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University Libraries often has a number of exhibits that feature collections materials in interesting and narrative ways. Check out our current featured exhibits.

Featured Physical Exhibits

Women in Science Fiction: From Frankenstein to Dungeons and Dragons

From the 1600s to the present day, women have long made notable contributions to science fiction. Our Women’s History Month exhibit, located at the front of Thomas Cooper Library, explores the work of acclaimed writers like Mary Shelley, Octavia Butler and Margaret Atwood as well as women writers of pulp fiction and Dungeons and Dragon novels.

From Geometry to Grover: South Carolina Public Television

From Geometry to Grover: South Carolina Public Television opens August 18 in the South Carolina Political Collections gallery at Hollings Library. The exhibit looks at the history of public television in South Carolina, starting with geometry and French classes presented live from Dreher High School in 1958, all the way to today.

Featured Digital Exhibits 


Challenge the conventional. Create the exceptional. No Limits.