Attend library forum to learn about a variety of topics including faculty research, Open Educational Resources, and more. Please contact Janet Vogel if you need to attend via Zoom.
September 8: Roxanne Sorrick, Ph.D.: Trauma-Informed Education
October 27: Merose Hwang, Ph.D. and Janet Vogel: Using Open Educational Resources in the Classroom
December 7 in the Instruction Room on the Library's 3rd floor: Albertha Marin, Madelyn Sagle, and Hallie Talbot: Search for Humanity After Atrocity Conference Report and Photo Essay
The search for humanity after atrocity is as imperative as it is elusive, but recent strides in endeavors such as genocide studies, restorative justice, and peacebuilding, are generating renewed interest and debate. The conference that 3 Hiram College students, Albertha Marin, Madelyn Sagle, and Hallie Talbot attended with Professor Merose Hwang in October 2022 engaged students, scholars and practitioners to pursue projects that energize the acknowledgment and negotiation of genocides and other atrocities’ multi-layered consequences. Our students will share a photo essay of what they learned from this conference. Professor Hwang will also be on hand to answer any questions people may have about Hiram College’s Peace Corps Preparatory Program.
January 26: Carol Kercher, Ph.D.
February 23: Kirsten Parkinson, Ph.D.
April 27: Elena Iglesias Villamel, Ph.D.
Did you know that the library has a board and card games available for checkout on the first floor? Learn to play the games and then take them home. Games check out for 7 days.
The Friends of the Library host events in conjunction with the Hiram College Library. All Friends events are open to the public.
The biggest event of the year with thousands of books, LPs, DVDs, CDs, and more in the Pritchard Room on the Library's second floor.
Thursday, March 23: 9 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Friday, March 24: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Saturday March 25: 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Sunday, March 26: 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. (Fill a bag for $1)
Monday, March 27: 9 a.m. to Noon (Fill a bag for $1)
Hardcover books, DVDs, LPs, and CDs: $1
Paperback books: $0.50
Sets and specialty items: Prices as marked
Fall 2021 Program with Ben Wolford, The Portager: View the recording.
Fall 2022 Program with Dr. Tim Rasinski: The Art and Science of Reading. View the recording.