Friends of SMU Libraries and DeGolyer Library host a lecture and book signing event for Our Stories: Black Families in Early Dallas, featuring co-editor Judith Garrett Segura. Our Stories: Black Families in Early Dallas combines carefully chosen excerpts from two publications by the late Dr. Mamie McKnight’s organization, Black Dallas Remembered. Through the excerpts chosen by editors George…Continue Reading Our Stories: Black Families in Early Dallas featuring co-editor Judith Garrett Segura
Celebrate AAPI Heritage Month with SMU Libraries!
In partnership with the SMU Association of Asian and Pacific American Scholars and Allies (AAPASA), we encourage SMU students, faculty and staff to celebrate Asian American/Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month by learning more about the AAPI community. Here are a few ways to do so: Read a book Contemporary Asian America includes essays on Asian…Continue Reading Celebrate AAPI Heritage Month with SMU Libraries!
All New Data-Focused Workshops Series
“Data Isn’t Scary” Workshop Series Due to the popularity of Love Data Week, our February workshop series, SMU Libraries is happy to introduce our fall series, Data Isn’t Scary. Just in time for Halloween, this series serves as an introduction to data and research data management for anyone curious about what research data is, and…Continue Reading All New Data-Focused Workshops Series
Fall ’21 Workshop Schedule
SMU Libraries is committed to making your time here a success! Throughout the semester we offer live and virtual workshops on topics designed to support your research needs. Seats are limited; register now! Find details and registration information for all our workshops. General Research Conducting a Literature Review Finding Balanced News in a Biased World…Continue Reading Fall ’21 Workshop Schedule
Vote 2020 – It’s Just Two Steps: Register and Vote!
With the upcoming presidential and congressional election on November 3, 2020, it’s an ideal moment to reflect on past elections at Southern Methodist University. During the late 1960s, college and university students across the country and at SMU protested against the Vietnam War. At that time, anyone under 21 could not vote, and on campuses,…Continue Reading Vote 2020 – It’s Just Two Steps: Register and Vote!
SMU Libraries’ 2nd Annual Digital Humanities Research Institute
Join DHRI@SMU, August 10-13, 2020. Apply now, applications are due July 31 Digital humanities (DH) answers humanities questions with computational methods. DHRI@SMU offers intensive training in DH tools and skills. We focus both the digital and the humanities. We also explore the collaborative, interdisciplinary nature of DH work. Though circumstances are uncertain, we remain committed…Continue Reading SMU Libraries’ 2nd Annual Digital Humanities Research Institute
Immerse Yourself in the Digital Humanities!
SMU Libraries premieres the Digital Humanities Research Institute. Join DHRI@SMU, August 19-22, 2019. Apply now, applications are due April 22. Digital humanities (DH) uses computational methods and tools to address humanities questions.What is a good way of getting started in the digital humanities? Bootcamps! DHRI@SMU offers intensive training in digital tools and skills.We will give…Continue Reading Immerse Yourself in the Digital Humanities!