Library News

Poetry Display, 2nd Floor of Library

In honor of National Poetry Month, there is currently an exhibit on the second floor of the library that displays poetry in various forms.  Part of the poetry selection comes from the personal collections of library staff, including books and poetry on cards.  Some of the items have been found in books and materials donated to the Hatfield Library. Below are images of the display.

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Faculty Works Display 2014

The Hatfield Library will have a large selection of faculty works on display on the first floor of the library from April 1st through May 11th.  The collection ranges from music score arrangements to photos of theatre productions and selections of scholarly research articles and books written by Willamette faculty.  (And feel free to browse through the articles written by our faculty).

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Africa Month Display

Throughout the rest of February, the Hatfield Library will display a collection of books and films for students interested in African culture.  This is a snapshot of the current display on the first floor of the Hatfield Library.  All of the library resources can be checked out from this display!

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Willamette Libraries Display

shushing-action-figureThere are not too many places where you can see a “Shushing Librarian Action Figure,” but if you check out the display on the second floor of the Hatfield Library, you’ll see this figure along with some wonderful photos and assorted items relating to the history of Willamette’s libraries.

Libraries at Willamette have a long and interesting history.  The original library was housed on the third floor of the University Hall, later renamed Waller Hall.  When the building was rebuilt after the 1919 fire, the library was relocated to the second floor.

A new library building was built and the library moved from Waller to what is now Smullin.  One Friday in May 1938, classes were cancelled and students and staff moved the collection carrying the books in their arms to the new location. And did you know that in the ’80s, two cats lived in the old Smullin library?  When the library moved to its current location, the cats were adopted by library staff members and taken to their homes.  Any guesses as to the names of the cats?*

moving-the-libraryDo you know when Willamette got its second library? (This excludes the separate music library that was housed in the Fine Arts building).  The J.W. Long Law Library opened in 1967.  In the big flood of 1996, the Law library suffered some major damage.

Photos capture the big move as books were loaded onto carts by students and library staff, and rolled over from the Smullin library to the new Mark O. Hatfield Library in 1986.

The exhibit also includes interesting library artifacts.  You might remember or have seen some of the technology the library used to employ, such as Zip Disks.  But you probably have never seen a 7-inch electric eraser!  We even still have the metal plates that were used to help guide the eraser and avoid damaging the printed ink.  wu-libraries-display

Imagine what it would be like if we were still using card catalogs to look up books, or print indexes for journal articles.  We are very fortunate to have our digital catalogs and databases of today.

A lot has changed for our campus libraries, and they will undoubtedly continue to change to meet the needs of the Willamette Community.  Take this opportunity to view the amazing history of Willamette’s libraries!

*Snooter (a striped “tiger” cat) and Pee Wee (a tortoiseshell cat).  Pee Wee was later renamed to Kit; both cats were female and enjoyed long, happy lives.

Whiting Tennis Exhibit

The Mark O. Hatfield Library is housing a temporary exhibit of Whiting Tennis, a contemporary mixed media artist from Seattle, in conjunction with the Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University.  While the main Whiting Tennis exhibit is held at the Hallie Ford Museum January 18th through March 23rd (2014), we have one 3-dimensional art work and two paintings on display near the entrance of the library.

The architectural forms that are commonly present throughout Tennis’s work are abstracts of human and animal characteristics. They consist of repurposed wood or collaged prints made from wood grain.

For more details about the Whiting Tennis exhibit, visit http://www.willamette.edu/arts/hfma/exhibitions/library/2013-14/whiting_tennis.html.

Below are a few photos from the exhibit, and some suggested books from our library that compliment the exhibit.

