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  • Ukraine: Reflections from Home and Abroad

    Roger Williams University Library & Scholars at Risk present a virtual conversation with Liz Shchepetylnykova and Olena Tanchyk, two Ukrainian scholars who will share their experiences of living in

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    The Bermont Fellowship in Fiction and Nonfiction

    Established with a generous gift from the Bermont family and in partnership with the Anthony Quinn Foundation, the Fellowship in Fiction and Nonfiction provides promising students with a unique and

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    Equitea Book & Media Club Meets Virtually Feb. 9

    RWU's Equitea Book & Media Club is an opportunity for students, staff, faculty, and alumni to connect, learn and engage. We will explore various elements of diversity, equity, and inclusion through a

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    Talking in the Library: Michael Klein

    The Mary Tefft White Cultural Center Lecture Series presents The Voice of Poetry in Poems and Prose: A Reading and Conversation with poet and nonfiction writer, Michael Klein, Wednesday, November 10

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    Equitea Book & Media Club

    RWU's Equitea Book & Media Club is an opportunity for students, staff, faculty, and alumni to connect, learn, and engage. We will explore various elements of diversity, equity, and inclusion through a

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    Talking in the Library: Scholastique Mukasonga

    Join us for On Mourning and Exile: Looking Back at Rwanda, a reading and conversation with author Scholastique Mukasonga and Dr. Timothy Longman, Director of the Institute on Culture, Religion, and

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    RWU Library Makerspace

    Have you heard about the new Makerspace in the University Library? Located on the first floor next to the Student Accessibility Offices and the west facing windows, the Makerspace is open Monday

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    Talking in the Library: Sarah Schulman

    Novelist, playwright, and nonfiction writer Sarah Schulman will discuss her recent book, Let the Record Show: A Political History of ACT UP, New York, 1987-1993, on September 28, 2021 at 7:00 pm via