Calendar of Upcoming Events

Wednesday, February 13, 2013 Through Wednesday, March 13, 2013

May 31 2016

UNCG alum Wiley Cash, author of A Land More Kind Than Home.

When: 2/13/2013 7:00:00 PM until 2/13/2013 8:00:00 PM
Where: Hodges Reading Room, Jackson Library 2nd Floor, UNCG Campus Contact: Barry Miller

The event is free and open to the public. A book signing will follow, and his book will be for sale.

May 31 2016

French History Illustrated: The Action Images of Job

When: 2/18/2013 4:00:00 PM until 2/18/2013 5:00:00 PM
Where: Hodges Reading Room, Jackson Library 2nd floor Contact: Barry Miller

Guest curator Robert Maloney will discuss and display the works of this fascinating artist in conjunction with the exhibit in the Hodges Reading Room from February 4 through March 14 during Special Collections’ opening hours of 9-5, Mon-Fri.

May 31 2016

FOL Book Discussion: Lady Chatterley's Lover

When: 2/25/2013 7:00:00 PM until 2/25/2013 8:30:00 PM
Where: Hodges Reading Room, Second Floor, Jackson Library

Please join the Friends of the UNCG Libraries as we discuss D. H. Lawrence's "Lady Chatterley's Lover" with Professor Keith Cushman. For more information about the program or to register, please call Kimberly Lutz at 336-256-8598 or visit our website at

May 31 2016

Schiffman Music Library Performance

When: 3/1/2013 6:00:00 PM until 3/1/2013 7:00:00 PM
Contact: Sarah Dorsey

May 31 2016

Christopher Hodgkins and Robert Whalen Present "The Digital Temple" Featuring UNCG's George Herbert Collection

When: 3/6/2013 4:00:00 PM until 3/6/2013 5:00:00 PM
Where: Hodges Reading Room, 2nd floor Jackson Library, UNCG campus Contact: Barry Miller

The "Digital Temple" brings together the primary materials essential to the study of Herbert's English verse and presents them in a user-friendly online environment. This digital edition includes complete diplomatic and normalized transcriptions of the two known manuscripts of The Temple, in addition to a copy of the 1633 first edition. The 700 pages of high-resolution scans include each document in its entirety (excepting some Latin poems in one of the manuscripts). The editors have prepared textual and technical introductions, and the documents are fully annotated. No previous edition of The Temple has included facsimiles, transcriptions, and editorial commentary. This new resource provides students and scholars with all three and adds to this the power and convenience, including comparative display and full-text searching, of a digital edition. Also on display at the event will be a copy of the 1633 first edition of The Temple featured in this new digital publication, and other editions of the same era from UNCG's George Herbert Collection.