Below are News items in the category of Lectures & Talks

L.A. Times Architecture Critic Christopher Hawthorne (Thu., Apr. 28, 6 pm)

L.A. Times architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne will present "The Third Los Angeles," 6 to 7:30 pm Thursday, April 28.

Next Pacific Views Speaker: Carl Gutiérrez-Jones (Tue., Apr. 12, 4 pm)

Carl Gutiérrez-Jones, Professor of English and Comparative Literature, will present "Science Fiction and Creative Self-Destruction" as part of UCSB Library's Pacific Views: Library Speaker Series, 4 pm Tuesday, April 12.

'From Tango Myth to Tango History' Lecture (Wed., April 6, 3:30 pm)

“From Tango Myth to Tango History: Listening to the Pecourt Collection” will be presented by Morgan James Luker, Assistant Professor of Music at Reed College, at 3:30 p.m. April 6 in UCSB Library’s Special Research Collections.

UCSB Reads: Montecito Public Library Panel (Wed., April 6, 6 pm)

The first UCSB Reads 2016 discussion panel at a public library will begin at 6 pm Wed., March 16 at the Carpinteria Library.

Workshop: Introduction to ArcGIS Pro

Join us February 17, 11am - 1pm in the Collaboratory for a hands-on workshop introducing Esri's newest desktop software. Seating limited!

Plagiarism Prevention Workshop Planned (Tue., Feb. 2, 3:30 pm)

The Library will co-host a Plagiarism Prevention Workshop at 3:30 pm Tuesday, Feb. 2.

On Exhibit: Modes of Codex

The UCSB Library exhibition “Modes of Codex: The Art of the Book from Medieval Fragments to Movable Type and Fine Press Printing” will be on display Jan. 28 through April 29 in Special Research Collections.

Invitation: Library Grand Opening (Wed., Jan. 13)

The UCSB Library Grand Opening Ceremony will take place Wednesday, January 13, 2016.

Library Architects to Present Lecture (Thu., Jan. 21, 5:30 pm)

Members of Pfeiffer Partners Architects, the firm that designed the renovated and expanded UCSB Library, will discuss their work during a free lecture at the Library on Thu., Jan. 21.

October Crossroads E-newsletter Available

The October issue of Crossroads, the Library's digital newsletter, is available to read online.