Ekstrom Library

2215 S. 3rd Street , Louisville, Kentucky 40208

Ekstrom Library is the largest library on Belknap Campus. The building also houses Archives and Special Collections, the Muhammad Ali Institute for Peace and Justice, the Anne Braden Center for Social Justice Research, the Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning, the McConnell Center, the McConnell-Chao Archives, the Tulip Tree coffee shop, classroom and gallery space and Chao Auditorium.

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Academic

Phone

(502) 852-6747

Website

louisville.edu

Upcoming Events

How High The Water Was - The Flood of '37

How High The Water Was - The Flood of '37 2/21 8am

Arts, Exhibit / University Libraries, Archives & Special Collections, Photographic Archives, Rare Books, University Archives & Research Center

An exhibition of rarely seen memorabilia marking the 80th anniversary of the Ohio River Valley’s deepest flood ever recorded. The exhibition, which includes...

How Can I Collect Meaningful Data to Inform What - and How - I Teach?  11:30am - 1:00pm

How Can I Collect Meaningful Data to Inform... 2/21 12pm

Provost, Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning

Join Goldburn Maynard (Brandeis School of Law) and Marie Kendall Brown (Delphi Center) as they teach you the fundamentals of the research-based practice...

International Mother Language Day Celebration

International Mother Language Day Celebration 2/21 2pm

Arts, Social / Arts & Sciences, English, Writing Center

The University Writing Center is celebrating United Nations International Mother Language Day. The day is an international celebration of multilingualism and...

How High The Water Was - The Flood of '37

How High The Water Was - The Flood of '37 2/22 8am

Arts, Exhibit / University Libraries, Archives & Special Collections, Photographic Archives, Rare Books, University Archives & Research Center

An exhibition of rarely seen memorabilia marking the 80th anniversary of the Ohio River Valley’s deepest flood ever recorded. The exhibition, which includes...

How Can I Collect Meaningful Data to Inform What - and How - I Teach?  11:30am - 1:00pm

How Can I Collect Meaningful Data to Inform... 2/22 12pm

Provost, Delphi Center for Teaching and Learning

Join Goldburn Maynard (Brandeis School of Law) and Marie Kendall Brown (Delphi Center) as they teach you the fundamentals of the research-based practice...

Recent Events

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Linda A Leake

Linda A Leake left a positive review 1/25/2017

It was very enlightening and I hope to take the skills and put them to good use.

Cassandra A Book

Cassandra A Book left a positive review 1/12/2017

We had a good turnout! We will do this again in January 2018.

Cassandra A Book

Cassandra A Book left a positive review 1/18/2017

We had a good turnout! We will do this again in January 2018.

Cassandra A Book

Cassandra A Book left a positive review 1/23/2017

We had a good turnout! We will do this again in January 2018.

Shari Gater

Shari Gater posted a photo 1/12/2017

David Grossman, leading Israeli writer of his generation. David Grossman, leading Israeli writer of his generation.

Robyn A Dickman

Robyn A Dickman left a positive review 11/16/2016

Amazing.

Ranen Omer- Sherman

Ranen Omer- Sherman posted a photo 10/25/2016

Kevin K Tran

Kevin K Tran left a positive review 4/6/2016

It was enlightening to learn about the many groups that are working to provide farm workers better living and working conditions. It was also interesting to learn about "Latino" as an identity.

Amber A Barrett

Amber A Barrett left a positive review 4/4/2016

Very interesting movie to watch. The FIRE group was also very interesting to listen to. Would recommend anyone who doesn't know much about immigration and border control to watch this.

Johnathon D Wright

Johnathon D Wright left a positive review 4/4/2016

Glad I learned about this and got to see at least a little abit about the struggle it is to get into the country. Hopefully change comes soon

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University of Louisville

2301 S. 3rd St.

University of Louisville

Louisville, Kentucky 40292

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