Monthly Archives: October 2011

An interview with artist George Rothacker on his upcoming Havana ’59 show

Eastern University, Friends of Warner Memorial Library, and Pennsylvania Trust are hosting a show of local artist George Rothacker’s Havana paintings to raise support towards the David R. Black Academic Enrichment Fund. The show takes place November 11, 6pm-9pm at Bolingbrook Mansion. In the summer of 2010, local artist George Rothacker visited Havana, Cuba to […]

Celebrating the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible

This year marks the 400th anniversary of the King James Bible.  In 1604, King James I requested that the English Bible be revised.  The new revised edition was published in 1611.  In 1782, the first KJ Bible was published in America. Warner Library is celebrating the anniversary of the King James Bible by displaying a […]

On a quest for images? Check out our new Image Quest database!

For the past two years, Warner Library subscribed to AP Images. This database contained images from professional photographers who belong to the Associate Press.  Images found in AP Images were great for visually illustrating current events in the news as well as past events. This year, we decided to discontinue our subscription to AP Images […]

Using the new ProQuest display

This summer ProQuest released it’s new platform. Before, ProQuest products like ProQuest and Illumina had to be searched using separate interfaces. Now, the new platform combines ProQuest, Illumina, and selected Chadwyck-Healey products. Eventually all ProQuest products will be available through this new display. In early August our ProQuest rep., Sharon, came by the library and […]

New database for Religious Studies students & scholars!

From Alexander Street Press, the library just subscribed to The Digital Library of Classic Protestant Texts. Here is a little information about it from the database’s site: A uniquely exhaustive resource for historians, theologians, political scientists, and sociologists studying the religious and social upheavals of the 16th and 17th centuries, the Digital Library of Classic […]