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Special Events in Feinberg Library

All events held in the third-floor Reading Room, unless otherwise noted.

 

Believe It or Not! series for Spring 2014

Believe It or Not! feature topics that are both entertaining and thought-provoking. All events will take place in Feinberg’s third-floor Reading Room. Open to the public.

February 11 at 5 pm
Believe It or Not!
Everything I Learned About Research I Learned from a Wiener Dog   
Curt Gervich, Assistant Professor, Earth & Environmental Science

March 4 at 5 pm
Believe It or Not! 
In the Middle Ages, You Were Buried Alive
Karen Blough, Professor of Art

April 1 at 5 pm
Believe It or Not!
Scholastic Sports Must Die
Luke Cyphers, Assistant Professor, Journalism & Public Relations

 

Word Thursdays for Spring 2014

This Feinberg Library series features local writers giving readings of their published works and leading conversations about poetry and fiction. All events will take place in the Feinberg Library Reading Room. They are open to the public. Audience members will be invited to read from their own works in an Open Mic session at each event. Refreshments will be served.

February 20 at 5 pm
Student Poetry Open Mic
All students are invited to come and share their work.

March 6 at 5 pm
George Davis
Author, reading from his forthcoming work, 40x41: Digital Ditties, Doodles & Detritus.
Plus Open Mic

April 17 at 5 pm
J.L. Torres, Professor of English
Author of The Accidental Native, reading from his forthcoming collection,
Boricua Passport. Plus Open Mic

 

Days of Remembrance - Holocaust Memorial

Thursday, April 24, 5 pm
The Douglas and Evelyn Skopp Holocaust Memorial Gallery
Feinberg Library, level two (near Kent Gallery)

PROGRAM:

The Politics of Paranoia
Cami Riviezzo in the role of Zillah Katz
From A Bright Room Called Day by Tony Kushner
Directed by Kim Hartshorn, Theatre Department

Welcome
Jonathan R. Slater
Department of Journalism and Public Relations

The Inescapable Legacy of the Holocaust
Freda Ginsberg, Counselor Education Program

 

Observations
Rachel Gallagher, SUNY Plattsburgh Hillel

Reflection
Rabbi Kari Hofmaister Tuling, Temple Beth Israel

Hic Domus Dei Est et Portae Coelis
(This is the House of God, and These are the Gates of Heaven)
Nina Tendy in the role of Annabella Gotchling
From a Bright Room Called Day by Tony Kushner
Directed by Kim Hartshorn

 

 

Learn about Feinberg Library Special Events

For more information, please contact:

Cerise Oberman, Distinguished Librarian
SUNY Plattsburgh / Feinberg Library
2 Draper Avenue, Plattsburgh, NY 12901
Phone: (518) 564-5184
E-mail: obermacg@plattsburgh.edu