Writings from World War I in America

On the 100th anniversary of the U.S. involvement in the war, please join us for readings of poetry and prose written by American soldiers and civilians during World War I. Dr. Geoffrey Wawro, professor and Director of the Military History Center in the UNT Department of History, will facilitate discussion about the readings and provide insight into personal, political and environmental factors that may have inspired these writings.
 

Music Cataloging Institute

UNT Libraries will host a summer Music Cataloging Institute June 12-16, 2017. Beginning and intermediate music catalogers, including those whose work also involves other types of materials, will benefit from this seminar-style, hands-on experience. The principal instructor will be Jean Harden, Coordinator of Music Technical Services, assisted by Janelle West, Music Catalog Librarian, and Ralph Hartsock, Senior Music Catalog Librarian. Participants will create full catalog records for several items during the week. Space is limited to 10 registrants.

Pixels & Pieces: Speaker Series with Sean McCoy

Sean McCoy of Tuesday Knight Games and designer of Two Rooms and a Boom will join us for a discussion on production and logistics within the tabletop industry, and how these factors influence design. A short Q&A session will follow the lecture and snacks will be provided. 

Pixels & Pieces is our tabletop game design workshop facilitated and lead by the UNT Media Library. Join us to take your game ideas from a concept through testing and production, and let us help you get your prototype into the hands of publishing companies.

Pixels & Pieces: Designing for a Publisher

At this event, game makers will develop critical thinking skills for design through exercises in publisher restrictions.

Pixels & Pieces is our tabletop game design workshop facilitated and lead by the UNT Media Library. Join us to take your game ideas from a concept through testing and production, and let us help you get your prototype into the hands of publishing companies.

This group meets select Thursday nights throughout the semester in the UNT Media Library, Chilton Hall Room 111. Snacks are provided!

Doc Spot Film Series: Ovarian Psychos

Ovarian Psychos takes viewers on a ride through the streets of Eastside Los Angeles with the Ovarian Psychos, an unapologetic crew of women of color, born of feminist ideals, indigenous understanding, and an urban mentality as they confront injustice, racism and violence.

The Doc Spot Film Series is presented by the UNT Media Library. All films screenings this semester will be held during the noon hour in the Willis Library Forum, and attendees are encouraged to bring lunch. Select events will be accompanied by a guest lecturer.