Faulkner Room

Image of Faulkner

Space type

  • Event Space
  • Exhibit Space

Characteristics

  • Computers
  • Outlets
  • Projection Screen

Noise level allowed

  • Talking

General location

  • J.D. Williams Library, 3rd Floor

About

The Faulkner Room located in the Department of Archives & Special Collections, third floor of the J.D. Williams Library, features exhibitions devoted to the history and culture of Mississippi and the American South. The room can comfortably seat about 80 people and it is used primarily for Special Collections presentations, brown bags, and selected public events. There is a computer, projector, and screen in this room. If you are interested in using this room for a public University related event, please contact Archives and Special Collections.

How this room got it's name...

The Faulkner Room is named after William Faulkner, an American writer and Nobel Prize laureate from Oxford, Mississippi. 

Directions

Enter the J.D. Williams Library from the West (fountain) side and come up the elevator or the stairs. Wind your way to the east side of the building, past the Writing Center and Administrative Suite. Archives and Special Collections is through the glass doors at the opposite end of the hall. The Faulkner Room is located within Archives and Special collections on your left.

If you enter from the second floor east (Lyceum) side, come up the stairs and find that Archives and Special Collections is through the glass doors on your left. The Faulkner Room is located within Archives and Special collections on your left. 

Floor Map: Click to expand

Floor map showing the Faulkner Room

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