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
Children's author and illustrator Jason Chin to speak at the University of Richmond about his creative process and science literacy
Matthew Desmond, nationally-renowned author and affordable housing advocate, to speak at University of Richmond Feb. 1
Education technology expert Audrey Watters to lecture at University of Richmond on the use of student data in today's political landscape
Boatwright on Facebook
- Listen to an audiobook today!
- Another great film from Kanopy....
- Whiteboard activity is going strong in Boatwright!
- Check out your sources -- fact or opinion?
- The international film series presents Persepolis this weekend!
- Find the latest fiction and non-fiction on One Click Digital!
- Need Quiet Study? Try out B1 and B2!
- Is your source reliable? Are there footnotes?
- Digitalia - films from around the world!
- Lucretia McCulley -- Celebrating 30 years @ Boatwright!
- Back to work this week in Boatwright! Another great whiteboard by our students.
- More streaming resources from SWANK...
- Check out our faculty's work on UR Scholarship!
- Download a good audio book for spring break!
- More hints on evaluating your sources!
- Silent Study may be popular this week with mid-terms!
- Lots of great work going on in Boatwright before spring break begins!
- Faculty research from UR Scholarship Repository!
Boatwright on Twitter
- Looking forward to Tressie M. Cottom's visit to UR on March 27!https://t.co/oy0ne4kFU7
- Don't forget to stop by @ParsonsMusLib to see our #riotgrrrl display for #WomensHistoryMonth - now through April 7t… https://t.co/kIWz4DZ48H
- Undergraduate researchers report only moderate knowledge of scholarly communication: they must be offered more supp… https://t.co/bWCpFhhuHs
- New blog post about CDs recently added to @ParsonsMusLib collection: https://t.co/kRAt294mqV https://t.co/NY6Js1Ffd6
- Discover new music with https://t.co/VHnCLgRTPp : access recordings & score videos by modern composers @incipitsify… https://t.co/TrPg7mhK9u
- Calling all Seniors! Do you have a personal book collection? Would you like to win $1000? Submit your nomination by… https://t.co/W2BIBN1jJ7
- Stop by Boatwright on Feb. 14 for our Valentine Makerspace! https://t.co/KoTQDmVsf6
- RT @ParsonsMusLib: Explore student & faculty work @ UR Scholarship Repository - like a collection on gender & sexual politics in opera: htt…
- Looking for public domain music scores for study? 1 resource to try is this digital collection:… https://t.co/yPfJY0FtMc
- Very inspiring Peple Lecture on Evicted by Matthew Desmond last night! https://t.co/kDFFIbtIOJ
- Featured Music Library Resource -- Music Online: Classical Scores Library https://t.co/8XxbGLhy8h Scores & manuscr… https://t.co/J82HHvz3sN
- RT @ParsonsMusLib: Happy 261st birthday to #Mozart, born January 27, 1756 in Salzburg. Check out some of our many resources about him: http…
- RT @ParsonsMusLib: A good #Mozart quote for you: https://t.co/Vzofw8DLjf
- Our newest display, highlighting the #1000blackgirlsbooks campaign by @iammarleydias, is now up in the 2nd floor si… https://t.co/w01qQNjZ3a
- The Wyatt T. Walker collection in Boatwright Library is featured in UR Magazine! https://t.co/SnBHBFmoIi
- Stop by and view all the whiteboard work @ Boatwright! https://t.co/QBKfLCUAuT
- Hidden Figures: Librarians | GradHacker https://t.co/iD0LAWA23n
- 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…
Podcasts @ Boatwright
- Dr. Kasongo Kapanga: Faculty Author Interview
Dr. Kasongo Kapanga, Professor of French, discusses his new book, The Writing of the Nation: Expressing Identity through Congolese Literary Texts and Films, published recently by the Africa World Press. The book is the study of literary texts and films seen … Continue reading →
- 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 →