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Library Events, Displays & Exhibits


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The Marshall University Libraries holds events throughout the year, some library-sponsored and others in collaboration with various campus partners. The Libraries also feature displays and exhibits, most viewable in-person, but many that are available online.












Join Marshall Libraries for a MasterClass on Using Social Explorer

  • Thursday, March 30th
  • 12pm – 1pm
  • Drinko Library 349 & Teams

This one-hour workshop, geared towards faculty and grad students in the social sciences, will focus on using Social Explorer, a library database for analyzing and visualizing the characteristics of almost any location.

  • Get an overview of Social Explorer’s research and teaching tools
  • Create your own maps to see trends and make comparisons over time and place
  • Create tables and export data off the platform to gain insights and help make decisions

Here is the link to the in-person registration (lunch will be provided).

Here is the link to the virtual Teams meeting (no registration required).








Russia's War in Ukraine: Weekly Update and Panel Discussion. Fridays at 1 p.m. EST via Microsoft Teams
Marshall University professors Dr. Victor Fet, Dr. Kateryna Schray, Dr. Anara Tabyshalieva, Dr. Chris White, and Dr. Stefan Schoeberlein will co-moderate weekly panel discussions along with invited guests and experts about the War in Ukraine. Updates will be followed by in-depth discussions on the war’s relevance to Ukraine, Russia and other nations.
Links to the recordings of each panel discussion are available at Sponsored by Marshall University Libraries.


Check out the MU Libraries and Center for Excellence for Recovery and Counseling Services Mental Health Resource Guide at


Visit the Victor Animatograph Lantern slides collection at


Visit the online exhibit of the works of West Virginia native, Irvin Dugan at

Visit the virtual exhibit Historic Huntington Businesses: The Birth of Huntington, W.Va. 1871-1900 at:

Fall 2022 @ MU Libraries


Library Exhibits and Events


Film Screening & Discussion: 1968 Night of the Living Dead

Oct. 24th 2022 in Drinko 402 at 5pm  We will be livestreaming the discussion on Microsoft Teams here starting at 7pm for those unable to join us in person.  The film can be found here on YouTube.



Quilting is NOT a Lost Art: Piecemakers Quilt Group of St. Peter Clavers Church of Huntington

Exhibition Fall 2022

Exhibition Celebration Oct. 3rd 4pm Atrium

See a virtual preview here


Intellectual Freedom Book Display

2nd floor & 3rd floor, Drinko Library


Victor Animatograph Lantern Slides 

Special Collections Virtual Exhibit


Historic Huntington Businesses: The Birth of Huntington, W. Va. 1871-1900  

Special Collections Virtual Exhibit


Irvin Dugan: Cartoonist 

Special Collections Virtual Exhibit