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  • Poetry Month: A Celebration of W. B. Yeats — ZSR Special Collections & Archives will celebrate Poetry Month on Thursday, April 16 with a special Library Lecture event. In coordination with the current Special Collections exhibit, W.B. Yeats and his Books, Dr. Jeff Holdridge of the Wake Forest English Department will give a talk entitled “The Sterner Eye:  Yeats and the Inhuman.” The lecture […]

  • Martin Luther King, Jr. at Wake Forest — [O]n Thursday, October 11, 1962, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. spoke in Wait Chapel at Wake Forest College as part of the College Union Lecture Series.[i]  This was not the first time a black person had spoken on the campus, but it was the first time a black man had been invited to speak after […]

  • How does Home Movie Day work? — We’re counting down the days to the first ever Piedmont Triad Home Movie Day! How does Home Movie Day work? We’re glad you asked! The Details WHAT: 2014 Piedmont Triad Home Movie Day WHEN: Saturday, November 8, 1:00–5:00 p.m. WHERE: Z. Smith Reynolds Library Auditorium (Room 404), Wake Forest University WHO: Sponsored by Wake Forest […]

  • Wake Up The World: An Archival Journey — Special Collections & Archives is teaming up with Global Programs & Studies (GPS) to host “Wake Up The World: An Archival Journey.” This event will take place in the Special Collections & Archives Research Room (ZSR Room 625) on Thursday, October 23 from 4-5. Join us as we celebrate National Archives Month and the history […]

  • Artist’s Talk with Ken Bennett, University Photographer — Mark your calendars! Special Collections & Archives is hosting an Artist’s Talk with University Photographer Ken Bennett on Wednesday, October 15th from 4:15-5:30. As part of the “Worth a Thousand Words: Ken Bennett’s Photographs of ZSR” exhibit in Special Collections and Archives (Room 625, Z. Smith Reynolds Library), University Photographer Ken Bennett will share about his experiences documenting […]

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