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Harnessing the Power of Google Scholar
Mon., Nov. 5, 12-1 PM • Keck 2
RefWorks and Zotero and Mendeley, Oh My: How to Choose the Right Citation Management Tool
Wed., Nov. 14, 4-5 PM • KLR
All About Zotero
Tues., Nov. 6, 4-5:30 PM • KLR
RefWorks: The Bibliography That Built Itself
Fri., Nov. 19, 1:30-2:30 PM • KLR
Mon., Nov. 19, 4-5 PM • KLR
Mon., Dec. 3, 4-5:30 PM • KLR
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4 NEW DATABASES
Catalog of Government Publications [retrospective]: Citations to U.S. documents created by all three branches of the U.S. government 1895-1976.
Classical Scores Library: Provides online access to over 24,000 music scores.
Left Index: Citations from periodicals on the Left, with primary emphasis on politically and culturally engaged scholarship.
Medieval Travel Writing: Multiple manuscript sources detailing the journeys of famous travellers from Prester John and Marco Polo to Sir John Mandeville and John Capgrave.
Find them all on the Library’s databases page.
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CLAREMONT DISCOURSE LECTURE
How American Bandstand Created the
Thurs., Nov. 8, 4:15 PM • Founders Room
Matt Delmont, American Studies, Scripps College
From a small studio in 1950s Philadelphia,
American Bandstand became the first national
TV program directed at teenagers. The show brought rock and roll into American living rooms, shaped the way a generation danced and dressed, and became the defining image of teenage culture for millions of viewers. At the same time, however, American Bandstand’s racially discriminatory admissions policies prompted protests from civil rights advocates and sparked a decades-long controversy over how the show should be remembered. Professor Delmont’s lecture will draw from his recent book, The Nicest Kids in Town: American Bandstand, Rock ‘n’ Roll, and the Struggle for Civil Rights in 1950s Philadelphia (UC Press, 2012).
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