Fresno State’s Henry Madden Library presents Information Studies scholar and distinguished Fresno State alumna Dr. Safiya Umoja Noble, who will talk about her latest book, Algorithms of Oppression, which skewers Google and other search engines for reinforcing racism and sexism.The lecture is presented as part of the Womack Lecture Series, funded by the J. Printise Womack...Read More on the Noble Event
Friends of the Madden Library present “To Dam Or Not To Dam?” where the question to be discussed is whether increased water storage is worth the costs.
The Madden Library brings together two experts with opposing views: In favor is Mario Santoyo, executive director of the San Joaquin Valley Water Infrastructure Authority; and opposed is Chris Acree, executive director of ...Read More on the Dam Event
The Arne Nixon Center Advocates and Secret Garden Party sponsors invite you to join them for a Secret Garden Party. Funds raised at this event will be used to support the creation of a community mural designed by the award winning children’s illustrator and muralist, Rafael López. Together we will add beauty to a Fresno neighborhood.
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Alex Gino, the award-winning author, will visit Fresno on April 9 and 10th. Please join us in welcoming them!
The Arne Nixon Center for the Study of Children's Literature and the Cross Cultural and Gender Center and Lesbian,Gay, Bisexual, Transgender + Allies Network at Fresno State and the community organization, Trans-E-Motion have partnered to bring Mx. Gino to Fresno to speak for...Read More on the Gino Visit
The Henry Madden Library is pleased to help announce the first Undergraduate Research and Writing Prizes. For rules, eligibility and more information visit: Undergraduate Writing Conference
We invite people of all gender identities expressions transgender cisgender and gender nonconforming women.
Wikimedia Foundation found that less than 10% of its contributors identify as female. While the reasons for the gender gap are up for debate, the practical effect of this disparity is not. Content is skewed by the lack of female participation. This represents an alarming...Read More on the Editathon
Our exhibition will feature Corky Normart’s cityscapes of Fresno and Jerusalem, landscapes of the region and a selection of dynamic new work.
This local artist received international recognition for designing the Dome of the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem. Elements of this commission, along with Normart’s paintings, will be included in the exhibition.
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Join the Friends of the Madden Library for the “Defeating the Digital Information Gap” event. Alexis Rossi, Librarian, speaker and Director of Media & Access at Internet Archive, will speak about the nonprofit online library, and the digitization of hard to find books as a way of providing more access to knowledge for all.
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The Henry Madden Library presents the Collecting Culture: Early Native American Collections From Central California exhibition taking place in the Leon S. Peters Ellipse Gallery (2nd floor, North Wing).
Objects are on loan from the collections of Table Mountain Rancheria and The Field Museum of Natural History, Chicago, Illinois.
The Henry Madden Library is pleased to offer business and economics research workshops to help students learn about valuable information resources. Each session includes a brief overview of the research process and tools, and ample time to do their own guided searching.
Advanced registration is strongly suggested due to the limited seating. Register today at:...Read More on the Business Events
The Madden Library is a proud participant of the Day of Giving happening November 2nd! How can you help? Donate money and become an ambassador or get social!
What is Day of Giving? D.O.G. is a 24-hour fund drive with a focus on social media. Simply go to dayofgiving.fresnostate.edu and choose from these three Library funds or...Read More on the DOG
The Madden Library is a proud participant for the first annual Free Museum Day happening October 28th!
This fun-filled day of exploration is presented by the Greater Fresno Alliance of Museums & Educational Sites. Select museums and educational sites in Fresno, Madera and Tulare counties will come together to celebrate. Participating sites will offer free admission to visitors...Read More on the Museum Events
The Friends of the Madden Library present Fake News: Alternative Facts and Media Bias, a panel discussion with Fresno Bee Executive Editor and Senior Vice President Jim Boren, journalist and writer Lloyd Carter and PowerTalk radio host Trevor Carey. Moderated by Fresno State Professor Faith Sidlow.
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Fake News: Alternative Facts and Media Bias...
The Arne Nixon Center Advocates invite you to join Frans Vischer author, illustrator and animator for an ANCA annual meeting presentation on Thursday, October 19, in the Fresno State University Dining Hall.
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- Thursday, October 19, 2017 in Fresno State's University Dining Hall
- 5:30 p.m....
The Henry Madden Library is pleased to offer personal financial management workshops to help students learn about related skills and resources. Learn how to better manage your personal finances to maximize your college experience and beyond.
