Fiona Sampson: Virtual Poetry Reading and Lecture
The Armstrong Browning Library in conjunction with the Beall Poetry Festival welcomes Fiona Sampson, author of 28 books of poetry and nonfiction, including the critically acclaimed In Search of Mary Shelley and 2021's Two-Way Mirror: The Life of Elizabeth Barrett Browning.
Paulo Freire Centennial: Celebrating the Founder of Critical Pedagogy
Paulo Freire (1921-1997) was a Brazilian educator and philosopher known the world over as founder and advocate of the school of thought known as critical pedagogy. This fall marks 100 years since Freire’s birth, and Baylor will be recognizing this centennial with a series of events across campus.
Totalitarianism, Faith, and Dissent: Czech Catholic Vaclav Benda and Beyond
The Baylor Libraries present engaging virtual and in-person events throughout the year. Explore our past events that reflect the richness of our collections.
Events: Sep 2021
|9/02 (9 - 10 am)||Learning to Build Your Canvas Course|
|9/02 (11 am - 12 pm)||Facing Forward: Afghanistan After America|
|9/03 (1 - 1:30 pm)||Canvas Advanced Topics|
|9/06 (All Day)||Labor Day - University Holiday|
|9/07 (11 am - 12 pm)||Webex Meetings for New Users|
|9/10 (1 - 2:30 pm)||Fundamentals of Data Research (FDR) Fellows 2021|
|9/14 (11 am - 12 pm)||What's New in Webex|
|9/15 (3 - 5 pm)||The Armstrong Browning Library & Museum and The Beall Poetry Festival present Fiona Sampson|
|9/16 (3 - 4 pm)||The Armstrong Browning Library & Museum and The Beall Poetry Festival present Fiona Sampson|
|9/21 (3 - 5 pm)||Paulo Freire Centennial: Celebration Kick-Off and Documentary Screening|
|9/22 (1 - 2 pm)||Using Breakouts in Webex Meetings|
|9/24 - 9/25||Family Weekend|