#BannedBooksWeek: ‘Beloved’ by Nobel Prize in Literature Winner, Toni Morrison (@aaknopf @penguinusa, 1987). “Part ghost story, part history lesson, part folk tale, ‘Beloved’ finds beauty in the unbearable, and lets us all see the enduring promise of hope that lies in anyone’s future.” You can check out this banned/challenged book #InsideChesnuttLibrary! #ChesnuttLibrary #PicturesOfText #BookCover #FayState #BroncoPride #FSUBroncos #AcademicLibrary #Library (9.23.2014) (at Charles W. Chesnutt Library)

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It’s #BannedBooksWeek! Come to the library to see our display. Check the online catalog for banned and challenged items in our collection like #TheBluestEye, #CaptainUnderpants, #TheKiteRunner, #MySistersKeeper, and #OfMiceAndMen. #InsideChesnuttLibrary #ChesnuttLibrary #BookList #FayState #BroncoPride #FSUBroncos (9.22.2014) (at Charles W. Chesnutt Library)

We want to see you when you’re in #ChesnuttLibrary! Find us in the Locations. Tag us. Use the hashtag #InsideChesnuttLibrary. One way or another, let us see you! #FayState #BroncoPride #FSUBroncos #FayState18 #FayState17 #AcademicLibrary #Library (9.17.2014) // cc: @fsubronconation @faystate18 @faystatesga @faystatesac @fsuroyalcourt @faystategsa @ncnw_fsubroncos @fsubroncomile (at Charles W. Chesnutt Library)

Make sure y’all attend the ribbon cutting of the newly renovated Student Center!


Take some pictures and show us you were there for a chance to win this prize pack. The ribbon cutting is from 6-8pm. Tag us in a picture with #ChesnuttLibrary or at us with @ChesnuttLibrary between the hours of 6 and 8pm. Nothing before or after will be included in the drawing. Then, on Thursday the 18th we will have a drawing and one person will win the entire prize pack!


So, attend the Student Center ribbon cutting and share a photo with us between 6-8pm!


Thanks to @faystateose @cape22 @scyntaxx1 @faystatesga! #FayState #BroncoPride #FSUBroncos #FayState18 #FayState17 (at Rudolph Jones Student Center)

[From the New Books Shelf]:


“Can Animals Be Moral” by @OUPAcademc author Mark Rowlands.

"Animals can’t do all that we can do, but they can act on the basis of some moral reasons—basic moral reasons involving concern for others. And when they do this, they are doing just what we do when we act on the basis of these reasons: They are acting morally."


This book is available for checkout #InsideChesnuttLibrary! #AnimalEmotions #Philosophy #Ethics #NewBooks #PicturesOfText #NewBooksShelf #ChesnuttLibrary #FayState #BroncoPride #FSUBroncos (9.17.2014) (at Charles W. Chesnutt Library)

[From the New Books Shelf]:


“Applied Drama/Theatre as Social intervention in Conflict and Post-Conflict Contexts” edited by Hazel Barnes and Marié-Heleen Coetzee (Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2014).

From the publisher: “This book explores the use of drama or theatre texts about, as approaches to, or methodologies for, interventions in conflict and post-conflict contexts (…) It includes chapters predominantly from South Africa, but also from rural Nigeria and New Zealand, reflecting work on conflict in prisons, tertiary and secondary education, cities, villages and families. It also contains two new original play scripts, both resulting in acclaimed performances.”

This book is available for checkout #InsideChesnuttLibrary! #TheatreStudies #FilmStudies #NewBooks #PicturesOfText #NewBooksShelf #ChesnuttLibrary #FayState #BroncoPride #FSUBroncos (9.16.2014) (at Charles W. Chesnutt Library)

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