News & Events

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Facilities Update: Stauffer Library
The fourth floor of Stauffer Library will be closed for facilities work the morning of Saturday November 18th and is scheduled to re-open for study at 11:00 a.m. Thank you for your understanding.   
Remembrance Day Display
Remembrance day display in the Education Library
Please stop by the Education Library to view a display of classroom resources for Remembrance Day. Resources include picture books that cover topics on WW I and II, illustrated versions of John...
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Stauffer Library Capacity
Students interested in coming to Stauffer Library to study have a tool to help them see how busy the university’s largest library is. Through a partnership with the AMS, the library’s homepage...
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Please join us as we celebrate GIS Day in Stauffer Library’s Speakers Corner, starting at 1pm on Wednesday, November 15, 2017!         GIS Day provides an international forum for users of geographic...
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Calling all Queen’s undergraduate students. Want to learn about the many ways that you can add to your degree and enrich your Queen’s experience? Join us on November 14 from 4 - 7 pm on the main...
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Queen's University Arthur Lower Canadian History Workshop Series
Please mark your calendars for the premier event in the 2017-18 Queen's University Arthur Lower Canadian History Workshop Series. Dr. Laura Murray (English and Cultural Studies, Queen’s University)...
New Exhibit Opening November 9
Please join us at W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections on Thursday, November 9 at 2:30 pm for the opening of our new exhibit, Biblia Sacra: The Bible as Book.  On display will be rare and...
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Travellers through Empire: Indigenous Voyages from Early Canada
In celebration of University Press Week The Department of History, Queen’s University, and McGill-Queen’s University Press Present a public lecture by Cecilia Morgan based on her new book: Travellers...
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History Seminar Series Presents Dr. John McNeill
The Department of History Seminar Series presents Dr. John McNeill, Professor at Walsh School of Foreign Service and President-elect of the American Historical Association for a talk entitled: The...