Monday, November 28, 2011

Iraqi Women’s Rights lecture coming soon!

Nadje Al-Ali
Lecture: Iraqi Women’s Rights, Gender-Based Violence and the Occupation of Iraq
by Nadje Al-Ali

Monday, December 5 at 4 p.m.
College Union Building, 260

Nadje Al-Ali has written extensively on women and the gender-based effects of political repression, human rights violations, military action, sanctions and occupation on women in Iraq and Iraqi women abroad. An anthropologist of German-Iraqi origin, Al-Ali is the author of numerous books. Her most recent titles include Women and War in the Middle East: Transnational Perspectives (co-editor, Zed Books, 2009) and What Kind of Liberation? Women and the Occupation in Iraq (co-author, University of California Press, 2009) and Iraqi Women: Untold Stories from 1948 to the Present (2007, Zed Books). She is Professor of Gender Studies and Chair of the Centre for Gender Studies, at University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies. A book signing will follow the lecture.

This lecture is part of Conflict and Resistance in the Middle East, a reading, film, and lecture series focused on life during conflict in the Middle East. All events are free and open to the public.

Register for this event.
Learn more about the Conflict and Resistance in the Middle East learning series.

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving!

Hopefully you will be spending the Thanksgiving holiday relaxing with family and friends, and re-energizing before returning for the final days of the Fall semester.

But, if you're taking some time to catch up or get ahead on your research, remember that you can still access most library resources from anywhere you have an Internet connection.

Use the research guides or A-Z database list to access library databases, and simply enter your Gettysburg network login information when prompted.

Need citation help while you're away? Check out our online citation resources, including citation formatters like SourceAid.

Photo by Road Fun.



Have a happy Thanksgiving!

Monday, November 07, 2011

BookScan Station

You can try the scanner outside the Browsing Room
Have you noticed the new scanner by the Browsing Room? Musselman Library is trying out a BookScan station until mid-November, and we want to have your feedback. Let us know if you think we should by a machine for the library.

Rather than photocopying a journal article or class notes, help us test it out. Yo can use the scanner and its touchscreen monitor to quickly scan documents and then save them as a PDF to your USB drive or as an attachment (a helpful way to share an article with classmate during a group assignment!).

Please use our comment form to share your thoughts. You can also fill out the paper form next to the scanner.