Community Mapping: A Hands-On Approach
Thurs., Mar. 12 . 1—4 PM
Honnold/Mudd Library . Keck Learning Room
Learn how to make a custom demographics thematic map for any county in the US. Map a community and show which neighborhoods have the highest concentrations of numerous demographic variables such as poverty, income, race, age, ancestry, educational attainment, etc. Attendance at a past Intro to GIS session is recommended but not required.
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CLAREMONT DISCOURSE LECTURE SERIES
Photos from an American Album: The Albatross Nudes, 1899—1900 Heather Waldroup, Visual Materials Curator / CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow, CUC/Libraries of The Claremont Colleges
Wed., Mar. 4, 4:15 PM . Founders Room, 2nd Floor, Honnold/Mudd Library
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NEW IN THE CLAREMONT COLLEGES DIGITAL LIBRARY (CCDL)
Sacred Text Conference Archives
The CCDL is pleased to announce a new collection of videos from the School of Religion at Claremont Graduate University. The First Annual Conference of Religions in Conversation was an exploration of passages addressing relationships with insiders and outsiders, and points of inclusivity and exclusivity, within the sacred texts of six religions: Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Zoroastrianism, LDS/Mormonism, and Hinduism.
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