You are invited!
The Friends of Burritt Library present
A CCSU SINATRA CENTENNIAL EVENT: THE TENDER TRAP
Thursday, 16 April 2015, 7:30 PM Torp Theatre, Davidson Hall
With a pre-film talk in the theatre at 7:00 PM
by Dr. Gilbert L. Gigliotti: “1955: Frank Sinatra’s Annus Mirabilis”
A reception precedes the talk at 6:30 PM in Davidson Hall 123
Free and open to the public
This exhibit is on view in the Burritt Library, 2nd floor through April 30
Please join us for a reception and a talk by Rickie Solinger, exhibit curator
Tuesday, April 14, 2015
3:15 p.m. Burritt library, 2nd floor
Event is free and open to the public
Rickie Solinger is a historian, writer, and lecturer. For this exhibit she used prints made from archival photographs found in the Library of Congress and the National Archives. These photographs illustrate the significant new freedoms African Americans claimed during the Great Depression of the 1930s.
Office of Diversity and Equity – History Department – Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program
– Committee on the Concerns of Women – Ruth Boyea Women’s Center – Elihu Burritt Library
An exhibit sponsored by the Insitute of the National Remembrance and the Polish Studies Program will be on view in the Burritt Library, 2nd floor, from March 26 – April 9th
The exhibition is about a special half-century in the history of Poland. The main theme of the exhibit is Polish fight for freedom, expressed in a form of armed struggle and political activity. Expressive photographs show Polish soldiers on various World War II fronts and the phenomenon of the Polish Underground State in the occupied country.
Reception & opening lecture: Tuesday, March 31st, 2015 at 6:30 pm, Elihu Burritt Library, 2nd Floor, CCSU
Lecture will be given by Dr. Władysław Bułhak,
Deputy Director of the Office of Public Education.
Dr. Władysław Bułhak is a member of the editorial board of scientific IPN semi-annual “Memory and Justice”, as well as an international research network Centre for Cold War Studies at the University of Southern Denmark in Ödensee.
Admission is FREE and the public is cordially invited.
For further information please contact Special Collections
at 860 832-2085
Please join us on Wednesday, March 11, 1 – 3 P.M.
Following by reception 3-4 P.M. in Special Collections, 2nd floor
Exhibit: Italian Immigrants to Connecticut and New England
The Elihu Burritt Library presents this symposium to popularize numerous resources, primary and secondary, on the topic of immigration, in electronic and print formats. The library houses four centers/resources: the Connecticut Polish American Archives; the Italian Resource Center; the Confucius Institute; the Latin American, Latino, and Caribbean Center; which provide information on additional sources and assistance for students.
The event is open to all.
1-1:30 p.m. Polish Immigration
- Polish Immigrants in the US and Connecticut, presented by Prof. M. B. Biskupski
- Polish Resources, Ewa Wolynska and Renata Vickrey
1:30 – 2:00 p.m. Italian Immigration
- Voices of Italian Immigrants presented by Nicholas Allen, Denise Zarcone, Maria Manna, Floriana Manna, Zelvan Phillips and Frank Petraccone, students from Prof. Carmela Pesca and Prof. Maria Passaro classes
- Pascal D’Angelo, Son of Italy, presentation by Dr. Carl Antonucci, and Prof. Kenneth DiMaggio
2-2:30 p.m. Chinese Immigration
- Chinese Immigration, presentation by Confucius Institute and students from Prof. Yanan Ju class
2:30 – 3:00 p.m. Hispanic and Latino Immigration
- Voices of Latino Immigration, students Sarah Lindstrom and Kate Krotzer from Prof. Antonio Garcia-Lozada, Rosly Hernandez and Isaac Rodriguez from Prof. Katherine Sugg class and Mariano Cardoso from Prof. Luis Recoder-Nunez, will share their immigrant experience and research.
3:00 – 4:00 p.m. Reception
- Food sampling from each country/region
5:00 p.m. “Globalization in Latin America”
A lecture by Dr. Eduardo Beccera, Professor of Latin American Studies at the University Autonoma of Madrid, Spain
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
To Students, Faculty, Staff, Friends and Supporters
of the Burritt Library!
Please come and join us on Wednesday, December 3rd, 2014
2- 3 pm
Special Collections, 2nd floor of the Burritt Library
Please join the Elihu Burritt Library staff for discussion on current digital projects and services available at the library.
Wednesday, November 19, 2014
2-4 pm in the Connecticut Room (Memorial Hall)
Please R.S.V.P. http://doiop.com/digitalday
2:00 pm Opening address from Dr. Carl Antonucci, Library Director and refreshments
2:15 pm Rob Favini from OCLC will speak about OCLC’s report “At a Tipping Point: Education, Learning and Libraries”.
Linked here: http://www.oclc.org/reports/tipping-point.en.html
3:05 pm A “lightening round” panel presentation featuring Burritt librarians and David Oyanadel (IDTRC) discussing current
digital projects and services available at the library.
3:45 pm Q&A Session
This event is cosponsored by the Center for Teaching and Faculty Development.
Ebenezer D. Bassett is the first African American who graduated from the New Britain Normal School in 1853. Mr. Bassett was an educator, an influential activist in the anti-slavery movement, and the first U.S. African American diplomat as the Minister Resident to Haiti.
The exhibit consists of archival materials from the University Archives and a display from the Derby Historical Society.
The exhibit is on view on the 2nd floor of the Burritt Library.
On Thursday, October 2nd, 2014, Dr. Michael Peszke will deliver a lecture entitled, The 70th Anniversary of the End of the Warsaw Rising. Dr. Peszke is a historian of the Polish Armed Forces in World War II. The lecture is sponsored by the Polish Studies Program, and will start at 7:00pm in the Burritt Library, Special Collections Room, located on the 2nd Floor. The exhibit is available for viewing on the 2nd floor of the library and consists of material related to the Uprising from the library Polish Heritage Collection.
Please visit the Burritt Library and enjoy the exhibit on the 2nd floor. The new exhibit contains material from the University Archives and illustrates the beginning of CCSU, which in 1849 was the State Normal School and in 1933 became Teachers College of Connecticut. You can trace the history through collections of photographs of students, faculty and administrators; early publications of curriculum, student papers and alumni records. Sporting events programs and related memorabilia are also on display. The exhibit is open during library hours and will run through the end of August.
For more information contact special collections Dpt. at 860 832-2085