Current Library Hours
- Sunday11 a.m. - 1 a.m.
- Monday-Thursday8 a.m. - 1 a.m.
- Friday8 a.m. - 7 p.m.
- Saturday10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
News & Releases
University of Richmond Digital Scholarship Lab unveils new, highly sought-after mapping project about redlining
The Visible Scholar: Dr. Kristin Bezio speaks on "What William Shakespeare Would Have Thought of Brexit"
Boatwright on Facebook
- Need a quiet zone in Boatwright?
- Chris Kemp, Head of Discovery, Technology and Publishing -- Celebrating 16 years at Boatwright!
- The University Libraries honor Dr. Martin Luther King today! The library holds his published papers and many other documents about him in our collections. Just search: librarycat.richmond.edu
- Listen while you walk, run or jog!
- Time for another Whiteboard of the Week at Boatwright!
- Discover Kanopy -- a streaming film service from the Libraries!
- Discover the latest publications by faculty in UR Scholarship! This article is by Dr. Patricia Herrera in Theatre and Dance.
- Have you tried the Collaborative Study area this semester?
- Welcome Back to Boatwright for Spring 2017! Our 24/7 hours start again tonight on the 1st and 2nd floors.
- Lit Maxwell -- Celebrating 45 years @Boatwright!
- Boatwright Memorial Library staff compiled a list of holiday music favorites from University of Richmond faculty, staff, and students. If you need inspiration for a holiday playlist that’s guaranteed to please, here’s part one of the Spider Sounds Holiday Series from Parsons Music Library. Check back for part two tomorrow! #spidersounds
- If you were born in 1995, then Enjoy a FREE Dinner Entrée after 5pm any day until December 30, 2016. Good for once only. Dine-in please!
- Another great resource on the library's website!
- All Levels of Boatwright Open 24/7 from December 1 - 12. You don't have to leave B1 and B2 after 1 a.m.!
- De-stress @ Boatwright! Starting Dec. 1, stop by for coloring, candy and games!
- Whiteboard work is very busy in Boatwright this week!
- Attend the last international film of the semester -- Everybody Leaves
- With papers and projects due, check our an individual study room on the 2nd floor of Boatwright!
Boatwright on Twitter
- RT @lmcculle: Column: Can librarians help solve the fake news problem? https://t.co/b18cdiUwKY via @NewsHour
- Take a look at what #music the @urichmond has recommended in the #SpiderSounds column on @ParsonsMusLib's blog:… https://t.co/H6n8BtK32U
- RT @ParsonsMusLib: Here's pt 2 of our #holiday #music extravaganza on our blog: https://t.co/BfppyOPAXb See any of your favorites? @urichm…
- RT @ParsonsMusLib: Here comes pt 1 of a 2 pt #holiday extravaganza on our blog: https://t.co/BfppyOPAXb #HolidayMusic @urichmond @Boatwrig…
- RT @ParsonsMusLib: Featured Resource: #GroveMusicOnline - a great starting off point for your research into classical and jazz: https://t.c…
- Take a break at Boatwright! Coloring, Candy & Games coming on December 1!
