Category Archives: Exhibits

Year of the Faculty Exhibit at Fondren

The Not So Secret Life of the Faculty Fondren Library Center Lobby October 1 – December 31, 2014 Professors teach classes— everyone knows this—but how do they spend their time outside of that MWF 8:00am seminar? Get a glimpse into

Darwin Payne Book Signing, Sept. 18

Book signing and lecture by Professor Emeritus Darwin Payne No Small Dreams: J. Erik Jonsson—Texas Visionary Date: September 18, 2014 6 p.m. Reception 6:30 p.m. Lecture with book signing to follow Location: DeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University About the book:

New DeGolyer Exhibit: The Not So Secret Life of the Faculty

The Not So Secret Life of the Faculty DeGolyer Library Professors teach classes— everyone knows this—but how do they spend their time outside of that MWF 8:00am seminar? Get a glimpse into the roles of Southern Methodist University professors as

SMU’s Believe It Or Not! Part II – on exhibit at Fondren

SMU’s Believe It Or Not! Part II The bizarre. The strange. THE UNUSUAL. Exhibit on display: June 9 – September 22, 2014, Fondren Library Center Lobby All right here from the SMU Libraries. Spanning multiple collections (including the George W.

DeGolyer Library Exhibit – Parables of Promise: American Advertising Fiction, 1856-2014

Parables of Promise: American Advertising Fiction, 1856-2014 DeGolyer Library Exhibit About the exhibit: One could say that a piece of fiction is always selling something, such as a political idea, a belief of how the world operates or how people

DeGolyer exhibit opening March 27: Parables of Promise: American Advertising Fiction, 1856-2014

Parables of Promise: American Advertising Fiction, 1856-2014 Opening Event: Reception and talk by guest curator Marc Selvaggio Date: Thursday, March 27, 2014 Time: 6:00 reception, 6:30 lecture Place: DeGolyer Library About the exhibit One could say that a piece of

SMU Lit Fest : Then & Now – exhibit at Fondren Library Center through June 9

LitFest Then… And Now Exhibit March 17 – June 9, 2014 Fondren Library Center Lobby The first SMU Literary Festival was held in 1975 and for many years thereafter it attracted major stars of the literary world to Dallas.  John

Fold This: The Foscue Map Library – on exhibit January 13 – March 17, 2014

Fold This: The Foscue Map Library January 13, – March 17, 2014 Fondren Library Center Lobby From navigating the SMU campus to the Solar system, maps have helped us locate, learn, uncover and discover throughout time. This exhibit highlights a

JFK:50 Exhibit at Fondren Library Center

The exhibition commemorates the assassination of President Kennedy in 1963 and features items from the Cabell, Belo, Marcus and personal collections including: correspondence sent to the Mayor of Dallas in the wake of the assassination; the speech President Kennedy was

Treasures of DeGolyer Library: 100 Years of Collecting – exhibit now open

Travels in the Interior of North America …  Karl Bodmer, artist Treasures of DeGolyer Library: 100 Years of Collecting Theodore de Bry (1528-1598) Americae Pars I-XIII Frankfurt, 1590-1634 The exhibition features rare treasures from DeGolyer Library’s major collecting areas of

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