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If you'd like to reserve a study room at the Duderstadt Center, place your request on the Duderstadt Center Room Scheduling web site.
In order to create a more secure environment for both students and staff, access to the Hatcher Graduate Library between midnight and 2 a.m. now requires a valid MCard.
Musicology professor Jason Geary has a newly published essay titled "Converting the Pagans: Mendelssohn, Greek Tragedy, and the Christian Ethos." It appears in Mendelssohn Perspectives from Ashgate (ML 410 .M5 M59 2012).
Charles Garrett, professor of musicology, has an essay titled "The Humor of Jazz" in the book Jazz/Not Jazz: The Music and Its Boundaries (ML 3506 .J465 2012), a new publication from the University of California Press. Garrett is also co-editor of the volume.