Media Coverage

Read the media coverage about the collections, services, events, and staff achievements at the Emory Libraries and the Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library (MARBL).
Apr 10 '17
Theaster Gates to respond to Emory students' work in 'The Art Sermon' - Emory Report
Apr 06 '17
Atlanta's Site-Specific Dance History Explored By Writer - WABE
Apr 06 '17
Seamus Deane the poet: coming to terms with the past - The Irish Times
Mar 27 '17
'Memorial Drive' event explores site-specific dance in Atlanta - Emory Report
Mar 27 '17
Still Raising Hell at Emory University - Daily Serving
Mar 15 '17
Emory celebrates 100 years of women of excellence - Emory Report
Mar 09 '17
Killing a Program That Brings History to Life - The New York Times
Mar 08 '17
Erica Bruchko: Helping researchers in Emory Libraries' African American, history collections - Emory Report
Mar 01 '17
Monks take days to build a mandala at Oxford, then destroy it in hours - AJC
Feb 28 '17
Gene Patterson's papers reveal the stories behind events that forever changed the South - Atlanta Magazine
Feb 27 '17
U.S. Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera enchants jubilant, diverse audience at Emory - Arts ATL
Feb 22 '17
Emory receives $1.2 million grant to help shape future of scholarly publishing - Emory Report
Feb 22 '17
U.S. Poet Laureate Decries Trump Wall - The Emory Wheel
Feb 21 '17
Anjulet Tucker: Embracing the community of Chicago Steppin in Atlanta - Emory Report
Feb 17 '17
City Lights: Juan Felipe Herrera - WABE
Feb 16 '17
Creative Loafing Recommends: Juan Felipe Herrera - Creative Loafing
Feb 14 '17
Feast of Words toasts Emory's faculty authors - Emory Report
Feb 13 '17
Emory Playwriting Fellow incorporates student research in award-winning play - Emory Report
Feb 13 '17
Emory's IT Self Service Portal gets major facelift - Emory Report
Feb 09 '17
Closer Look: 'Patterson Papers'; 'Snap Judgment'; And More - WABE
Jan 31 '17
Feast of Words celebrates Emory authors, editors - Emory Report
Jan 25 '17
U.S. Poet Laureate Herrera to give free reading at Emory - Emory News Center
Jan 24 '17
History of movie censorship in Atlanta kicks off "Memorial Drive" series - Emory News Center
Jan 23 '17
Women's March Signs Are Headed To Museums And Libraries Across The Globe - The Huffington Post
Jan 23 '17
Memorial Drive series looks at the unexpurgated history of film censorship in Atlanta - ArtsATL
Jan 13 '17
Billops-Hatch exhibit events kick off with Fahamu Pecou - Emory News Center
Dec 16 '16
Emory Board of Trustees elects new members - Emory News Center
Dec 13 '16
Headed for the Big Apple? Visit the sidewalk photographic exhibit of Rose Library materials - Emory Report
Dec 13 '16
Photos: Pet Therapy Study Break - Emory News Center
Dec 08 '16
Georgia's top poets read the Bard at Emory and the room melts - AJC
Dec 05 '16
Trainings abound to help Emory faculty transition to Canvas - Emory Report
Nov 30 '16
Emory gets papers of civil rights hero, editor, Gene Patterson - Atlanta Journal-Constitution
Nov 30 '16
Special events bid farewell to the First Folio - Emory Report
Nov 29 '16
Rose Library acquires papers of Southern civil rights journalist Gene Patterson - Emory News Center
Nov 29 '16
Dana White remembered as dedicated professor, historian - Emory Report
Nov 29 '16
Therapy dogs return for stress-relief study break - Emory Report
Nov 21 '16
EmoryThanks video highlights appreciation for donors - Emory Report
Nov 08 '16
Much ado about the First Folio - Emory News Center
Nov 08 '16
Emory's Carlos Museum Puts Shakespeare's First Folio On Exhibit - WABE
Nov 04 '16
Emory museum has treat for Shakespeare fans: rare First Folio of plays -
Nov 04 '16
Shakespeare's First Folio on display at Emory - Decaturish
Nov 04 '16
Big Manuscript on Campus: Rare Shakespeare book on display at Emory -
Nov 02 '16
Emory welcomes Shakespeare's First Folio - Emory News Center
Nov 02 '16
Shakespeare's First Folio comes to Emory - Atlanta Magazine
Nov 01 '16
Rare opportunity to see Shakespeare's First Folio at Emory's Carlos Museum - Gwinnett Citizen