- Featured resource: The UCSB Cylinder Audio Archive: https://t.co/jyUlhepgch Before MP3s, CDs , LPs etc came cylinde… https://t.co/6m98r087hD
- RT @ParsonsMusLib: Featured Music Library Resource: @medicitv HD streaming of classical concerts, operas, ballets & live performances:htt…
- RT @AULibrary: .@AUemployees Learn about @lmcculle's strategies for how universities can integrate faculty scholarship on campus https://t.…
- Did you know that @ParsonsMusLib has books and other resouces for #dance like the one below? https://t.co/yA76DExSEM
- Visit @ParsonsMusLib & check out our exhibit about music & presidential campaigns! #Election2016 #music… https://t.co/4fMxMGxPfL
- RT @lmcculle: Five GIS Projects That Are Changing The Way We Understand Racism https://t.co/pQjAoLEcyg
- Browse & borrow from the #BlackLivesMatter display on the 2nd floor of Boatwright Library. Full readings lists at… https://t.co/ouUjOcQAW4
- RT @URNews2Use: Digital Scholarship Lab's @HOLCRedlining maps on redlining across America https://t.co/fDkQyhMPBW @urichmond @BoatwrightInf…
- Mark your calendar for The Visible Scholar on Nov. 1! https://t.co/0DLWdT96hc
- It's a beautiful day to admire the changing leaves by the tower - it might not feel like fall, but it's starting to… https://t.co/etbDkoSaKg
- RT @ParsonsMusLib: Today's edition of #SpiderSounds features @boniver's second album. Check it out on our blog: https://t.co/Z1mMYfwf58 #i…
- RT @ParsonsMusLib: Bob Dylan wins the #NobelLiteraturePrize : https://t.co/Lm88l3KDVp
- Featured Music Library Resource: https://t.co/t6vcVd1C6i - archive of rock journalism from Abba to Zappa… https://t.co/czrpGvTrUQ
- Check out our whiteboard of the week @ Boatwright! https://t.co/nEckGVC1N1
Podcasts @ Boatwright
- Dr. Daryl Cumber Dance – Faculty Author Interview
Dr. Daryl Cumber Dance, Professor of English Emerita, discusses her new book, In Search of Annie Drew: Jamaica Kincaid’s Mother and Muse, published recently by the University of Virginia Press. In this provocative new book, Daryl Dance argues that everything … Continue reading →
- Dr. Christopher von Rueden – Faculty Author Interview
Dr. Christopher von Rueden, an anthropologist and Assistant Professor in the Jepson School of Leadership Studies, discusses a recent article entitled, “Men’s status and reproductive success in 33 non-industrial societies: Effects of subsistence, marriage system, and reproductive strategy,” which he … Continue reading →
- Dr. Yvonne Howell – Faculty Author Interview
Dr. Yvonne Howell, Professor of Russian and International Studies, discusses her edited collection, Red Star Tales : A Century of Russian and Soviet Science Fiction, published recently by Russian Life Books. Red Star Tales brings together 18 Russian science fiction … Continue reading →
- Dr. Mari Lee Mifsud – Faculty Author Interview
Dr. Mari Lee Mifsud, Professor of Rhetoric and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, discusses her new book, Rhetoric and the Gift: Ancient Rhetorical Theory and Contemporary Communication, published recently by Duquesne University Press. Rhetoric and the Gift, taking as its … Continue reading →
- Dr. Monika Siebert – Faculty Author Interview
Dr. Monika Siebert, Professor of English, discusses her new book, Indians Playing Indian: Multiculturalism and Contemporary Indigenous Art in North America, published recently by the University of Alabama Press. Indians Playing Indian explores the phenomenon of multicultural misrecognition of American Indians, … Continue reading →
- Dr. Kevin Pelletier – Faculty Author Interview
Dr. Kevin Pelletier, Associate Professor of English, discusses his new book, Apocalyptic Sentimentalism: Love and Fear in US Antebellum Literature, published recently by the University of Georgia Press. The book provides powerful insights into the relationship between nineteenth-century sentimentality, religious … Continue reading →
- Dr. Timothy Barney – Faculty Author Interview
Dr. Tim Barney, Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Communication Studies, discusses his new book, Mapping the Cold War: Cartography and the Framing of America’s International Power, published recently by the University of North Carolina Press. In this fascinating history of … Continue reading →
- Dr. Bert Ashe – Faculty Author Interview
Dr. Bert Ashe, Associate Professor of English, is the author of a new book, Twisted: My Dreadlock Chronicles, published recently by Agate Press. Twisted explores issues of black male identity, black vernacular culture, and black hair by narrating the journey … Continue reading →
- Dr. Melissa Ooten – Faculty Author Interview
Dr. Melissa Ooten, Associate Director for the WILL Program, is the author of a new book, Race, Gender, and Film Censorship in Virginia, 1922-1965, published recently by Lexington Books. This book chronicles the history of movie censorship in Virginia from the … Continue reading →
- Dr. Jennifer Bowie – Faculty Author Interview
Dr. Jennifer Bowie, Assistant Professor of Political Science, is the co-author of a new book, The View from the Bench and Chambers: Examining Judicial Process and Decision Making on the U.S. Courts of Appeals, published recently by the University of … Continue reading →