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The Journal of Humanistic Mathematics (JHM) is a recent collabora-tion in publishing between the Library and faculty editors Gizem Karaali at Pomona and Mark Huber at CMC. JHM is a peer-reviewed, online, open-access journal with an editorial board comprised of fac-ulty across The Claremont Colleges, North America, and Europe. Find it @ scholarship.claremont.edu/jhm
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The Perkins Autograph Letter Collection includes let-ters and ephemera from American and English artists, pioneers, suffragists, jurists, statesmen, poets, scien-tists, humorists, actresses, essayists, educators, gen-erals, novelists, and musicians.
Physical Collection @ Denison Library
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Monumental Snapshots of a Soviet Future
Mon., Mar. 28, 4:15 PM - Founders Room, 2nd Floor / Honnold side
Prof. Juliet Koss, Department of Art History, Scripps College
Through sequencing, indecipherable scale, and studied informality, these monumental snapshots of 1920s utopian design proposals and architec-tural models formed a vast archive of documen-tary images and projected the Soviet future in the form of photographic fact.
CLAREMONT DISCOURSE LECTURE
Learn how to use GIS to store, display, and analyze any type of data that has a geo-graphic location. With GIS you take data from a table, spreadsheet, or database and create a map.
Introduction to GIS - Thurs., Mar. 3, 9 AM-noon GIS Lab / 2nd Floor / Mudd side
Field Data Collection for the Sciences
Fri., Mar. 4, 9 AM-noon @ Bernard Field Station
Sat., Mar. 26, 1-4PM @ Bernard Field Station
Intermediate GIS - Thurs., Mar. 24, 1-4PM GIS Lab / 2nd Floor / Mudd side
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