Fondren Library will be hosting 3 study breaks this semester.
The journal Cultural Anthropology, whose editorial team is currently at Rice, recently began to require that all authors include their ORCID identifier during the article submission process. Join the journal's managing editor, Marcel LaFlamme, in an informal discussion about the conversations that are ongoing among both the editorial team and the larger anthropology community regarding ORCID, as well as how the journal plans on using ORCID.
Light refreshments will be provided.
The Humanities and Social Sciences Speaker Series is an event hosted by the Humanities and Social Sciences Graduate Student Associations that showcases work from Humanities and Social Sciences Graduate Students who will give brief 7 minute presentations about their work throughout the day. The event will be preceded by a keynote the evening before.
Please note that off-campus access to Fondren's online resources will inaccessible from 9-10am on December 17th for an EZproxy system upgrade. This will only affect patrons attempting to connect to subscription-based resources from off-campus.
Come check out the library's competed reading room and enjoy some snacks and great giveaways!
Fondren's Therapy Pets are back!
Did you know that, within the next year, Rice researchers receiving federal funding will need to comply with new requirements that the products of their research, including publications and some data, be made publicly available?
This mini-workshop, co-sponsored by Fondren Library and the Office of Proposal Development, will provide participants a general overview of the policies and will highlight key Rice resources available to help navigate these new requirements.
Open to all Rice Students - Come learn about Fondren Library and have fun!
Tuesday, August 30th, meet us in the first floor lobby between 7:00pm and 9:00pm to get your bingo card and start exploring what Fondren Library has to offer.
This year’s theme is inspired by the different –alities that proliferate in humanities scholarship, many of which have become mainstays in the critical vocabularies associated with emerging schools of theory. The program for this two-day conference includes a keynote address from Dr. Marjorie Levinson and presentations from an international and interdisciplinary group of scholars.