Join Nicky Agate (Penn Libraries) and Lisa Nichols (Office of Research Services) as they discuss the advantages of getting an ORCID for research visibility, getting credit for a broad range of work, and reducing the amount of time you spend filling out forms!
Research in anthropology and archaeology involves compiling many sources - everything from books & journal articles to maps, interviews, and a variety of media. Learn how to use the free and user-friendly software, Zotero, in order to collect your sources, keep your research organized, and generate citations for your papers.
This workshop will examine ethical norms surrounding the reuse and documentation of your own and others’ previously-published work in your dissertation.
No green thumb? No worries! Drop in and make a paper or felt plant to decorate your space.
Join us for talks with Efrén C. Olivares, whose memoir My Boy Will Die of Sorrow chronicles his work as an immigrant lawyer in South Texas.
Learn the fundamentals of setting type and letterpress printing on the Vandercook cylinder presses at the Common Press letterpress and book arts studio.
Displaying a selection of Japanese books from the Arthur Tress collection along with Tress’s own photography, this exhibition engages Tress’s practices as both artist and collector, juxtaposing the two media to present moments of unexpected visual poetry that resonate across place and time.
You've learned the basics of NVivo, but want to do more exploration. Come to this workshop to learn about code management, cases and classifications, and get started with complex queries. We will also touch on teamwork in NVivo.
In conjunction with the exhibition Arthur Tress and the Japanese Illustrated Book, this symposium will bring together scholars to discuss the world of Japanese books and collecting.