Oct 26 '16
Author shares First Folio history and Folger library founder's obsession - Emory Report
Oct 24 '16
Justin Shaw: Shakespeare scholarship, with a modern twist - Emory Report
Oct 18 '16
Experts outline best sources for fact-checking the presidential race - Emory Report
Oct 14 '16
Artists Fahamu Pecou and Camille Billops on resistance, staying true - The Atlanta Journal Constitution
Oct 06 '16
Emory professors explore rich intersections of history and poetry - Emory Report
Oct 04 '16
Emory Updates Site on Holocaust Denial - Inside Higher Ed
Oct 03 '16
'Denial' brings Emory professor's battle for historical truth to the big screen - Emory Report
Oct 03 '16
Emory's Holocaust Denial on Trial website redesigned, relaunched - Emory News Center
Oct 01 '16
The Art of Condolence - The New York Times
Sept 27 '16
Emory celebrates Shakespeare as First Folio's arrival nears - Emory Report
Sept 20 '16
Emory Set To Display Rare Shakespeare "First Folio" - WABE 90.1 FM
Sept 19 '16
Shakespeare and the business model that made his plays must-reads - Saporta Report
Sept 16 '16
Political experts will examine how to separate fact from spin - Emory News Center
Sept 14 '16
Exhibit on African American art and culture takes flight at Woodruff Library - Emory Report
Sept 12 '16
Preview: Revolutionary Archivists: "Still Raising Hell" at the Robert W. Woodruff Library - ArtsATL
Sept 08 '16
Colloquium series to explore issues of race, ethnicity - Emory News Center
Sept 07 '16
Libraries share data to trace ancient Chinese books - China Daily USA
Sept 06 '16
Seamus Heaney exhibition to draw 120,000 visitors - Irish Examiner
Sept 02 '16
August 2016: 10 things to do for $10 or less - Emory Report
Aug 27 '16
Former U.S. Poet Laureate Trethewey Places Her Archive at Emory University - Library Journal Info Docket
Aug 24 '16
News Briefs: Theaster Gates returns to Emory for September and the winner of the Laura Patricia Calle grant is announced - ArtsATL
Aug 13 '16
Billops-Hatch archives of African American arts materials to be on display at Emory - Emory News Center
Aug 02 '16
Zenith of AIDS epidemic in Atlanta recorded in photo collection now open at Emory - Saporta Report
Jul 25 '16
Photo collection documenting early days of AIDS epidemic now open at Emory - Emory Report
Jul 18 '16
Research Libraries: Georgia Tech, Emory Begin Resource Sharing - Library Journal Info Docket
Jul 11 '16
Records of Sigma Pi Phi, first fraternal organization for African American men, now open at Emory - Emory News Center
Jun 28 '16
Enjoy the lighter side of Shakespeare in "A Goodly Commodity" exhibit at the Woodruff Library - Emory News Center
Jun 20 '16
1,000 Vintage Postcards Show Famous Actors Performing Shakespeare's Plays from 1880 to 1914 -
Jun 16 '16
Women In The Civil Rights Movement - SCLC/WOMEN papers - GPB News
Jun 14 '16
New Historical Archive at Emory University Now Available for Scholarly Research - Journal of Blacks in Higher Education
Jun 06 '16
Ga. Archive Traces Shakespeare's Influence Through Postcards - WABE 90.1 FM
May 26 '16
A Sculptor of Black Heroes Leaves a Legacy - New York Times
May 24 '16
Catch campus art exhibits before they end - Emory Report
May 23 '16
Harry Rusche: Reflecting on a half century of teaching - Emory Report
May 22 '16
Emory opens SCLC/WOMEN collection to the public - Atlanta Journal-Constitution
May 17 '16
Ryan Sutherland: Undergraduate research creates a musical legacy - Emory Report
May 17 '16
Emory to replace Blackboard with Canvas learning platform - Emory News Center
May 17 '16
Canvas to Replace Blackboard as University's Learning Management System - Emory Wheel
May 16 '16
Little Red Corvette by Kevin Young - The New Yorker
May 11 '16
Alumni can sign up to enjoy multitude of Emory Libraries privileges - Emory Report
May 10 '16
The Mysterious Letter Writer Who Beguiled Flannery O'Connor and Iris Murdoch - The New Yorker
May 09 '16
Georgia Poet Pens Ode to Prince in New Yorker -
May 07 '16
The Forgotten History Of African-American Jockeys - NPR
May 05 '16
News Briefs: Anderson's notebooks join Emory's archives - ArtsATL