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EXHIBITS AT THE LIBRARIES
A Poetic Coup d’Etat: Mallarmé’s
Influence on Artists’ Books
January 16 - March 9
The typographic legacy
of Stephane Mallarmé’s visual
poem Un Coup de des ( Throw of
the Dice) on the work of later twentieth
century book artists are examined.
This exhibition coordinates with
an exhibition of visual and textual
interpretations of Un Coup de des in the Clark Humanities
Museum. Both complement a symposium on Mallarmé to be
held at Scripps on January 27.
“ Food Will Win the War”:
Posters from the Food Administration during WWI
January 22 - March 23, Honnold/ Mudd Library
The U. S. Food Administration operated in each state to assure
the supply, distribution, and conservation of food during wartime.
By combining patriotism and the spirit of volunteerism
with advertising, the Food Administration produced posters for
both outdoor and indoor display. In this exhibit, curated by
Pitzer student David Boone, are examples of posters that
were used to mobilize the food effort during World War I.
What are your things? What do you want to
do with the rest of your life? Chances are,
there are others who want to do the same.
To see who shares your aspirations or to
find out what it's like to fulfill them, visit
43things. com, a web site devoted to those
who know their goals and live out their
dreams. Do you want to write a novel?
Well, 4,633 other 43things members do
too, and 198 of them have done it. You can
see who else has rafted through the Grand
Canyon, climbed K2, snorkeled the Great
Barrier Reef or watched the Tour de France
in person, and you can ask experienced
members for advice.
Cindi Trainor, Director, Library/ Information Technology
We hope you’ll use this page as a
way to keep informed as to what
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Jason Price, Science & Electronic
CLAREMONT DISCOURSE LECTURE
Asking the Auks About Climate Change in the Arctic
Nina Karnovsky, Assistant Professor of Biology, Pomona
Thursday, February 1, 4: 15PM
The Politics of Race and Black American Intellectuals in
the Antebellum Era
Rita Roberts, Associate Professor of History and Black
Studies, Scripps College
Wednesday, February 21, 4: 15PM
Claremont Discourse is a faculty lecture series sponsored
by the Libraries of The Claremont Colleges. All lectures
will be held in the Founders Room of Honnold/ Mudd
Library. Discussion will follow each lecture and refreshments
will be provided.
Ken Campbell. Father’s Garden.
Oxford: K. Campbell, 1989.
New Databases Currently
Available for Trial
Black Studies Center
Book Review Digest Plus
Current Protocols in Pharmacology
Database of American Recorded Music
EastView Russian UDB- EDU
Social Science Electronic Data Library
Finding the Articles You Need
Mon, Jan 29, 6: 30 - 7: 30 PM
Tue, Feb 6, 6: 30 - 7: 30 PM
Thur, Feb 22, 6: 30 - 7: 30 PM
Tue, Jan 30, 6 - 8 PM
Mon, Feb 5, 6 - 8 PM
Thur, Feb 15, 6 - 8 PM
Comments? Contact Kelley Bachli
kelley. bachli@ libraries. claremont. edu
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