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Robert W. Woodruff Tribute Video

Robert W. Woodruff Tribute Video

A View from the Top, a video created to celebrate the life and business goals of Robert W. Woodruff. Video highlights several of Woodruff’s guiding business philosophies and the role they played on his decision making….

Rev. Bernard LaFayette Jr. talks about In Peace and Freedom: My Journey to Selma

Rev. Bernard LaFayette Jr. talks about In Peace and Freedom: My Journey to Selma

On December 3, 2013, the Rev. Bernard LaFayette Jr. shared his experiences on the front lines of the modern civil rights movement and discussed his new book at Emory University at the Robert W. Woodruff Library. LaFayette, distinguished senior scholar in residence at Emory University’s Candler Schoo…

Atlanta Intersection: Longtime Atlanta LGBT community activist Jesse Peel

Atlanta Intersection: Longtime Atlanta LGBT community activist Jesse Peel

On April 8, 2014, longtime Atlanta LGBT community activist Jesse Peel was the guest in the Atlanta Intersections series at Emory University’s Robert W. Woodruff Library. Randy Gue, curator of modern political and historical collections at Emory’s Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library (MARBL), …

Getting help at Woodruff Library

Getting help at Woodruff Library

Created 2011: The Libraries of Emory University include the Robert W. Woodruff Library and libraries for health sciences, law, theology, business, and Oxford College. Holdings total approximately 3.7 million volumes. The Libraries also provide access to thousands of electronic information resources,…

HBCU Digital Toolkit - Selecting Materials for Digitization

HBCU Digital Toolkit – Selecting Materials for Digitization

Andrea Jackson, Archivist at the Robert W. Woodruff Library of the Atlanta University Center explains how RWWL selected documents for the HBCU digital collection….

Creativity Conversation: Natasha Trethewey & Rosemary Magee

Creativity Conversation: Natasha Trethewey & Rosemary Magee

Filmed October 8, 2012. Natasha Trethewey, U.S. Poet Laureate, and Rosemary Magee, newly appointed director of Emory’s Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library (MARBL) in a Creativity Conversation examining the creative process and poetry’s special role in public and private spaces. Trethewey is …

Dorothy Cotton, lecture for the SCLC: And the Struggle Continues

Dorothy Cotton, lecture for the SCLC: And the Struggle Continues

The exhibition featuring materials from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) archive opened Thursday, Feb. 21, 2013 at Emory University’s Robert W. Woodruff Library. Titled And the Struggle Continues: The Southern Christian Leadership Conference’s Fight for Social Change, the display …

Aspen Words Presents: Natasha Trethewey at Winter Words 2014

Aspen Words Presents: Natasha Trethewey at Winter Words 2014

Natasha Trethewey is the author of four collections of poetry: Domestic Work, Bellocq s Ophelia, Native Guard for which she was awarded the Pulitzer Prize and, most recently, Thrall. She has published one work of nonfiction, Beyond Katrina: A Meditation on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. The US Poet Lau…

Woodruff Library: library tour by Seth Green'12

Woodruff Library: library tour by Seth Green’12

We asked senior, Seth Green’12 to give a tour to prospective and new students to Emory of the Woodruff Library. The Woodruff Library was voted the 1 best place to study and best place to hang out by the Wheel, a student newspaper. The Princeton Review ranks the Woodruff Library as the 9th best colle…

The Power with Robert Woodruff Own Nothing, Control Everything

The Power with Robert Woodruff Own Nothing, Control Everything

Get the Power out of Your Power of Attorney. THE POWER Learn how to control assets without the need for ownership. The single-most powerful strategy in real estate today created by real estate mogul and national speaker Robert Woodruff…

Inspiring Librarians (an HBCU Library Alliance Exchange Program project)

Inspiring Librarians (an HBCU Library Alliance Exchange Program project)

A look at the importance of recruiting and mentoring to increase diversity in librarianship featuring testimonials from library professionals and students.

Created by Jordan Moore of the Atlanta University Center Robert W. Woodruff Library.
Produced at Inman E. Page Library at Linco…

4 Gauge Winchester Wildfowler - The Gun Vault 8 - Cody Firearms Museum

4 Gauge Winchester Wildfowler – The Gun Vault 8 – Cody Firearms Museum

Ashley Hlebinsky, the Robert W. Woodruff Curator at the Cody Firearms Museum, shows us a monstrous 4 gauge Winchester Wildfowler shotgun weighing in at a whopping 19 pounds.

The Cody Firearms Museum, including its research library, is one of five major museums at the Buffalo Bill Center o…

Atlanta Intersections: Susannah Darrow, Burnaway

Atlanta Intersections: Susannah Darrow, Burnaway

Susannah Darrow, executive director and co-founder of Atlanta-based arts organization Burnaway, was the guest in the Atlanta Intersections conversation series at Emory University’s Robert W. Woodruff Library. Darrow joined in conversation with series director Randy Gue, curator of modern political a…

Alice Walker on exhibition of her archives: A Keeping of Records

Alice Walker on exhibition of her archives: A Keeping of Records

Alice Walker shares her feelings about a new exhibition of selected items from her archives housed at Emory University. A Keeping of Records: the Art and Life of Alice Walker is open to the public at the Schatten Gallery in the Robert W. Woodruff Library at Emory. Professor Rudolph P. Byrd served as…

Conversation with Walter B. Reeves, anti hate-group organizer

Conversation with Walter B. Reeves, anti hate-group organizer

The archive of Neighbors Network a citizens’ watchdog organization that monitored the activity of the Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazi skinheads and other hate groups in metro Atlanta and other nearby areas is now open to researchers and the public at Emory University’s Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Lib…

Winchester 1873 Found in Great Basin National Park: The Gun Vault 1 - Cody Firearms Museum

Winchester 1873 Found in Great Basin National Park: The Gun Vault 1 – Cody Firearms Museum

Ashley Hlebinsky, the Robert W. Woodruff Curator at the Cody Firearms Museum, share’s a close up look at the recently famed Great Basin Gun -a Winchester Model 1873 found leaning mysteriously against a tree in the Great Basin National Park. Ashley and her team of curators at the Cody Firearms Museum…

2016: AUC Woodruff Library Award Ceremony

2016: AUC Woodruff Library Award Ceremony

Revolutionary Readings, The Story: Brandon Monokian at TEDxYouth PrincetonLibrary

Revolutionary Readings, The Story: Brandon Monokian at TEDxYouth PrincetonLibrary

When Brandon Monokian discovered that his high school and local library had banned Revolutionary Voices by Amy Sonnie for sexual content but left The Joy of Sex he decides that something more than a ‘strongly worded letter to the editor’ is needed.

Brandon Monokian was recently named one …

Foundations Class 2 Library Homepage and Libguides

Foundations Class 2 Library Homepage and Libguides

Tutorial on how to use the Homepage and Libguides at Robert W. Woodruff Library, AUC…