Whiting-Tennis-Related-Readings

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“Camp,” 2005. Oil on canvas. By Whiting Tennis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Tractor,” 2010. Cast plaster. By Whiting Tennis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Brown Tower,” 2008. Acrylic on panel. By Whiting Tennis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Title and Author Call Number
Black : the history of a color / Michel Pastoureau. BF789.C7 P3813 2009
The last American man / Elizabeth Gilbert. CT275.C768 G5 2002
Faces in the forest : First Nations art created on living trees / Michael D. Blackstock. E78.B9 B57 2001
Listening to our ancestors : the art of native life along the north pacific coast / introduction by chief Robert Joseph. E78.N78 L58 2005
Tangible visions : Northwest Coast Indian shamanism and its art / Allen Wardwell. E78.N78 W283 1996
In the spirit of mother earth : nature in Native American art / text by Jeremy Schmidt ; captions by Laine Thom. E98.A7 S358 1994
Folklore recycled : old traditions in new contexts / Frank de Caro. GR105.D42 2013
Signs, streets, and storefronts : a history of architecture and graphics along America’s commercial corridors / Martin Treu. HF5841 .T74 2012
Loneliness as a way of life / Thomas Dumm. JA66 .D84 2008
From head to hand : art and the manual / David Levi Strauss. N71 .S879 2010
Architecture : art / Philip Jodidio. N72.A75 J63 2005
Christ to COKE : how image becomes icon / Martin Kemp. N72.S6 K36 2012
Culture or trash? : a provocative view of contemporary painting, sculpture, and other costly commodities / by James Gardner. N6493 1980 .G37
Collage, assemblage, and the found object / Diane Waldman. N6494.C6 W35
Minimalism : art of circumstance N6494.M5 B34
Pop art : a continuing history N6494.P6 L58
Lifelike / Siri Engberg ; with contributions from Michael Lobel, Josiah McElheny, and Rochelle Steiner. N6494.R4 E39 2012
Raw + material = art : found, scavenged, and upcycled / Tristan Manco. N6498.E26 M36 2012
American visions : the epic history of art in America / by Robert Hughes. N6505 .H84 1997
Louise Nevelson : a passionate life N6512.5.A25 A33 2008
Abstract expressionism N6512.5.A25 A89 1990
Basquiat N6537.B233 A42 2006
Heat waves in a swamp : the paintings of Charles Burchfield N6537.B86 A4 2009
John Cole : the enduring northwest landscape / essays by Deloris Tarzan Ament. N6537.C5927 A4 2003
Louise Nevelson : the fourth dimension. N6537.N478 A4 1980
Claes Oldenburg : an anthology. N6537.O4 A4 1995b
James Castle : his life & art N6537.C363 T78 2004
Paradise garden : a trip through Howard Finster’s visionary world / by Robert Peacock with Annibel Jenkins N6537.F464 A4 1996
Arshile Gorky : a retrospective N6537.G65 A4 2009
Jasper Johns N6537.J6 C74 1994
Tony Smith : architect, painter, sculptor / Robert Storr ; with essays by John Keenen and Joan Pachner. N6537.S618 A4 1998
Whiting tennis N6537.T47 A4 2012
Cy Twombly: a retrospective N6537.T86 V374 1994x
Andy Warhol : a retrospective N6537.W28 A4 1989
Franz West, to build a house you start with the roof : work 1972-2008 / Darsie Alexander ; contributions by Tom Eccles, Rachel Harrison and Eric Banks. N6811.5.W454 A4 2008
Picasso black and white / Carmen Giménez ; with essays by Dore Ashton, Olivier Berggruen, Carmen Giménez, and Richard Shiff. N6853.P5 A4 2012a
The artist outsider : creativity and the boundaries of culture / edited by Michael D. Hall and Eugene W. Metcalf, Jr. ; with Roger Cardinal. N7432.5.A78 A78 1994
Art in every-day life / by Harriet Goldstein and Vetta Goldstein. N7438.G6 1940
Details in contemporary architecture / [edited by] Christine Killory and René Davids. NA2840 .D454 2007
Main Street to Miracle Mile : American roadside architecture / Chester H. Liebs. NA6212.L54
Eccentric objects : rethinking sculpture in 1960s America / Jo Applin. NB212 .A67 2012
