Recent Submissions

  • Revisiting and Archiving Civil Rights and Atlanta in the 1960s: Introducing the Mayor Ivan Allen Digital Archive 

    Michney, Todd M.; Foo, Brian; DuVernay, Jina; Johnson, Aisha; Gerrard, Morna; Mosley, Derek; Crater, Paul; Cherry, Matt; Frasier, Fredalyn M.; Hall, Floyd; Minkin, Samara; Moody, Laura; Tate, Clark; Brown-Nagin, Tomiko (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2022-04-08)
    As Atlanta’s mayor from 1962-1970, Ivan Allen Jr. oversaw a city undergoing tremendous political, social, and economic change, and helped put Atlanta on a path toward becoming the international metropolis it is today. In ...
  • Artist Talk 

    Manci, Catherine; Sirlin, Deanna (2022-04-13)
    Deanna Sirlin is currently the Artist in Residence at Georgia Tech’s Crosland Library where she has made a new site work, Watermark, that address the most important issue of the 21st century-- climate change-- through ...
  • Author Discussion with 2021 Eugie Award Winner, Elaine Cuyegkeng 

    Cuyegkeng, Elaine; Yaszek, Lisa (2022-03-29)
    Join us for a virtual author discussion with Elaine Cuyegkeng, the 2021 Eugie Award recipient for "The Genetic Alchemist's Daughter." Read Elaine's work in "Black Cranes: Tales of Unquiet Women" edited by Lee Murray and ...
  • Rare Book Spotlight: Joan Blaeu’s Grooten Atlas 

    Reynolds, Alison; Sowell, James R.; Wilding, Nick (2022-02-24)
    Join Alison Reynolds, Research Services and Instruction Archivist at the Georgia Tech Library; Jim Sowell, Astronomer and Observatory Director at Georgia Tech School of Physics; and Nick Wilding, Professor and Associate ...
  • Writing Books: Random Thoughts about the Busy Life of a Georgia Tech Professor 

    Craig, Robert M. (2021-11-11)
    Robert M. Craig is Professor Emeritus of the College of Design and author of 13 books, including several illustrated studies of Atlanta architecture. He is an architectural historian and published photographer. Craig has ...
  • What Science Fiction Got Wrong...and Right! (and how you make the future) 

    Marcus, Gideon; Yaszek, Lisa (2021-10-14)
    In the 1950s and '60s, scientists and engineers were hailed as saints of progress. People believed that technology would solve all of the world's problems. But the science fiction and mainstream prognosticators of the ...
  • Economic Mobility as a Tool for a Sustainable Future with Raphael Bostic, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta 

    Bostic, Raphael; Husbands Fealing, Kaye; Bennett, Charles (2021-09-30)
    Raphael Bostic, President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta, discusses "Economic Mobility as a Tool for a Sustainable Future." Bostic will be in conversation with Dean Kaye Husbands Fealing, head of the Ivan Allen ...
  • Ageless Talent: Enhancing the Performance and Well-Being of your Age-Diverse Workforce 

    Kanfer, Ruth; Bovian, Candice; Gardner, Ivy; Givens, Marlee (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-06-07)
    A panel discussion with Ruth Kanfer (co-author of the book, Ageless Talent, and Georgia Tech HR personnel about workforce aging trends and managerial practices for maximizing satisfaction and performance among employees ...
  • Book Talk: Hin Bredendieck: From Aurich to Atlanta with Gloria Köpnick and Rainer Stamm 

    Köpnick, Gloria; Stamm, Rainer; Sharp, Leslie N. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-04-25)
    The Georgia Tech Library welcomes Gloria Köpnick and Rainer Stamm in conversation with Dean Leslie Sharp for a lively discussion of their 2020 book Hin Bredendieck: From Aurich to Atlanta.
  • Panel Discussion with Former Students of Hin Bredendieck 

    Fuller, Ken; Duggan, Ed; MacKown Gentile, Carolynrose; Kindley, James (Jim); Oliver, Jim; Sanders, Susan; Schuster, Irwin (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-04-03)
    How did Hin Bredendieck’s teaching philosophy and experience at the Bauhaus impact designers who studied under him? Join the Georgia Tech Library for a live streamed panel discussion with the former students of Hin Bredendieck ...
  • Design Justice: Community-Led Practices to Build the Worlds We Need 

    Costanza-Chock, Sasha (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-04-06)
    Dr. Sasha Costanza-Chock presents an overview of their book Design Justice: Community-Led Practices to Build the Worlds We Need, published by the MIT Press in 2020. The book is an exploration of how we might re-imagine ...
  • Curator Conversation: Hin Bredendieck: From Aurich to Atlanta 

    Henderson, Kirk; Stamm, Rainer; Budd, James (Jim) G. (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-04-08)
    A discussion between Professor Dr. Rainer Stamm, director of the Landesmuseum Oldenburg (Oldenburg State Museum for Art and Cultural History), and Kirk Henderson, Exhibits Program Manager for the Georgia Tech Library, ...
  • Mapping How Science May Contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) 

    Rafols, Ismael (2021-03-24)
    Analysts are rapidly developing methods to map publications to SDGs in the face of policy demands. However, as reported by Armitage et al. (2020), a high degree of inconsistency is found when comparing the bibliometric ...
  • Cultivating Curiosity: What is Hip Hop Studies, & What Is It Doing at an Institute of Technology? 

    Wilson, Joycelyn (2021-02-25)
    The Cultivating Curiosity series provides a look into how curiosity is sparked and the actions that sustain it. Learn how researchers use their sense of wonder to find joy while fueling their research practice. Join us ...
  • In Concert: Performing Musical Persona 

    Auslander, Philip (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-02-10)
    Auslander, a Professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication, will discuss the visual means by which musicians engage their audiences through costume and physical gesture, as well as the spectacular aspects ...
  • Georgia Tech Archives Rare Book Spotlight: Newton’s Principia and Opticks 

    Reynolds, Alison; Sowell, James R. (Jim); Holdsworth, Liz; Manci, Catherine (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2021-02-02)
    Join Georgia Tech Astronomer Jim Sowell and Research Services and Instruction Archivist Alison Reynolds to explore Sir Isaac Newton’s Principia & Opticks. You’ll get a virtual look at the Georgia Tech Archives copies of ...
  • Georgia Tech’s First-Generation College Celebration: A Panel Discussion 

    Alexander, Joi; Stein, John M.; Woldye, Liya; Young, David (2020-11-09)
    Join us for a panel discussion with Georgia Tech faculty and staff as they share their experiences of being the first student in their family to graduate from college. Through this event, we will celebrate the success and ...
  • The Eugie Award Symposium for Speculative Fiction 

    Burke, Chesya; Carroll, Siobhan; Chan, L.; Dudak, Andy; Dyer, Thoraiya; Foster, Matthew M.; Hofelich, Alex; Stueart, Jerome; Weiss, Amanda; Yaszek, Lisa (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-10-02)
    The Eugie Award Symposium for Speculative Fiction brings together science fiction, fantasy, and horror authors, editors, and scholars from around the world. The Eugie Foster Memorial Award for Short Fiction (or Eugie Award), ...
  • Cultivating Curiosity: Honey Bees and Beekeeping 

    Leavey, Jennifer; Francis, Jaimee (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-09-24)
  • Any Great Change: The Centennial of the 19th Amendment 

    VanLanduyt, Jessica (Georgia Institute of Technology, 2020-09-17)
    Celebrate Constitution Day and the centennial of the 19th amendment to the Constitution in this virtual program with Jessica VanLanduyt from the Atlanta History Center. Learn about how some women gained the vote and the ...

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