Catch up on popular movie series this summer! Our Multimedia Center display features many great movie series for you to borrow today!
Come check out our Summer Series display in the Multimedia Center! Library students and staff pulled together these popular series for you to borrow and enjoy.
Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
Harry Potter and Chamber of Secrets
Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Raiders of the Lost Ark
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
Lord of the Rings
These movies and many more are available to borrow from our Multimedia Center on level 2 of Dimond Library.
Rise to the 603 Challenge and choose to support the UNH Library! This annual giving event runs from June 3 - 8. Donations of all sizes are encouraged and participation of any kind is appreciated!
A variety of monster inspired books and videos are now on display in Dimond Library, celebrating Professor Krasner's British Literature III: Monsters and Machines summer course! Come check out this monstrous display soon!
Explore the cultural diversity of New Hampshire at our latest museum exhibit! Photography by Becky Field.
Stop by the Multimedia Center to borrow a movie today!
Our April movie display features a collection of movies compiled by one of our student workers that will take you on a trip back to the 1800s! The display features 25 films including the following:
- Sense and Sensibility
- Northanger Abbey
- Pride and Prejudice
- Oliver Twist
- Mansfield Park
- Jane Eyre
- Great Expectations
- Anna Karenina
Learn more about borrowing multimedia from our collection.
Join us on March 27 and 28 as former National Endowment for the Humanities Chairman, William D. Adams, discusses NEH’s public humanities work at a presentation and round table community discussion at UNH.
April 5—May 31
The University Museum is sponsoring a photography exhibition on the cultural, ethnic, and religious diversity of the Granite State. The exhibition features the work of New Hampshire photographer Becky Field, who has been documenting the lives of the state’s immigrant and refugee families since 2012.
In a state known for low cultural diversity, Field uses her camera to illustrate and celebrate the lives of new Americans. She has been welcomed into homes of recent immigrants and refugees and has photographed traditional and sacred ceremonies. A book of her photographs, Different Roots, Common Dreams: New Hampshire’s Cultural Diversity, has won two national awards.
Thursday, April 12, 5-7 p.m.
University Museum, Dimond Library
Field will discuss her work, and the Himalayan Heritage Music Group will play traditional South Asian music. The event is free and open to the public.
For more information about this exhibit, email Dale Valena or call 603-862-1081.
These events are co-sponsored by the UNH Library and the UNH College of Liberal Arts.
The University of New Hampshire will welcome former National Endowment for the Humanities Chairman William D. Adams as he discusses NEH’s public humanities work. Adams was appointed chairman of NEH by former President Barack Obama in 2014. Prior to serving at NEH, he was president of Colby College and Bucknell University. He is currently a senior fellow at the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in New York.
Adams recently shared some thoughts about Why the Humanities Matter in an interview with UNH Today.
Register online or call 603-862-1541
Adams will be on campus March 27 and 28 for a presentation and roundtable discussion. Attendance is free for both programs, but advance registration is required.
The Common Good: The Humanities & Public Life
Tuesday, March 27
This presentation will address the ways humanists at universities can bring their perspectives and insights to bear on public life in the United States in these challenging times.
Grand Challenges and the Humanities: A Roundtable & Community Discussion
Wednesday, March 28
Courtyard Reading Room, Dimond Library
The panelists are William Adams; Heidi Bostic, dean of the UNH College of Liberal Arts; and Ross Gittell, chancellor of the Community College System of New Hampshire.