Advanced registration is strongly suggested due to the limited seating. Register today at:...Read More on the Money Smart Events
Hoàng Chi Tru̕̕o̕ng returns to her Fresno home to talk about her newly published memoir, TigerFish: A Memoir of a South Vietnamese Colonel’s Daughter. The book chronicles the author’s childhood in Vietnam and her coming-of-age story as she and her family grapple with the loss of their national identity and the challenges of acculturation as refugees in America. It offers poignant...Read More on the Tigerfish Events
Interested in a public library card? Want to know more about the Fresno County Public Library (FCPL) or interested in volunteering opportunities for the summer?
Get Your Fresno County Public Library Cards!
Learn more and volunteer with FCPL
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Please join the Arne Nixon Center in welcoming award-winning author, and the Arne Nixon Center’s second Artist-in-Residence, Maya Christina Gonzalez.
Maya Christina Gonzalez is an illustrator, author, progressive educator, activist and publisher who was awarded the second Arne Nixon Center’s Artist-in-Residence Fellowship prize. She will be in Fresno the week of September 25 - 29 and...Read More on the Gonzalez Events
A series of paint parties to support the Arne Nixon Center for the Study of Children’s Literature at Fresno State will be held on various Wednesday evenings, at various locations in Fresno and Clovis, during the summer. Guests are encouraged to arrive early to purchase food and drinks from the restaurant.
Funds from the Canvas and Cordials Paint Party, presented by the...Read More on the Paint Party
It's here, the grand hatching and open house for the Laureate Lab Visual Words Studio. Come join us for this wonderful and memorable event which is co-sponsored by the Madden Library, the Office of the Provost, the College of Arts and Humanities and the Division of Research and Graduate Studies.
There will be a special public presentation at 2:15 p.m. featuring: U.S. Poet Laureate...Read More on the Studio Opening
Join the College of Arts and Humanities, the Henry Madden Library and Provost Dr. Lynnette Zelezny for the opening and dedication of the new Philip Levine Reading Room.
Philip Levine, U.S. Poet Laureate and beloved Professor Emeritus of English, will be honored in this beautiful space overlooking the Fresno State Peace Garden.
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Philip Levine Reading Room Opening...
Once again the Henry Madden Library is holding a “Write-In” event to assist you with completing your research paper.
Librarians and Writing Center tutors will be available to answer your questions and work with you.
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Spring 2017 WRITE-IN
- 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 3, 2017 4:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 4, 2017
The Henry Madden Library presents a collaborative exhibition, and series of events, which examine the incarceration of 120,000 Japanese Americans in “exclusion areas” authorized by Executive Order 9066 which was signed on February 19, 1942, by President Franklin D. Roosevelt. This action had deep and profound consequences for all the families affected and the communities they...Read More on the 9066 exhibition
You’re invited to the third annual “Reading About Water Student Showcase” to be held in the Henry Madden Library.
Join students from across Fresno State as they display and discuss their projects from the third Reading About Water initiative. Over 400 Fresno State students in more than a dozen classes are reading Blue Mind in their courses.
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The Friends of the Madden Library and the Central Valley Water Awareness Committee present Now What? Retaining Good Habits in a Wet Year with Gazebo Gardens CEO, Scott Miller.
Scott Miller has nearly 30 years of horticulture experience. He is a recognized industry leader and a former Fresno Chamber of Commerce chairman. In...Read More on the Gazebo Event
The Henry Madden Library, in cooperation with the Fresno County Public Library, is offering a training session for Finding Grant Funds Using the Foundation Directory Online instructed by our librarian, Britt Foster.
A hands-on introduction to the Foundation Directory Online, a resource for finding public and private foundations and granting organizations. There will be time...Read More on the Grant Funds Training
The Friends of the Madden Library in partnership with the Henry Madden Library at Fresno State present a talk by Karen Korematsu.
Karen is the daughter of Fred Korematsu, who was a key figure in a landmark U. S. Supreme Court case that challenged the constitutionality of Executive Order 9066.
Congressman Jim Costa or his representative will be presenting a Congressional...Read More on the Korematsu Talk
The Henry Madden Library at Fresno State in partnership with the College of Social Sciences and the Sociology Department present Nikiko Masumoto performing What We Could Carry.
This one-woman show is developed and performed by Nikiko Masumoto, a Del Rey peach farmer, public arts performer and a member of the College of Arts and Humanities Advisory Board. Masumoto performed an...Read More on the Masumoto Performance
The Henry Madden Library at Fresno State continues its Brown Bag Talks with a Food Justice @ Fresno State presentation with Dr. Mario Sifuentez, UC Merced historian and author of: Of Forests and Fields: Mexican Labor in the Pacific Northwest
The event is co-sponsored by the...Read More on the Sifuentez Event
Join us for this Untenured Faculty Organization workshop, sponsored by the Fresno State Digital Repository (FSDR). The FSDR is the open access repository for the intellectual and cultural capital of California State University, Fresno.
Attend this workshop with librarians Lucy Liu and Britt Foster and learn: