EndNote) and storage of references. Your input will help us enormously as we plan for training and support for these tools. The survey URL is https://tufts.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_81Z6Ys2cFCI2erz and you have until Friday, April 19 to complete it.
More classes in April!
Librarians teach the top tools for managing your references & bibliographies.
Rosanna Warren, author of 4 collections of poetry and a book of criticism, has received awards from the Academy of American Poets and The American Academy of Arts & Letters, among others. Warren will be reading her poetry in the library on April 3rd. Warren’s most recent book of poems, Ghost in a Red Hat, comprises “something of a ghost story”, covering private experiences as well as political, historical, and public subjects. Book signing & reception to follow. (3:30 – 5 PM, Hirsh Reading Room)