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Spring 2014: Library Exhibitions, Workshops, Screenings
 

January 21, 2014—The start of spring semester 2014 provides several opportunities across Harvard’s libraries to enjoy an exhibition, join a workshop, attend a lecture or see a film. Events occurring over the next few weeks are listed below. To submit your event to the Library calendar, please contact catherine_blatzatharvard [dot] edu (Catherine Blatz).
 

Exhibitions

The Art of American Advertising, 1865-1910
Through April 5
Baker Library, Bloomberg Center, HBS

Beyond Cambridge: Two Centuries of Harvard Law School Faculty Work in and on Africa
Through April 27
Caspersen Room, Harvard Law School Library

Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach (1714–1788): The Intellectual and Musical Life and Legacy of an Original-Genius
Through April 5
Edison and Newman Room, Houghton Library

Editing C.P.E. Bach’s Complete Works
Through April 5
Richard F. French Gallery, Eda Kuhn Loeb Music Library

It Changed My Life: The Feminine Mystique at 50
Through February 6
First Floor, Schlesinger Library

Not So True North: Early Mapping of the Arctic
Through February 28
Map Gallery Hall, Pusey Library
 

Workshops

Webinar: Exploring Common Spaces
January 21
Room 020, 90 Mt. Auburn

Zotero for Historical/Archival Research
January 22
Radcliffe Room, Schlesinger Library

EndNote Essentials
January 23
Room 403, Countway Library

Japanese Media
January 23
CGIS South, Rm 050

RefWorks Citation Management
January 23
Room 310, Lamont Library

PubMed: Saving Time with Tools and Technology
January 29
Room 212, Kresge Building

PubMed: Learn to Search Like an Expert
February 5
Room 204, Kresge Building

Life in the Margins: Practices of Learned Annotation in Early Modern Europe
February 6
Seminar Room, Houghton Library

Thinking with Your Eyes: Visualizing the Arts, Humanities and Sciences
February 27-28
Radcliffe Gym


Discussions/Presentations

Student Training Discussion Group
January 23
Room 021, 90 Mt. Auburn

Data Scientist Training for Librarians Tells All
January 29
Forum Room, Lamont Library

Renaissance Humanists and the Study of Manuscripts
February 3
Edison and Newman Room, Houghton Library

The New DRS: Migration Meeting
February 5
Forum Room, Lamont Library

How Can the Wife Submit? African Families Negotiate Gender and Slavery in New England
February 13
Schlesinger Library


Screenings

The Complete Andrei Tarkovsky
January 17-Feburary 2
Harvard Film Archive, 24 Quincy St.

Late Huston
January 18-March 31
Harvard Film Archive, 24 Quincy St.

True-Hearted Vixens
February 5
Radcliffe Room, Schlesinger Library

See all Library events here.