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Inspired by Yvon Chouinard and Doug Tompkins' 1968 excursion into Patagonia, adventurer Jeff Johnson sets out to retrace the footsteps of his heroes' arduous trek as filmmaker Chris Malloy follows with camera in hand. Despite the thrill of surfing the biggest wave he's ever encountered, Johnson quickly discovers just how treacherous things can get when you decide to challenge Mother Nature's majesty.
"No matter where you watch 180° South, you're bound to feel a little trapped and in need of a vacation, preferably a long one, to a beautiful piece of open country."
- Grayson Schaffer, Outside
See also the Library Guide for the Global Film Series
November is National Novel Writing Month! Come write in at the Belk Library on November 10th from 5:30 to 9pm in Room 028.
Even if you are not writing a novel, feel free to come write with us! Creative writers as well as term paper writers are welcome. There will be food, prizes and tons of fantastic resources to help you write more effectively. Come for the entire time, or drift in and out. We hope you join us!
Open Access Week is a global event that aims to increase awareness of efforts to improve and democratize access to scholarship. Open Access (OA) means free and unrestricted online access to the scholarly and creative work of faculty, students, and researchers throughout the world. Through OA publishing, the creation of digital repositories, maintaining author's rights of distribution, and implementation of OA policies, OA proponents seek to accelerate the pace of scientific discovery, encourage innovation, enrich education, stimulate the economy, and improve the public good.
We invite you to join us for a roundtable discussion: The Scholarly Journal in the 21st Century: A Discussion by Appalachian Journal Editors and Board Members. Monday, October 24, Noon, Belk Library 421. Snacks and refreshments from 11:30 to noon. Contact Paul Orkiszewski, firstname.lastname@example.org, 828 262 6588, for more information.
Appalachian State graduates Dot Barker, Barbara Daye, Wes Weaver, and Jeannine Collins talk about their experience with football games and the Marching Mountaineers in Appalachian State’s Memory and Oral History Project.
Click the audio file to hear snippets of what they told us.
The materials contained in the Appalachian State University Memory Project, 2006-2015, undated Collection are available for free personal, non-commercial, and educational use provided that proper citation is used (e.g. Appalachian State University Memory Project, 2006-2015, undated, W. L. Eury Appalachian Collection, Special Collections, Appalachian State University, Boone, NC). Please contact the Appalachian State University W. L. Eury Appalachian Collection with specific questions or with requests for further information.
“Alumni On” Appalachian State University Digital Collections, accessed [insert date], [insert website address here].
In this classic French horror film the wife of a cruel headmaster and his mistress conspire to kill him, but after the murder is committed, his body disappears, and strange events begin to plague the two women.
"The morbid fascination starts building before the picture is ten minutes gone. By the time it is rolling toward a climax it is spreading the most delicious chills. It is a pip of a murder thriller, ghost story and character play rolled into one."
-Bosley Crowther, NY Times, November 22, 1955
See also the Library Guide for the Global Film Series.
WHEN: October 11 - October 12
WHERE: Borkowski Reading Room - Belk Library and Information Commons (1st floor)
Tuesday, October 11, 11:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Wednesday, October 12, 8:00 AM - 1:00 PM
Cash, All Debit and Credit Cards, Checks and Post-Dated Checks Accepted
BENEFIT FOR FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY
The Modern Language Association (MLA) recently introduced the 8th edition of the MLA Handbook. The 8th edition is available at the Library Service Desk on the 1st floor of the library, and librarians can help you correctly cite your sources.
The library, along with the University Writing Center (lower level), offer additional help with citing from the following guides:
If you need help with managing your citations, see our Library Guide on Choosing a Citation Manager.
An International Doorways Presentation
Monday, October 10 at 12:00 pm
Belk Library, Room 421
Join us for a presentation on Appalachian’s continuing programs for its American Cultural Center (ACC) at Northeastern University, Shenyang, China and for other ACCs in China. Co-PIs Xiaorong Shao and Allan Scherlen (Library) and collaborator Matthew Robinson (Government and Justice Studies) will share highlights of this year’s theme of Academic Writing, in which graduate students at several universities in China participated in both online and in-person workshops. Geri Purpur (Library) will highlight her experience as this year’s exchange librarian at Fudan University in Shanghai.
Begun in 2012 with an initial $100,000 grant from the U.S. State Department, Appalachian has continued its American Culture Center projects in China with three subsequent $50,000 annual grants that have shared scholarly expertise in such areas as sustainability and American culture and history. Appalachian’s collaboration with several Chinese universities through the ACC projects has provided opportunities for students and faculty at both institutions to learn about each other’s culture and discuss issues of common interest.
So come hear from those who have been involved in this past year’s ACC program and the University Library’s cooperation with Chinese university libraries. You may be interested in participating in the program in the future.
Chinese snacks and tea will be served.
Dr. Victoria Jackson is the 2016-2017 Rhinehart Postdoctoral Fellow in British History. She will spend the academic year at Appalachian researching in the Rhinehart Rare Book Collection on British History in Special Collections and writing a book on practices of dining in sixteenth and seventeenth-century Britain.
She grew up in Canada, in a small town north of Toronto, before moving to the United Kingdom. She graduated from the University of Toronto in 2007 with a BA (Hons) in Art History and Italian. In 2009, she earned an MA in Art History from the University of Sussex and in 2014, a PhD in History from the University of Birmingham.
Since finishing her PhD, she’s taught at the University of Birmingham, The Open University, and the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.
You can reach her by email (email@example.com), telephone 828-262-7420, or alternatively just stop by her office Belk Library and Information Commons, Room 434.