Claes Oldenburg / edited by Nadja Rottner. NB237.O42 C59 2012
H.C. Westermann NB237.W44 A4 2001
Drawing Surrealism NC95.5.S9 J66 2012
The reality of appearance; the trompe l’œil tradition in American painting, by Alfred Frankenstein. ND210 .C3 1970
Philip Guston ND237.G8 S76
Charles E. Heaney : memory, imagination, and place ND237.H42 H85 2005
Artifice and illusion : the art and writing of Samuel van Hoogstraten / Celeste Brusati. ND653.H79 B78 1995
Trompe-l’oeil, painted architecture / by Miriam Milman. ND1410.M5513
The paintings of Charles Burchfield : north by midwest ND1839.B8 M33 1997
Recycled, re-seen : folk art from the Global Scrap Heap / Charlene Cerny and Suzanne Seriff, editors ; studio photography by John Bigelow Taylor. NK600 .R4 1996
American anthem : masterworks from the American Folk Art Museum / Stacy C. Hollander with Brooke Davis Anderson NK805 .A644 2001
Five star folk art : one hundred American masterpieces / Jean Lipman … [et al.]. NK805 .F56
Folk art / Carol Crown & Cheryl Rivers, volume editors. NK805 .F65 2013
The colossus of roads : myth and symbol along the American highway / Karal Ann Marling NK805.M27
Marvelous monsters : recent works by Heidi Preuss Grew / essay by Ricardo de Mambro Santos. NK4210.P748 D45 2010
Quilts : masterworks from the American Folk Art Museum NK9112 .W37 2010
Artists in wood; American carvers of cigar-store Indians, show figures, and circus wagons. NK9712.F73
Essays on the blurring of art and life / Allan Kaprow ; edited by Jeff Kelley. NX504 .K36 1993
Abandoned New England : landscape in the works of Homer, Frost, Hopper, Wyeth, and Bishop / Priscilla Paton. NX653.N48 P37 2003
On the highest hill / Roderick Haig-Brown ; introduction by Laurie Ricou. PR9199.3.H29 O5 1994
Home ground : language for an American landscape PS169.L35 H66 2006
Westernness : a meditation PS271 .W55 2006
The contemporary American comic epic : the novels of Barth, Pynchon, Gaddis, and Kesey PS374.H86 S23
Franny and Zooey PS3537.A426 F7
Angle of repose PS3537.T316 A8
The best of Edward Abbey PS3551.B2 A6 1984
The hermit’s story : stories PS3552.A8213 H47 2002
Cathedral : stories PS3553.A7894 C3 1989
I am one of you forever : a novel / by Fred Chappell. PS3553.H298 I15 1987
Ricochet river PS3553.O336 U6 1992
Wild life : a novel PS3557.L65 W5 2000
Native / William Haywood Henderson. PS3558.E4944 N38
Sometimes a great notion / Ken Kesey ; introduction by Charles Bowden. PS3561.E667 S65 2006
Postcards PS3566.R697 P67 1992
House Keeping / Marilynne Robinson PS3568 .O3125 H6
My abandonment PS3568.O327 M9 2009
Set this house in order : a romance of souls / Matt Ruff. PS3568.U3615 S48 2004
The power of the dog PS3569.A83 P6
The forest lover / Susan Vreeland. PS3572.R34 F67 2004
The orchardist : a novel  / Amanda Coplin. PS3603.O647 O73 2012
A painter’s life : a novel / by K. B. Dixon. PS3604.I954 P34 2010
Mink river : a novel / Brian Doyle. PS3604.O9547 M56 2010
The girl who fell from the sky : a novel PS3604.U757 G57 2011
West of here : a novel / Jonathan Evison. PS3605.V57 W47 2011
The greening of Ben Brown : a novel PS3619.T7456 G74 2005
Lean on Pete : a novel / Willy Vlautin. PS3622.L38 L43 2010
The story of Edgar Sawtelle : a novel / David Wroblewski. PS3623.R63 S76 2008
Out stealing horses / Per Petterson ; translated by Anne Born. PT8951.26.E88 U813 2007
Julie of the wolves / by Jean Craighead George ; pictures by John Schoenherr. PZ7.G2933 Ju
My side of the mountain / written and illustrated by Jean Craighead George. PZ7.G2933 My
Island of the Blue Dolphins / Scott O’Dell. PZ7.O237 Is
Wildwood PZ7.M516353 Wi 2011
Harmony and conflict in the living world / by Alexander F. Skutch ; illustrated by Dana Gardner. QH501 .S54 2000
Images of animals : anthropomorphism and animal mind / Eileen Crist. QL751 .C8824 1999
In defense of garbage / Judd H. Alexander. TD791 .A528
Walker Evans : signs / with an essay by Andrei Codrescu. TR654 .E918 1998

