Paine College Collins-Callaway Library

Paine College Collins-Callaway Library COVID-19 update: The Collins-Callaway Library has moved to a remote format during this pandemic. We are available through website, telephone, email, and social media. Please continue to use the library webpage and Galileo for all your research needs.

First 10 new or returning students to like our page, like this status and send us a copy of your current schedule will b...
08/09/2020

First 10 new or returning students to like our page, like this status and send us a copy of your current schedule will be entered into a drawing to win an Everyday Keto cookbook by Darius Williams. Tagging another Paine College student on this post will get you two entries. The drawing will be held live on Wednesday.

08/07/2020
05/01/2020

We are here for all your learning needs. Don't forget to use Galileo for your papers. Cite those sources. End the year strong.

04/25/2020

As National Library Week comes to a close, we thank you for being patient with us during these times and engaging with us. Come back next week for more fun and learning.

04/20/2020

Although we are not physically in the library to weed out the collection today, we are weeding out the resources we are bringing to you. Happy 4/20/20! #quarantinelife #stayhomestaysafe #doyourwork #letmehelp

10/28/2019
Creative Workshop by Catherine Zickgraf  October 24th 2019!!!
10/24/2019

Creative Workshop by Catherine Zickgraf October 24th 2019!!!

Creative Writing Workshop underway NOW.  Come join us under the direction of Catherine Zickgraf.  Creative juices flowin...
10/24/2019

Creative Writing Workshop underway NOW. Come join us under the direction of Catherine Zickgraf. Creative juices flowing. Essential oils diffusing. Snacks on deck!

10/21/2019
See you at 1 today!
04/04/2019

See you at 1 today!

04/24/2018

Thank you for your support of Drop Everything And Read (D.E.A.R) day!

James Daggett -- Library Recording Studio                              Production Studio/Gayla Keese Essential Oils Educ...
04/23/2018

James Daggett -- Library Recording Studio
Production Studio/
Gayla Keese Essential Oils Education --Doterra/
Jan -- Women's League Voters/
Georgina Lewis -- Talking Books/
Sezilee Ried --Tutorial Enrichment Center

James Daggett -- Library Recording Studio
Production Studio/
Gayla Keese Essential Oils Education --Doterra/
Jan -- Women's League Voters/
Georgina Lewis -- Talking Books/
Sezilee Ried --Tutorial Enrichment Center

DEAR
04/20/2018

DEAR

04/20/2018

After the Complete success of National Library Week, we are back to the hard work, weeding out the books in the collection. Happy April 20th 420

Join us as we celebrate National Comic Book Day.  We are still accepting comic book entries for our contest through Octo...
09/29/2017

Join us as we celebrate National Comic Book Day. We are still accepting comic book entries for our contest through October 15th. Create a library comic about our library.

As we wrap up #BannedBooksWeek, I want to remind you that WE do not ban these books and they will be put back on the she...
09/29/2017

As we wrap up #BannedBooksWeek, I want to remind you that WE do not ban these books and they will be put back on the shelf for you to read next week. We understand that African Americans are the most banned authors. As we seek to increase diversity in books and freedom of information, we will not ban these highly banned authors from you, as they are deeply rooted in our history. We look forward to seeing you. Thanks for celebrating with us.

Bring the children out for free food, a free book and prizes.  Meet one of the characters from the movie.  She will be f...
09/29/2017

Bring the children out for free food, a free book and prizes. Meet one of the characters from the movie. She will be flown in from California. This is MUST ATTEND event. ALL FREE!!!! You do not have to register. DO NOT MISS IT.

Photos from Paine College Collins-Callaway Library's post
09/25/2017

Photos from Paine College Collins-Callaway Library's post

This week we invite you to celebrate #BannedBooksWeek with us.
09/25/2017

This week we invite you to celebrate #BannedBooksWeek with us.

08/22/2017

Have you heard of Talking Books? Well...we have them. Come in and inquire about them today.

We had a great day celebrating the eclipse with you.
08/21/2017

We had a great day celebrating the eclipse with you.

Served as a Visiting Scholar at New York University this summer, trying to prepare to be better for YOU!  Bringing back ...
07/27/2017

Served as a Visiting Scholar at New York University this summer, trying to prepare to be better for YOU! Bringing back the things I learned and experienced to incorporate into my library for the students, faculty and staff. From jazz (and other genres) in the park, to the New York Aquarium on Coney Island, Black Power exhibit at Schomburg, Metropolitan Museum, Niagra Falls Canada, networking with other scholars from across the globe, serving as liaison to the Faculty Resource Network and much more. I had such an enriching experience and I learned so much. I can't wait to share it all with you.

