November 18, 2020 12:00 PM to 1:00 PMUptown Campus
Tune in to the culminating live events of Tulane University Libraries (TUL) Faculty Author Spotlight series. Seventeen of the faculty participants will be discussing their recent publications and answering questions live about their field of study over three days. Moderated by librarians Melissa Chomintra and Courtney Kearney, attendees will be able to engage with the authors over a casual brown-bag style Zoom meeting. The final panel group will be Michael Brumbaugh , Charles R. Figley, Elizabeth Gross, Jana Lipman, Felicia McCarren, and Jonathan Morton.
In 2019, Tulane University Libraries (TUL) librarians created the Faculty Author Spotlight series to promote current scholarship on campus. As the informational hub of campus, TUL has continued the Faculty Author Spotlight in 2020 as a virtual program in an effort to unite the campus during these unprecedented times. This digital collection is available to all Tulane affiliates and the public in an effort to celebrate the authors, promote the extensive scholarship at Tulane, and encourage cross campus scholarly conversations. Covid19 presents the Tulane community with the need for new ways to support faculty engagement interests. The virtual Faculty Author Spotlight will allow librarians to continue to support and engage with faculty during this adjusted semester. Videos have been released every Monday and Friday this semester since September 14, 2020.
***The Zoom meeting link will be provided upon registration at https://tulane.libcal.com/event/7276946?hs=a.***
Live Zoom Q&As Schedule:
Monday, November 16, 2020 12pm-1pm
Ronna Burger, Dennis Kehoe, Kris Lane, Nancy Maveety, Adam McKeown, Esra Ozcan
Tuesday, November 17, 2020 12pm-1pm
Joan Blakely, Joel Dinerstein, Victor Holtcamp, Mimi Schippers, Nubian Sun
Wednesday, November 18, 2020 12pm-1pm
Michael Brumbaugh , Charles R. Figley, Elizabeth Gross, Jana Lipman, Felicia McCarren, Jonathan Morton
All videos can be found on TUL's YouTube channel here. Follow us on Facebook, twitter, Instagram, and LinkedIn for updates on the Faculty Author Spotlight Series.