Upstairs on the 4th floor our stellar Library Technology Services staff have put together a display of DVDs that will make you leap out of your loafers, or crocs, or those toe shoe things. Anyway, they are SCARY (or funny, or scary and funny)! Stop up and grab one or more for the Halloween season!
Every Halloween, millions of Americans get in the spirit of the holiday by dressing up, decorating their homes and offices and telling scary stories. The EIU Philosophy department is joining the festivities with a discussion by a panel of philosophy professors on the existence of the Devil.
We thought we’d join the party and provide a few books, DVDs and reference resources on the topic. As you might imagine, there is a lot to choose from. We’ve only just scratched the surface.
The books and films listed below are available in Booth in various locations. Review the library catalog for details.
Art of the Devil
by Arturo Graf, 2009
Call Number: N8140 .G73 2009x
Bela Lugosi Collection: Volume 1: Scared to Death: The Devil Bat
Call number: PN1997 .B38372x DVD.
The birth of Satan: tracing the devil’s biblical roots
by T.J. Wray, 2005
Call number: BS680 .D56 W73 2005
by Francesco Maria Guazzo, 1970
Call number: BF1520 .G813 1970
Demon Possession in Elizabethan England
by Kathleeen R. Sands, 2004
Call number: BF1555 .S26 2004
The Devil: a biography
by Peter Stanford, 1996
Call number: BT981 .S7 1996
The Devil: perceptions of evil rom antiquity to primitive Christianity
by Jeffrey Burton Russell, 1987
Call number: BL480 .R86 1987x
The Devil in legend and literature
by Maximillian J. Rudwin, 1970
Call number: BT980 .R8 1970
God, the devil, and Darwin: a critique of intelligent design theory
by Niall Shanks, 2004
Call number: BS651 .S54 2004
The good and evil serpent: how a universal symbol became Christianized
by James H. Charlesworth, 2010
Call number: BT982 .C45 2010
A History of the devil from the middle ages to the present
by Robert Muchembled 2003
Call number: BT982 .M8313 2003
House of the Devil (2009)
dir. Ti West
Call number: PN1997 .H679x .DVD
The Omen (1977)
dir. Richard Donner
Call number: PN1997 .O618x .DVD 2007
The origin of Satan
by Elaine H. Pagels, 1995
Call Number: BS2555.6.D5 P34 1995
Raising the devil: Satanism, new religions and the media
by Bill Ells, 2000
Call number: BF1548 .E45 2000
Rosemary’s Baby (1968)
dir. Roman Polanski
Call number: PN1997 .R6727x 2012 DVD
Satan: the early Christian tradition
by Jeffrey Burton Russell, 1987
Call number: BT981 .R86 1987x
“Satan, his origin, work and destiny”
Hathitrust electronic resources, 1920
by Robert Passantino, 1995
Call number: BF1548 .P37 1995
The Satanism Scare
Call number: BL2525 .S27 1991
William Peter Blatty’s The Exorcist (1974)
dir. Wiiliam Friedkin
Call number: PN1997 .E966x DVD
Don’t just bleed blue – read blue! In celebration of EIU Homecoming 2015, we’ve put together a list of varied items from Booth Library’s collections which all have one thing in common. Can you guess what it might be?
Check out the corresponding display in the library’s 3rd floor south corridor (close by the Circulation Desk) to borrow these and other blue titles.
10 Don’ts on Your Digital Devices: The Non-Techie’s Survival Guide to Cyber Security and Privacy
TK5105.59 .B34 2014x
U163 .S73 2010
Cyber Threat!: How to Manage the Growing Risk of Cyber Attacks
HD30.2 .U47 2014
TK5105.875.I57 I5735 2009
Self- and Co-Regulation in Cybercrime, Cybersecurity and National Security
an e-book from Springerlink
Internet Security: Hacking, Counterhacking, and Society
TK5105.875.I57 I574 2007
Trust, Computing, and Society
QA76.9.C66 T78 2014
The Death of the Internet
TK5105.875.I57 .J34 2012
Unauthorized Access: The Crisis in Online Privacy and Security
TK5105.878 .S59 2014
Computer Network Security and Cyber Ethics
TK5105.59 .K58 2002
The Hundredth Window: Protecting Your Privacy and Security in the Age of the Internet
QA76.9.A25 J46 2000
Privacy Online: Perspectives on Privacy and Self-Disclosure in the Social Web
HM742 .P75 2011x
Cyber Security for Educational
Leaders: A Guide to Understanding and Implementing Technology Policies
LB1028.3 .P4745 2013
Privacy, Security, and Cyberspace
QA76.9.A25 P595 2012
Station Eleven by Emily St. John Mandel
PR9199.4.S727 S73 2014
Mort (e): A Novel by Robert Repino
PS3618.E76 M68 2015
Red Rising by Pierce Brown
PS3602.R7226 R43 2014
Dogs Stars by Peter Heller
PS3608.E454 D64 2012
Golden Son by Pierce Brown
PS3602.R7226 G65 2015
Wool by Hugh Howey
PS3608.O9566 W66 2013
The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood
DVD (1990) PN1997 .H345x .DVD
Book (1986) PR9199.3 .A8 H3
The Adventures of Captain Gulliver in a Voyage to the Islands of Lilliput and Brobdignag Jonathan Swift
Hathitrust Digital Library
Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
PR6015.U9 B65 2006x
Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
Crossed by Ally Condie
The Road by Cormac McCarthy
PS3563.C337 R63 2006
The Seeker by Arwen Elys Dayton
PS3604.A9878 S43 2015x
The Time Machine by H.G. Wells
Age of Miracles: A Novel by Karen Thompson Walker
PS3623.A4366 A73 2012
The Giver by Lois Lowry
813 L956g 2002
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline
Selection by Kiera Cass
Word Exchange: A Novel by Alena Graedon
PS3607.R3286 W67 2014
Friday, October 16, 2015 marks the twentieth anniversary of the Million Man March. On that date in 1995, nearly as many African-American men from across the United States convened on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., drawing attention to and demonstrating unity against the economic and social injustices faced by the African-American community.
