Rose Library

Artist Kosmo Vinyl shared his international perspective on punk and D.I.Y. culture, as well as his experience with The Clash and other bands, at the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book (Rose) Library, which boasts a growing collection ...

Jennifer Gunter King was announced on Tuesday as the new director of the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Books (Rose) Library. King is currently the director of the library at Hampshire College (Mass.), where she has worked since ...

The Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book (Rose) Library plans to open its exhibit, “Building Emory’s African American Collections: Highlights from the Curatorial Career of Randall K. Burkett,” on Sept. 13, drawing from more than 230 manuscript collections ...

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 ...

“Moments trip gently along over here,” a young Barack Obama writes. Obama, then a college student, writes a letter in the winter of 1983 to his then-girlfriend, Alexandra McNear, detailing his usual routine at Columbia University: running on the indoor ...

A letter that inspired Jack Kerouac to write the American classic “On the Road” has been acquired by Emory University’s Rose Library. The 19-page typed letter was written by Beat author Neal Cassady and sent to Kerouac in 1950, according ...

Three Emory University alumni — an editor, a clergywoman and a powerful businessman — have been appointed members of Emory’s Board of Trustees, which oversees University policy and exercises fiduciary responsibility. Crystal Edmonson (95C), Atlanta Business Chronicle broadcast editor; Sue ...

A multimedia exhibition of African American art titled “Still Raising Hell: The Art, Activism, and Archives of Camille Billops and James V. Hatch,” opened Thursday, Sept. 15, in the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives and Rare Book Library. The exhibition, ...

“I call upon you therefore to cast your eyes upon the wretchedness of your brethren, and to do your utmost to enlighten them,” David Walker wrote in his 1829 anti-slavery pamphlet, Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World, the first ...