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
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- Faculty research from UR Scholarship Repository!
- Have you visited the Collaborative Study Areas in Boatwright this week?
- Dywana Saunders -- Celebrating 25 years at Boatwright!
- Is your source popular or scholarly? What types of sources do you need?
- View films related to Black History Month on Kanopy!
- Another great white board of the week! Lots of studying going on in Boatwright!
- The University Libraries are celebrating Fair Use Week! Stop by our exhibit on the first floor of Boatwright and see how fair use can work for you.
- Have you read or listened to "Hidden Figures?"
- The University of Richmond School of Professional & Continuing Studies Graduate Education Speaker Series kicks off this Wednesday, February 22 at 5:30, with children's Author & Illustrator Jason Chin! Chin specializes in science literacy, and his lecture will focus on how he develops his picture books, including his newly released title, "Grand Canyon". This event is hosted by and in collaboration with Boatwright Memorial Library and the University of Richmond School of Arts & Sciences. It is free and open to the public. Chesterfield County Public Schools Goochland County Public Schools Hanover County Public Schools Henrico County Public Schools Richmond Public Schools Collegiate School The Steward School Richmond Montessori School St. Andrew's School
- Don't miss Modlin@Boatwright today at 3 p.m.! Please join us!
- Another e-audio book recommendation from One Click Digital!
- Check out our quiet study zone on Basement Level 1
- Have you tried our video streaming sources this semester?
- Think about your source -- who is the publisher?
- Stop by Boatwright TODAY at noon for The Visible Scholar - Dr. Jeff Harrison!
- Listen to Dr. Kasongo Kapanga discuss his new book...
- Don't miss our Valentine Makerspace today from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.!
- Working hard @Boatwright!
Boatwright on Twitter
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- 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…
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- 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
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- 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
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 →