 

Annual Giving Tree 2013

giving-tree-2013-1Items are starting to come in for the Tree of Giving Book Drive!  We are supporting both Hallman and Richmond Elementary schools this year, so we are looking forward to an excellent turnout of books.  Some key things to remember as we approach the final Drive date on December 17th:

- 30% discount at the Willamette Store for Book Drive books

- K-5 Spanish and English language books

(No holiday themes please)

- Drop off locations are at the Circulation Desk in the Hatfield Library & the Willamette Store

- Gloves, hats, and cash for books are also desired

- Check out the LibGuide  for more information: http://libguides.willamette.edu/tree-of-giving

This is our seventh annual Tree of Giving Book Drive!  Please visit our Tree of Giving located near the entrance of the library, and see the beautiful ornaments adorning it.  For every book donated, we add one ornament to our Tree of giving.

So think of the Tree of Giving as you do your Black Friday shopping!  And thank you for your support from the Mark O. Hatfield Library, Willamette Store, and Student-Athlete Advisory Committee

 

 

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Bamboo Musical Instrument Exhibit: Sounds of Harmony Series

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Please visit our temporary exhibit Sounds of Harmony, which will be on display until November 3rd outside of the Archives & Special Collections entrance.  This display of traditional bamboo musical instruments complements the talks and music demonstrations related to the Music in the Reconstruction of Identity and Healing/Therapy of the Modern Mind-and-Heart series.

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Spooky Reads at the MOHL

Image source: Chris Heald, Fav-32, FLICKR

Image source: Chris Heald, Fav-32, FLICKR

We currently have a selection of “scary” movies and books on available for checkout on the first floor of the MOHL (Mark O. Hatfield Library).  If you’re in the mood for some spook-tacular fun reading, consider some of our featured titles…  Catch them before they disappear, IF YOU DARE!!!

 