07/27/2017

Always adding to our collection. Trying to have the best selection. We invite you to share any academic selections you think we should add to your discipline's collection.

Join us tonight for our Annual Spring concert!!!!
04/20/2017

Join us tonight for our Annual Spring concert!!!!

04/20/2017

As customary on today, 4-20, we in the library are weeding the library's collection. #happyweeding

CHANGES IN LIBRARY HOURS OF OPERATIONEffective 2017 Spring Semester 2017 (January 2, 2017), the Collins Callaway Library...
11/21/2016

CHANGES IN LIBRARY HOURS OF OPERATION

Effective 2017 Spring Semester 2017 (January 2, 2017), the Collins Callaway Library/LRC will close 10:00 p.m. on Mondays through Thursdays and closed on Saturdays. Fridays and Sundays will remain the same.

Hours during the Midterm and Final exam periods will be adjusted accordingly.

10/11/2016

CALL FOR PAPERS

CONFERENCE ON THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE PAINE COLLEGE

AUGUSTA, GA

NOVEMBER 2-4, 2016



The Department of Humanities at Paine College is requesting proposals for the 20th Annual Conference on the Harlem Renaissance to be held on the campus of historic Paine College. The theme for 2016 is “Precursors, Periods, and Postscripts: Critical Thought, Beliefs, Productions, and Activism before, during, and after the Harlem Renaissance.” The focus for presentations will center on the literature, history, philosophy, art, and music, as well as inter- and cross-disciplinary approaches from the social and political sciences, economics, and STEM.

Possible areas of inquiry include but are not limited to:

· defining/framing of the Modern Era, the Harlem Renaissance Era, and the Post- Renaissance Eras;

· nineteenth century and early twentieth century thinkers and movements in the U.S. and abroad;

· post-war thinkers and movements in the U.S. and abroad;

· critics and critiques of the Harlem Renaissance Era;

· philosophical, religious/spiritual, political, and social thought regarding freedom;

· post-Reconstruction, early twentieth century and post-war cultural expressions of freedom;

· medical apartheid during the Post-Reconstruction and Jim Crow Eras;

· psychological and/or sociological impact of Black self-determination during 19th and 20th century freedom movements;

· psychological and/or sociological impact of racism and racial segregation during the 19th and 20th century freedom struggles;

· literatures of the enslaved, disenfranchised, and oppressed; and

· other perspectives on the theme or on the Harlem Renaissance

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Submission Requirements: Individual proposals/abstracts should be no more than 250 words and panel abstracts should be no more than 750 words. A clear explanation of the significance of the presentation is requested. Indicate all participants, status of each participant (professor, independent scholar, organizer, artist, entrepreneur, graduate student, or undergraduate student) and tentative title/focus of the panel and/or individual presentation. Proposals/Abstracts should be submitted no later than October 14, 2016. Submit electronically to [email protected] or by postal mail:



Nancy Wellington Bookhart

Committee Chair, Department of Humanities Conference on the Harlem Renaissance Paine College

1235 Fifteenth Street

Augusta, GA 30901

09/13/2016

Don't forget that today is the Mock GRE for seniors.

09/07/2016

After you come from getting that good fried chicken from the cafeteria, come and see us in the library.

09/06/2016

Today is National Read a Book Day! Not to be confused with National Book Lovers Day that was celebrated in August. Although similar, today we are encouraged to find a book we enjoy and spend the day reading. After you read, share your experience by using hashtag #ReadABookDay #PaineCollegeReads on social media.

Possible volunteer opportunties: Read aloud either to children or to grandparents.

Reading is a stress reliever, as well as improves memory and concentration.

Find a nice book and curl up with it. You don't have to read it all today. But today is a good day to get started, get further or get finished.

08/31/2016

FYI: Last day to withdraw from a course without academic
penalty is September 2nd. Remember, you must fill out and submit a form to withdraw from a class. You are still enrolled and will receive a failing grade if you just stop attending. We care about you in the library, please stop by and learn how we can help you today. See Mrs. McCoy.

Address

1235 15th St
Augusta, GA
30901

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 22:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 22:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 22:00
Thursday 08:00 - 22:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00
Sunday 16:00 - 20:00

Telephone

(706) 821-8380

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