News & Events

  • Sam Gladding Writing Experience 2023

    Sam Gladding Writing Experience 2023 This spring semester, Special Collections & Archives and the ZSR Library will be hosting the Sam Gladding Writing Experience. This event brings a scholar(s)/writer(s)-in-residence to campus and facilitates interactions between the writer(s) and students, staff, and faculty. The event culminates in a weekend of guided/facilitated writing for students, staff, and […]

  • SCA Deacs Day of Giving 2023 Recap

    Deacs Day of Giving 2023 is in the books and we are so grateful for the generosity of our supporters! In 24 hours, we raised $1,880 from 19 supporters – wow. Over the last year, supporters like you allowed us to reach more people than ever with our programming and outreach, student instruction, and collections […]

  • Special Event with Celeste Ng

    This event is now full. If you’d like to be added to the waitlist, please email Join us for a “book club” with New York Times bestselling author Celeste Ng on Friday, September 22! Participants in this small-group session will have a chance to talk in person with the author of Everything I Never […]

  • Why Private Philanthropy is Important in Supporting the Arts and Humanities: A Conversation

    Join us for a wide-ranging conversation between Jennifer Finkel, Acquavella Curator of Wake Forest’s Art Collections, and SCA donor/documentary photographer Houck Medford concerning the role of philanthropy in supporting the arts and humanities. 4:30-5:15: Reception, Special Collections & Archives Research Room (Room 625) featuring More Than Meets the Eye: Alternative Photographic Processes Featuring photographs from […]

  • The Mummy’s Curse!

    One hundred and one years ago the world’s most famous mummy, King Tutankhamun of Egypt, was unearthed from the tomb where he had spent more than 3,000 years. So our Halloween event this year celebrates all things mummy! Join us in ZSR Library Special Collections & Archives for mummy-themed snacks, trivia, prizes, and some helpful […]

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