Proposed by Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam, the historic event was intended in part to counter media stereotypes by promoting a more positive image of African-American men. Attendees pledged personal responsibility for their roles within their families and society.
These images come from a collection of more than 900 photographs taken by Eugene B. Redmond, a poet, scholar, and professor at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville (pictured above at the march with MC Hammer). The photos can be viewed online in the EBR Million Man March digital collection, which visually documents Redmond’s experience before, during, and after the event. The digital exhibition “Path to Visible Glory” features additional materials from the Redmond Collection (now housed at SIUE’s Lovejoy Library), including manuscripts, audio files, and ephemera.
In commemoration of the march, SIUE Library and Information Services has invited the public to contribute information about the event and those in attendance by adding tags to the digital collection. To participate, visit http://www.siue.edu/lovejoylibrary/tas/MMM_20th.htm. Tagging will be open through the end of November.
To learn more about the Million Man March, listed below are highlights from the Booth Library collection. Additional resources can be found via I-Share, our consortial partners providing EIU library users with access to more than 85 academic libraries across Illinois.
Best, Felton O., editor. Black Religious Leadership from the Slave Community to the Million Man March. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 1998.
BR563.N4 B574 1998 (3000 Level)
Cottman, Michael H. Million Man March. New York: Crown Trade Paperbacks, 1995.
E185.86 .C68x 1995 (3000 Level)
Madhubuti, Haki R., and Maulana Karenga, editors. Million Man March/Day of Absence: A Commemorative Anthology. Chicago: Third World Press, 1996.
E185.86 .M54 1996x (3000 Level)
Newton, Judith. From Panthers to Promise Keepers: Rethinking the Men’s Movement. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield, 2005.
HQ1090.3 .N493 2005 (3000 Level)
WGBH Educational Foundation. The Two Nations of Black America. Alexandria, VA: PBS Home Video, 2008.
E185.8 .T96x 2008 .DVD (4000 Level)
Guitar and keyboard players have new software and equipment options at Booth Library.
The library offers two Yamaha Clavinova digital pianos and two Dean Vendetta hardtail electric guitars for use inside the library’s music rehearsal rooms. The keyboards and guitars are connected to a computer, allowing users to record a rehearsal session for review or make a multi-track recording.
In addition to the instruments, advanced amplifier emulator software is available for guitars. Players can choose from 64 amplifiers, 77 cabinets and 113 effects.
Patrons are also welcome to bring their own guitar. Any guitar equipped with a standard quarter- inch input jack can be connected to the computer.
The library’s sheet music and CD collection is located on the fourth floor. Sheet music, instructional music books and CDs can be checked out, or patrons can try them out in a rehearsal room before they check them out for home use.
Those interested in starting to play guitar or piano are welcome to come in to the library to try either instrument. We have dozens of books on learning to play (guitar and piano) for the beginner and for advanced musicians. An electric guitar, headphone amplifier, and tuner may be checked out for four weeks.
Who knows? If you really like it you might change your major.
Check out a sample of what’s available to play on these new guitars! The books below are on display on the 4000 level.
Our display of books that have been made into movies has been so popular we made another one! There have probably been thousands of books made into movies over the course film history. That is a topic fit for entire books and encyclopedias. This list is strictly 2014-2016. As an added bonus, We’ve linked a list of the film release dates.
Special thanks go to our Booth student employee Katie Jenkins for her excellent work curating this display. Thanks Katie!
The Supreme Court’s ruling on marriage equality and Caitlyn Jenner‘s transformation have brought LGBT issues to the forefront of many news stories this year. A display in the 3000 level hallway of Booth curated by Professor and Reference Librarian David Bell features several books from our collection on LGBT history and fight for civil rights.
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