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PN 1995.9 .A3 P472 2007 Pirates of the Caribbean
PN 1995.9 .A6 M65 2002 Monsters, Inc.
PN1995.9 .F54 H585 2003 The hitch-hiker
PN1995.9 .H6 A54 2000 American psycho
PN1995.9 .H6 B4 2000 The birds
PN1995.9 .H6 C65 2002 The company of wolves
PN1995.9 .H6 C79 2007 The cry La llorona
PN1995.9 .H6 E96 2000 The exorcist
PN1995.9.H6 H65 2006 Hollywood legends of horror. 6 masterworks of terror
PN1995.9. H6 H67 2007 The house on Skull Mountain The Mephisto waltz
PN1995.9 .H6 I57 2000 Interview with the vampire the vampire chronicles
PN1995.9 .H6 I82 2005 I walked with a zombie
PN1995.9 .H6 N44 2002 Night of the living dead an Image Ten production
PN1995.9 .H6 P78 1999 Psycho
PN1995.9. H6 P78 2008 Alfred Hitchcock’s Psycho
PN1995.9. H6 S4 2007 The shining
PN1995.9. H6 S48 2000 The sixth sense
PN1995.9. S66 2002 Snow White a tale of terror
PN1995.9. H6 T88 2003 28 days later
PN1995.9. M86 R773 2002 The Rocky Horror picture show
PN1995.9. S26 I683 2002 Invasion of the body snatchers
PN1995.9. S5 C2 2002 The cabinet of Dr. Caligari a film in six acts
PN1995.9.S5 C42 2001. La chute de la maison
PN1995.9 .S5 N7 2002 Nosferatu a symphony of horror
PN1995.9 .S87 D38 2004 Alfred Hitchcock’s Dial M for murder
PN1995.9. S87 F86 2002 From Hell
PN1995.9. S87 J28 2005 Jaws
PN1995.9. S87 M85 2002 Mulholland Dr. Universal
PN1995.9. S87 R22 2001 Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear window
PN1995.9. S87 S93 2004 Suspicion
PN1995.9 .S87 V3 2008 Vertigo
PN1995.9. S87 V45 2005 The Village
PN1995.91.G4 N68 2002 Nosferatu the vampyre
PN1995.91. R8 D53 2007 Dnevnoĭ dozor
PN1995.91. R8 N63 2006 Nochnoĭ dozor Night watch
PN1995.91 .S6 C873 2010 Cronos Consejo Nacional para la Cultura y las Artes
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BF575.F2 W33 1999 No go the bogeyman : scaring, lulling, and making mock Marina Warner
BF1031 .L43 The medium, the mystic, and the physicist; toward a general theory of the paranorma Lawrence LeShan
BF1261.2 .B43 Paranormal experience and survival of death Carl B. Becker
BF1381 .P47 2005 The perfect medium : photography and the occult Clément Chéroux
BF1381 .W55 2007 Ghosts caught on film : photographs of the paranormal Melvyn Willin
BF1407 .G85 1991 Harper’s encyclopedia of mystical & paranormal experience Rosemary Ellen Guiley
BF1566 .J67 1996 Witches : an encyclopedia of paganism and magic Michael Jordan
BF1566 .W7395 2002 The witchcraft reader Darren Oldridge
BT981.R86 Lucifer, the Devil in the Middle Ages Jeffrey Burton Russell
DR240.5.V553 F58 Dracula, prince of many faces : his life and his times Radu R. Florescu, Raymond T. McNally
GR530 .S26 1995 A deed without a name : the witch in society and history Andrew Sanders
GR530 .S53 1997 Witchcraft, lycanthropy, drugs, and disease : an anthropological study of the European witch-hunts H. Sidky
 GR825 .A86 2009 On monsters : an unnatural history of our worst fears Stephen T. Asma
GR825 .P626 2011 Monsters in America : our historical obsession with the hideous and the haunting W. Scott Poole
GR830.V3 A92 1995 Our vampires, ourselves Nina Auerbach
GR830.V3 B35 1988 Vampires, burial, and death : folklore and reality Paul Barber
GR830.V3 B45 2001 Food for the dead : on the trail of New England’s vampires Michael E. Bell
GT4965 .H32 1994 Halloween and other festivals of death and life  Jack Santino
 PA3015.G48 F45 1999 Haunted Greece and Rome : ghost stories from classical antiquity D. Felton
PL2629.G5 C57 1979 Stories about not being afraid of ghosts Institute of Literature of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences
PL2722.U2 L5213 1997 Strange tales from the Liaozhai studio Zhang Qingnian, Zhang Ciyun, Yang Yi
PN56.V3 E63 2011 Encyclopedia of the vampire : the living dead in myth, legend, and popular culture S.T. Joshi
PN1995.9.H6 D59 2010 A history of horror Wheeler Winston Dixon
PN1995.9.V3 W3 2010 Living and the undead : slaying vampires, exterminating zombies Gregory A. Waller
PN6111 .F72 no.158 The abduction : a thriller Billy St John
PQ2446.J8 1920 The wandering Jew Eugene Sue
PQ6669.A6125 L67 2010 Lo que esconde tu nombre Clara Sánchez
PR830.T3 C65 2000 A companion to the Gothic David Punter
