Stuart A. Rose Library

Northern Irish poet Sinead Morrissey delivered a carefully curated selection of her poems in in a poetry reading at Emory’s Stuart A. Rose Library on April 3. A Professor of Creative Writing at the University of Newcastle in Callaghan, Australia, ...

Although Emory senior security officer Dennis House might appear intimidating in uniform, students often stop by the Woodruff Library security desk to exchange greetings and jokes with him. The Emory Wheel shadowed House during part of the library’s latest shift, ...

A collection of personal letters Harper Lee wrote to her friend and architect Harold Caulfield is set to be open to students and scholars for research purposes at the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Books Library, according to ...

Director of the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library Rosemary Magee is stepping down March 1 after six years in the position. Associate Director Jennifer Meehan will serve as interim director until the new director is selected, ...

Emory’s Stuart A. Rose Library has obtained documents from playwright Douglas Turner Ward, a prominent figure in African American theater. Ward cofounded and served as the artistic director of the Negro Ensemble Company (NEC), one of the first spaces for ...