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Library Events

Library Events (MSU Events Calendar)

From our writers and film series to traveling exhibits, come to one of the many events and programs we offer here at MSU Libraries. We look forward to seeing you!

Colloquia Series Presents:

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Louis Delgado-Qualtrough: Bauhaus in a Barrel

In conjunction with the MSU Museum’s exhibition Seeing China: 
Photographic Views and Viewpoints (1/19–8/30), part of MSU’s Year of China in 2015. 


MSU Main Library, North Conference Room (W449)


Monday, March 30


7:00 p.m.

Library Environmental Series - Spring 2015

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Farm-To-Table Dining: Local Restaurants Using Local Food (Library Environmental Series)

Join Lansing-area restaurant and farm owners for a panel discussion on local restaurants using local food. Nick Gavrilides (Soup Spoon Café), Adam Montri (Ten Hens Farm), and Nina Santucci (Purple Carrot Food Truck & Red Haven) will discuss topics related to sustainability, partnerships between local restaurants and local farms, and opportunities for sourcing locally.


North Conference Room (W449), MSU Main Library


Thursday, March 26



Symposium: Digital Scholarship and Radicalism Studies

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Michigan State University Libraries and the Journal for the Study of Radicalism (MSU Press) have partnered with ARC to create SiRO, Studies in Radicalism Online. To launch SiRO, MSU Libraries will host the Digital Scholarship and Radicalism Studies Symposium on March 27, 2015. JSR and SiRO will build this collection and community for scholarly activity, much in the way that other ARC “nodes” have done—though peer review of digital objects, classroom and exhibition building, and through the sharing of high quality digital materials for the study of radicalism.