Upcoming Events

Inclusive Reading Club: Understanding the "T" in LGBTQIA+: Creating a Culture of Acceptance (hybrid event)

Inclusive Reading Club: Understanding the "T" in LGBTQIA+: Creating a Culture of Acceptance (hybrid event) Online

 

Join us in exploring the stories and experiences of transgender people on college campuses from the perspective of students, staff, and faculty. Dr. Kaitlin Gabriele-Black, Assistant Professor of Psychology, will be facilitating our discussion of readings selected from the book Trans People in Higher Education, edited by Genny Beemyn. Dr. Gabriele-Black's research focuses on the intersections of sexuality, gender and faith, specifically around evangelical Christianity.

You’ll find the readings and a place to share your thoughts on the IRC's online bulletin board https://padlet.com/salvelibrarian/irc

This is a "hybrid" event, meaning you can join us in person or online, via Zoom. We'll be meeting on the second floor of McKillop Library. If you are unable to join us in person, register here and we'll send you a Zoom linkIn-person attendees do not need to register.  

The IRC is managed collaboratively by the Office of Multicultural Programs and Retention and McKillop Library. For more information, Rose Albert (she, her, hers), Associate Director of the Office of Multicultural Programs, or Gretchen Sotomayor (she, her, hers), Special Programs and Instruction Librarian.

Date:
Thursday, September 23, 2021
Time:
4:00pm - 5:00pm
Categories:
  Library Event > Inclusive Reading Club  
Online:
This is an online event. Event URL will be sent via registration email.
Registration has closed.

Displays in the Library

1st Floor

Meet Someone New: Read a Memoir

Find a memoir to take you through the rest of the semester. Each carefully selected title comes with its own review to help you find your next read.  

Display by: Dawn Emsellem-Wichowski, Director of Library Services

3rd Floor 

From the University Archives 

Celebrating 75 Years: What Salve Wore

From Salve Regina’s founding, its students have presented themselves as part of its community by what they wore. Tradition governed many of these garments in the early days, but even as the college evolved into a university, students have found ways to display their school pride. This display shows some of the garments that have helped create the Salve Regina identity over the past 75 years.

Display curator:  Genna Duplisea, Archivist and Special Collections Librarian  


1st Floor

Victorian Horror

The Victorian era spawned "sensation fiction" and built on the Gothic genre established in the late 18th-century. Many classic monsters and horror stories originated in this period, and it has continued to inspire writers exploring fear through ghosts, science, and the body.

Display by: Genna Duplisea, Archivist and Special Collections Librarian  

 

2nd floor, Curriculum Resource Center

Hispanic Heritage Month

Explore dual-language books from the Curriculum Resource collection celebrating Hispanic heritage.

Display by: Regina Connolly, Education & Instruction Librarian