Forgot a charger? Need a pair of headphones while you study? Or a projector to practice a presentation? The Business Library has them available! Visit the SMU Libraries equipment page to view the types of equipment we offer and check their availability….Continue Reading Need Equipment?
Welcome to the Business Library!
Welcome students, new and old, to the start of Spring 2023 semester! The Business Library will be resuming its normal operations on the Lower Level of Hamon Arts Library on the 17th after the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. For information on Business Library and Kitt Center hours, please visit smu.edu/businesslibrary. And if you…Continue Reading Welcome to the Business Library!
Our Stories: Black Families in Early Dallas featuring co-editor Judith Garrett Segura
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
Research Assignment Stipend Spring 2023 Winners
Congratulations to the Research Assignment Stipend Spring 2023 Winners! Dr. Katharine Boswell, in collaboration with Social Science Research Librarian Julia Anderson, for Gender: Images & Perspectives (WGST 2322). Dr. Britta Hanson, in collaboration with Director of Hamon Arts Library Jolene de Verges, for International Film History (FILM 1266). Dr. Richard Hermes, in collaboration with Humanities…Continue Reading Research Assignment Stipend Spring 2023 Winners
Octavio Medellín: Spirit and Form at the DMA – featured in Glasstire
In the first of a two-part essay in Glasstire, Ruben C. Cordova writes about the artist, Octavio Medellín, featured in his retrospective show at the Dallas Museum of Art. Curated by the DMA’s Mark Castro, Octavio Medellín: Spirit and Form extensively features the artist’s archives from SMU Libraries Bywaters Special Collections at the Hamon Arts…Continue Reading Octavio Medellín: Spirit and Form at the DMA – featured in Glasstire
Upcoming Programing Events for Aquatic Channels – Nov. 28 and Dec. 1
In conjunction with the exhibition, Aquatic Channels: Waterways, Water Resources, Fluvial Imagination, the Hamon Arts Library hosts two programing events this week. On November 28, 5 – 6 pm, there will be a screening of artists Carolina Caycedo and David de Rozas’ fictional documentary, The Teachings of the Hands, in 5.1 surround sound on the…Continue Reading Upcoming Programing Events for Aquatic Channels – Nov. 28 and Dec. 1
Living with the Trinity River: a talk with artist Laray Polk and canoeist Charles Allen – Nov. 17, 5 – 6 pm
Please join us for the panel, Living with the Trinity River: a talk with artist Laray Polk and canoeist Charles Allen. Gabriela Paiva de Toledo, curator of the fall 2022 exhibition, Aquatic Channels in the Hawn and Pollock Galleries, will moderate this discussion. It will take place at Hamon in the Reading Room, 1st floor….Continue Reading Living with the Trinity River: a talk with artist Laray Polk and canoeist Charles Allen – Nov. 17, 5 – 6 pm
Need study space?
Have you been looking for a great place to study? The Business Library and the Hamon Arts Library have spaces available! At the Business Library, the Kitt Center is open for use! With dual-monitor computers, the Kitt is an excellent place for collaborative study. Upstairs in the Hamon Arts Library, the first floor also has…Continue Reading Need study space?
Visit the Business Library!
Remember that while Cox is undergoing its renovation, the Business Library, will be temporarily housed on the lower level of the Hamon Arts Library in the Meadows School of Art. The Kitt Investing & Trading Center is part of the Business Library relocation and we have maintained its ability to provide classes and library workshops….Continue Reading Visit the Business Library!
Aquatic Channels: Waterways, Water Resources, Fluvial Imagination opening October 29, 1 – 5 pm
Aquatic channels: waterways, water resources, fluvial imagination reflects on rivers as complex systems shaping human and non-human existence in their multiple roles as fundamental resources for sustenance of life, spaces of political dispute, sites of memory and construction of discourses about possible futures. Presenting the works of Laray Polk (Dallas, Texas), Carolina Caycedo and David…Continue Reading Aquatic Channels: Waterways, Water Resources, Fluvial Imagination opening October 29, 1 – 5 pm