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"
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- Have read the latest research on UR Scholarship lately?
- Get ready for another Visible Scholar program, coming up on November 1!
- Did you know that Boatwright has a YouTube channel?
- Time for the last presidential debate! View in the library at 9 pm!
- Choose a table on B1 with a view of the lake!
- Lots of whiteboard activity in Boatwright as we hit mid-semester!
- Another great e-resource of the week!
- In the words of NPR, scientists have discovered a new spidey sense. This research explains partly why recent Boatwright Memorial Library renovations created a larger quiet study zone. #mascotmonday #spiderpride
- Need help with statistics? Samantha is ready to help!
- Beautiful day to do some studying on Boatwright Library's patio!
- Betty Dickie - visit her in the Rare Book Room!
- Have a great Fall Break! If you're on campus, please note Boatwright's Fall Break hours.
- Have a great Fall Break! Check out our library hours below.
- Need help finding your way around Boatwright?
- Another great resource from Boatwright Library!
- Boatwright's White Board of the Week!
- Did you know you can view over 8,000 papers on UR Scholarship, featuring faculty and student research at the University of Richmond.
- Need a silent space for mid-term exams?
- Have a question about our collections? Curious about something in the Rare Book Room? Today is #AskAnArchivist Day! Ask your question here or tweet us at @BoatwrightInfo with #AskAnArchivist, our archivists are on stand-by!
Boatwright on Twitter
- 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
- #TriviaTuesday Question: In which campus building was the large canvas photograph hanging in the library's admin su… https://t.co/VxJ5Zqz8Xx
- Featured Music Library Resource: https://t.co/ahs6cWNu0O Met Opera on Demand allows access to more than 550 full… https://t.co/85Ovp95uYV
- RT @lmcculle: Listen to Dr. Mari Lee Mifusd on Podcasts@Boatright! https://t.co/so27Wr8nCx
- Thanks for tuning in to our #AskAnArchivist day feed for Archives Month! Please contact us directly with any other… https://t.co/oWka3fPJfR
- Our oldest manuscript item is a hand-crafted German devotional book, dating between 1471-1512 #AskAnArchivist https://t.co/OY854lOpVp
- New project - Examining Race & Racism @ UR See https://t.co/V8bDehZw2T "Expanding the Ivory Tower" podcasts & dig archive #AskAnArchivist
- In addition to archives & rare books, we have a working Book Arts Studio, too, for binding, letterpress printing, e… https://t.co/hXqe6CFYwM
- The day Special K went to Congress! See more from Congressman Abbitt's collection at https://t.co/FrLy5EFI69… https://t.co/8phzH8Yoer
- One current archival project is processing the Rev. & Mrs. Wyatt Tee Walker Civil Rights collection, shown here w/… https://t.co/y9PRwYG1dL
- Newest addn. to our historic children's literature collection? A 1945 Fr. ed. Charles Perrault's fairy tales illus.… https://t.co/xZOGdkeUEi
- Love marginalia & discovering traces of past readers? Check out the doodles on one of our incunabula leaves from 14… https://t.co/WU2BCLuGHD
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Podcasts @ Boatwright
- 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 →
- N. Elizabeth Schlatter and Kenta Murakami – Faculty/Student Interview
Elizabeth Schlatter, Deputy Director and Curator of Exhibitions and Kenta Murakami (’15, art history major), a student curatorial assistant for the University of Richmond Museums discuss the art exhibition, Anti-Grand: Contemporary Perspectives on Landscape. The exhibition features 24 contemporary, international … Continue reading →
- Dr. Miriam McCormick – Faculty Author Interview
Dr. Miriam McCormick, Associate Professor of Philosophy and Philosophy, Politics, Economics and Law discusses her new book, Believing Against the Evidence: Agency and the Ethics of Belief published recently by Routledge. In this book, Dr. McCormick argues that the standards used … Continue reading →
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