Virtual Presentation: "Wayward Steps Along the Path to Scientific Understanding" by Dr. Richard G. French, Louise Sherwood McDowell and Sarah Frances Whiting Professor of Astrophysics; Professor of Astronomy at Wellesley College
On February 16, 2022, Dr. Richard French traced the uncertain path to our modern understanding of our place in space in an exploration of Wellesley College's Special Collections holdings.
**view the recording of this lecture**
Lecture given by Anthony Grafton
Discussion and tour of the Davis Museum's centennial exhibit on the College Hall Fire
Spring 2014. Jointly sponsored by the Friend of the Library and Friends of Art.
Tour of the William Munroe Special Collections
Fall 2013 at the Concord Free Public Library
A conversation with Madeleine Korbel Albright author of Prague Winter: A Personal Story of Remembrance and War, 1937-1948
January 25, 2013 in Alumnae Hall followed by a book signing. Co-sponsored by Library & Technology Services and the Friends of Wellesley College Library.
**view Prague Winter: a conversation with Madeleine Albright on Wellesley's YouTube site.**
Careers in Library & Information Science
March 30, 2012. Co-sponsored by The Friends of Wellesley College Library
and The Center for Work and Service
Book Arts Workshop: Exposed Sewing Hard Cover Journals
March 3, 2012. Taught by Book Arts Program Director, Katherine McCanless Ruffin
Margaret Clapp Library, Book Arts Lab, 4th Floor
Global Flora: An Interdisciplinary Gallery Walk
November 9, 2011. Tour Global Flora: Botanical Imagery and Exploration with Kristina Jones, Director of the Wellesley College Botanic Gardens, Ruth Rogers, Curator of Margaret Clapp Library Special Collections, and Elaine Mehalakes, Kemper Curator of Academic Programs at the Davis.
Book Arts Workshop: Screw Post Album
April 2, 2011. Taught by Book Arts Program Director, Katherine McCanless Ruffin in the Book Arts Lab
What is our role - Plumbers or Strategic Partners?
April 12, 2011. Presented by Ravi Ranvishanker
"The Poetry Does Not Matter"
Dan Chiasson, Poet and Assistant Professor of English
**find Dan Chiasson's talk in Wellesley's iTunes U site.**