The Carolina Lowcountry and Atlantic World (CLAW) Program at the College of Charleston is pleased to announce its latest conference, Freedoms Gained and Lost: Reinterpreting Reconstruction in the Atlantic World, will be held March 16-18, 2018, at the Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library. The conference commemorates the 150th anniversary of South Carolina’s 1868 Constitutional Convention […]
NASA announced on Wednesday, June 21, that it will broadcast nationwide coverage of the historic solar eclipse later this summer live from the College of Charleston. The broadcast will be streamed on NASA TV, the NASA website, on the Stream video platform and on various public broadcasting stations across the United States beginning at 1 p.m. […]
College of Charleston Faculty Lecture Series Wednesday, April 5, Noon. Addlestone Library Room 360 Dr. H. Gibbs Knotts, Professor of Political Science The South is changing. People are moving to the region at a very high rate. Urbanization and suburbanization are occurring, particularly here in the Lowcountry. In addition, one of the most powerful symbols of […]
College of Charleston Faculty Lecture Series Professor Barbara Beckingham, Department of Geology and Environmental Geosciences will speak at the Faculty Lecture Series on Wednesday, February 15 in Addlestone Library 227. Lecture begins at noon with a light lunch provided. Free and open to the College of Charleston and Charleston communities. For more information about this […]
Exhibition Open February 25 through December 1, 2017 Marlene and Nathan Addlestone Library John R. Dupree began amassing his extensive African art collection in 1972 while living in Zaire (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo) and working for the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA). Dupree was a member of a small group of FAA […]
Amy Langville, Mathematics Department opens the Faculty Lecture Series January 25, 2017 Information Retrieval on the Web, Facebook, Twitter, and Libraries: What’s math got to do with it? Addlestone 227 at 12 pm with a light lunch provided.
The Avery Research Center is pleased to announce the opening of the updated permanent exhibition Avery: The Spirit That Would Not Die, 1865-2015. This exhibition explores over one hundred and fifty years of Avery history-from its origins as a school for Black Charlestonians starting in 1865, to its current form as a center for promoting the […]
Harlan Greene, Head of Special Collections at the College of Charleston, was interviewed along with Charleston artist Jonathan Green on PBS NewsHour about Spoleto Festival USA’s featured opera, Porgy and Bess. Greene, a noted Porgy scholar, spoke about DuBose Heyward’s contribution to the literary world. “What he did that was truly earth-shattering,” Greene said, “is that […]
For more information on the 2015 season of the Friends of the Library book club, click here!