Below are News items in the category of Lectures & Talks

Digitize, Democratize: Libraries and the Future of Books May 3, 5pm, HSSB 6020

A talk by Robert Darnton (Director of the University Library, Harvard)on the Digital Public Library of America.

MIL Head to Discuss Chinese Research

Jon Jablonski, head of MIL since 2010, will present results of research conducted in Wuhan China on May 8.

Moby-Duck Author, Donovan Hohn, to Speak on Campus (March 5)

The author of this year's UCSB Reads book will give a free lecture on Monday, March 5, 2012.

UCSB Affiliates Lecture to Highlight UCSB Library's Special Collections

The Library's Dept. of Special Collections collects, maintains, and preserves the campus libraries' most valuable, rare, and unique materials. The UCSB Affiliates lecture on Wednesday will address some of these collections.

Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr. to Visit the Campus

Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr. will visit the UCSB campus February 8-10. Kennedy’s visit will include a public lecture and two days of working in the Art Department Printing Studio.

Animating the Archive: Emerging Forms of Scholarly Publishing (Open Access Week Event - November 9)

Tara McPherson (USC) will be giving a talk on November 9 as part of Open Access Week and the IHC’s Public Goods series.

UCSB Library Celebrates Open Access Week

Open Access Week focuses on the movement to make scholarly publications accessible to everyone. Join us at our Open Access Week events.

The Fog of Freedom: Liberation and Lock-in in the Age of the Internet (Open Access Week Event - October 27)

Christopher Kelty (UCLA) will be giving a talk as part of Open Access Week (October 24-30) and the IHC’s Public Goods series.

Framing the Word: The Making of the Modern Bible, c. 1250-1611

Twenty-seven rare books and manuscripts from the 13th through 17th centuries trace the history of the modern Bible, from its beginnings as a series of partial manuscripts to the single volume format that exists today.

Come Together: Interethnic Collaborations for Equity and Social Change in the 1970s

This exhibition features selected 1970s vintage posters by San Francisco Bay Area activist artists who represent a spirit of cultural diversity, social equity/social change, and international human rights from various perspectives.