Mar 1: Professor Seth Lobis at CGU – Milton discussion and reception

Meet Professor Seth Lobis (Department of Literature, Claremont McKenna College) on Tuesday, 1 March 2016! 1PM-1.45 PM: Professor Lobis will discuss Book 6 of Paradise Lost  with ENG 366, “The Milton Seminar,” in the IAC Library. Interested members of the Humanities, ENG, or EMS community are welcome to cram into the IAC Library to hear… Read More Mar 1: Professor Seth Lobis at CGU – Milton discussion and reception

18 Feb: Theatricum Botanicum at the Claremont Colleges!

All Claremont Colleges students and faculty are warmly invited to this exciting Shakespearean movement, dance and rhetoric hands-on workshop on Thursday!  CGU early modern studies students are particularly encouraged to attend. What: Los Angeles’s Professional Repertory Shakespeare Company Theatricum Botanicum will conduct a workshop on Shakespearean movement, dance, and rhetoric. Where: Founders Room, Honnold/Mudd Library… Read More 18 Feb: Theatricum Botanicum at the Claremont Colleges!

Student Fellows of the Munro Center for Social Inquiry at Pitzer College

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

RSVP NOW for Library Workshop and Pizza!

EMS is hosting a special State Papers Workshop and Pizza Party on Thursday, April 17, 4-5pm in the Keck Learning Room at Honnold/Mudd. Please RSVP to earlymodsquad@gmail.com before Tuesday at 5pm! Get your hands on the English State Papers Online (1509-1714) database – an amazing collection of scanned and calendared primary sources!  Letters, accounts, coded… Read More RSVP NOW for Library Workshop and Pizza!

IMPORTANT – Please RSVP for the State Papers Library Workshop

Get your hands on the English State Papers Online (1509-1714) database – an amazing collection of scanned and calendared primary sources!  Letters, accounts, coded documents, depositions, drafted acts of parliament, reports from spies who wear fake mustaches (Chapuys . . . the things you learn), and more!  The SPO is relevant to everyone’s research, which… Read More IMPORTANT – Please RSVP for the State Papers Library Workshop