PR830.T3 H27 1995 Skin shows : gothic horror and the technology of monsters Judith Halberstam
PR868.T3 M25 1996 Gothic images of race in nineteenth-century Britain H.L. Malchow
PR1309.G5 V54 1992 Victorian ghost stories : an Oxford anthology Michael Cox and R.A. Gilbert
PR1309.H6 D73 2010 Dracula’s guest : a connoisseur’s collection of Victorian vampire stories Michael Sims
PR2664.A1 1968 Doctor Faustus, 1604-1616 W. W. Greg
PR2823.A2 B76 1998 The tragedy of Macbeth Nicholas Brooke
PR4034 .N7 2006 Northanger Abbey Jane Austen
PR4453.C4 M4 The man who was Thursday : a nightmare G.K. Chesterton
PR5397.F7 Frankenstein Robert E. Dowse and D.J. Palmer
PR6005.O4 H4 1988 Heart of darkness : an authoritative text, backgrounds and sources, criticism Robert Kimbrough
PR6013.O35 L6 Lord of the flies William Golding
PR6019.A565 G45 1937 Ghost stories of an antiquary Montague Rhodes James
PR6037 .T617 D7 1986 Dracula and the lair of the white worm Bram Stoker
PR6051.C64 H3 1985 Hawksmoor Peter Ackroyd
PR6051.I35 H38 The haunting of Lamb House Joan Aiken
PR6052.R8 S45 The sheep look up John Brunner
PR9199.3.D3 H5 High spirits Robertson Davies
PS648.H6 A47 1996 American gothic tales Joyce Carol Oates
PS648.V35 V3 1988 The Penguin book of vampire stories Alan Ryan
PS1850.F63 Twice-told tales Nathaniel Hawthorne
PS2116 .T8 1966 The turn of the screw Robert Kimbrough
PS2612.A1 1965 Tales of the grotesque and arabesque Edgar Allan Poe
PS2116.T83 B39 Ghosts, demons, and Henry James : The turn of the screw at the turn of the century Peter G. Beidler
PS2380 .F68 v.10 The confidence-man : his masquerade Herman Melville
PS2601.H3 1979 The complete works of Edgar Allan Poe James A. Harrison
PS3505.L376 T7 The track of the cat, a novel Nevada Barr
PS3509.N374 W4 1992 The werewolf of Paris Guy Endore
PS3519.A392 H3 The haunting of Hill House Shirley Jackson
PS3519.A392 L6 1972 Hangsaman Shirley Jackson
PS3519.A392 H3 The road through the wall  Shirley Jackson
PS3539.R928 J6 1989 Johnny got his gun Dalton Trumbo
PS3554 .I32 D4 Deliverance  James Dickey
PS3555.L62 D4 1983 Deathbird stories Harlan Ellison
PS3558.A6427 Z89 2010 True blood and philosophy: we wanna think bad things with you George A. Dunn and Rebecca Housel
PS3561.O8 P3 1983 The painted bird Jerzy Kosinski
PS3565.A8 H38 Haunted : tales of the grotesque Joyce Carol Oates
PS3571.P4 W48 2008 The widows of Eastwick  John Updike
PS3613.E979 Z89 2009 Twilight and philosophy : vampires, vegetarians, and the pursuit of immortality Rebecca Housel and J. Jeremy Wisnewski
PT2361.E4 C3 1967 The best tales of Hoffmann E. F. Bleiler
Q127.U6 A6815 2009 Master mechanics & wicked wizards: images of the American scientist as hero and villain from colonial times to the present Glen Scott Allen
PZ7.G1273 Gr 2008 The graveyard book Neil Gaiman
PZ7.H836 Bu. Bunnicula : a rabbit tale of mystery Deborah and James Howe
PZ7.M478693 Tah The dark-thirty : Southern tales of the supernatural Patricia C. McKissack
PZ7.M8477 Le 1994 The legend of Sleepy Hollow Will Moses
PZ7.R79835 Har 1998 Harry Potter and the sorcerer’s stone J.K. Rowling
PZ7.S1947 Re 1995 The red heels Robert D. San Souci
PZ7.S84748 Th That terrible Halloween night James Stevenson
PZ7.T8535 Ro Rosemary’s witch Ann Turner

Sounds of Harmony: Traditional Music in the Reconstruction of Identity and Healing

Sounds of Harmony: Traditional Music in the Reconstruction of Identity and Healing/Therapy of the Modern Mind-And-Heart

The Hatfield Library will have on display bamboo musical instruments from Yunnan, China, October 26-November 3rd. Also of note, there will be a public concert on traditional Chinese music and a seminar on traditional music and identity reconstruction (details below).

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Faculty Works Exhibit 2013

Willamette’s Mark O. Hatfield Library is excited to announce the 6th annual Faculty Works Exhibition, which is now open and will run through May 13th, 2013. This annual exhibit features the recent publications and creative works of faculty from every department on campus, including all three graduate schools. Works include published fiction and non-fiction, academic journal articles, artwork, music, design models, documentary films, and more.

Below are just a few things you will find on display.