Medieval manuscripts and contemporary creations make up two fascinating new displays in MTSU’s James E. Walker Library. “The Art of the Page” features manuscript leaves..
Literary works that provoke controversy and prompt society to reexamine its values are the focus during the James E. Walker Library’s observation of Banned Books..
All signs point to success in finding the right area of MTSU’s James E. Walker Library with bright new directional signs adorning the building this..
In response to student requests, MTSU’s James E. Walker Library will expand and revise its hours beginning Saturday, Aug. 25. The new hours are: Sunday:..
“Big and Small, Wide and Tall: Pop-Up Books and the Function of Scale,” an exhibit demonstrating how size can be manipulated to make a book..
Students entering MTSU for the first time this summer or fall will find a newly revamped James E. Walker Library with the emphasis on collaborative,..
Thanks to the creativity of MTSU art students, patrons of the James E. Walker Library now can see the forest for the trees. To commemorate..
Before the Internet, before television or radio, the U.S. government’s way to assure transparency about its work in the public’s name was to send copies..
MTSU’s James E. Walker Library will host a free public concert in tribute to Mississippi John Hurt at 6 p.m. Friday, March 30, in the..
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