Please see below for a great opportunity at the Claremont Colleges! 1-2 of the Student Fellow slots will be open to CGU students. Please contact Dr. Ferrell if you would like to apply! The Munro Center for Social Inquiry at Pitzer College presents ARCHIVE MCSI’s Fall 2015 programming will focus on the theme ARCHIVE Students… Read More Student Fellows of the Munro Center for Social Inquiry at Pitzer College
Honnold/Mudd Library will be updating to a new “discovery gateway,” i.e. a new library catalog, soon! http://news.libraries.claremont.edu/2015/03/our-new-discovery-gateway.html There will be “sneak-peek” events to introduce students and faculty to the new system – the link to the page above allows you to register for one of these sessions! I’d recommend going!
Please see below for exciting news! The library has purchased the remaining State Papers databases and now we have the full set. This is a GREAT resource for early modernists – not too many institutions have access to State Papers, so take advantage of our excellent and ever-improving, highly competitive online access! We have purchased… Read More New SPECIAL Primary Source Databases Available
Please take the time to look though the library resource guide for our subject! There are invaluable links, databases, and connections to helpful librarians. This is an excellent starting point for research. Updated regularly: http://libguides.libraries.claremont.edu/content.php?pid=631281&sid=5223071
Please see below for descriptions by our librarians of some new digital primary resources available through Honnold/Mudd Library! Below are brief descriptions of some exciting new primary source databases the library now provides access to. The 19th Century UK Periodicals complements our existing collection, Eighteenth Century Journals (http://libraries.claremont.edu/resources/databases/dbr.asp?id=335). The newspaper archive complements our collection of… Read More New Library Resources: 19th Century UK Periodicals and Seventeenth & Eighteenth Century Burney Collection Newspapers
A CGU student will be presenting at this fascinating event! Please see below: What is a Book? A Symposium on Bibliographic Research Friday 4/17, 1-5:30 Holbein Room Ella Strong Denison Library Scripps College Humanities research requires the study of books, but we often confront the limits of this category. This afternoon symposium will bring together… Read More Apr 17: What is a Book? A Symposium on Bibliographic Research
Great news! The library has purchased additional parts of State Papers, including the 18th Century Part 1. These are invaluable primary resources for early modernists. Please check them out and use them! http://libraries.claremont.edu/resources/databases/details.asp?id=528&letter=s