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Apr. 17, 2024
“Soul Culture” Authors Highlight Baylor Libraries Author Series

Truett Seminary Dean and Professor Todd Still will moderate a conversation with Pastors Matt Snowden and Joshua Hays about their recent publication, “Soul Culture,” on Tuesday, April 23, at 3:30 p.m. on the first floor of Moody Library on the campus of Baylor University and online via Zoom Webinar. This Baylor Libraries Author Series event is free and open to the public.

Apr. 5, 2024
Novelist Laura McNeal Pursues the Question, “How Much Bacon is in This Vegan Sandwich?”

Laura McNeal, author of the recently released novel "The Swan’s Nest" that features Robert and Elizabeth Barrett Browning, will speak on the role of invention in historical fiction writing as part of the Armstrong Browning Library & Museum’s annual Browning Day celebration on Friday, April 12, at 3:00 p.m. This event is free and open to the public, and will be followed by audience Q&A, a reception, and book signing. Baylor CAE credit is available for students attending in person.

Apr. 4, 2024
Philip Jenkins and Beth Barr to Discuss “A Storm of Images”

On Thursday, April 11, 2024, at 12:15 p.m. on the first floor of Moody Library, Philip Jenkins, Ph.D., Distinguished Professor of History & Co-Director of the Program on Historical Studies of Religion, and Beth Barr, Ph.D., The James Vardaman Endowed Professor of History. These colleagues will converse about Jenkins’ latest Baylor University Press publication, “A Storm of Images: Iconoclasm and Religious Reformation in the Byzantine World“ (2023). Audience Q&A, a reception with light refreshments, and a book signing will follow the conversation.

Apr. 2, 2024
Yarger Announced as New Health Science Librarian

Heidi Yarger has been appointed Health Science Librarian for the Baylor Libraries after a competitive national search. Yarger earned her Master of Library and Information Science and Master of Arts in Folklore Studies degrees from Indiana University Bloomington in December 2023 and brings experiences that span creative writing, organic farming, beekeeping, course instruction, reference librarianship, and exhibit curation and production.