Digital Library consists of digitized
correspondence, transcripts and
videos of interviews and soon
photographs will be added. Visit
the Drucker Archives on the CGU
campus and see the original objects
and then go back to your
dorm room or office and study the
digital objects on your computer,
use the images in presentations
for class, or send the reference
URL in an e- mail to someone you
think might be interested in the
Peter F. Drucker ( 1909- 2005), a
social ecologist, writer, consultant,
and CGU professor, published
41 books on economics, politics,
DRUCKER ARCHIVES NOW IN THE CCDL
Every Wednesday night at 7pm, come to
the Founders Room at Honnold/ Mudd
library for games, strategy and
snacks. Pull up a chair and join a game,
or bring your own with friends in hand.
And be sure to add Joe Games on face-book
to find out about upcoming events.
society, and management that have been
translated into 37 languages. Coordinated
with his writings, he developed a
series of professional training programs
including, most recently, a series of online
courses on management and business
Drucker’s ideas continue to influence
those who work, study and teach in the
fields of economics, politics, society, and
management, and the digital collection is
one more tool to utilize examples of his
writings in class projects, teaching, and
research. The collection is continually
growing, with new items added each
week, so check the CCDL often, http://
ccdl. libraries. claremont. edu, or get RSS
notification by visiting the online
collection and subscribing.
Allegra Gonzalez, Metadata Librarian
Mothers, daughters, concubines, prostitutes: Women in the
Book of Genesis, How Do We Assess Them?
Tammi Schneider, Professor of Religion, CGU
Wednesday, March 7th, 4: 15 pm
By using a method she has named " verbing the character"
where each character is evaluated based upon their description,
places where they appear as the subject of a verb, and
where they are the object either of a verb or a prepositional
phrase, Professor Schneider will review many of the major
female characters from the Book of Genesis.
From Toon Town Trolleys to Freeways: SoCal Transportation
Myths and Reality, Past, Present and Future
Rudi Volti, Professor Emeritus of Sociology, Pitzer College
Wednesday, April 4th, 4: 15 pm
The truths and falsehoods behind the Southland's love and
hate for - and dependence on - cars and freeways, as well as
recent efforts to make Southern California less automobile - dependent
will be covered by Professor Volti, author of Cars
and Culture: The Life Story of a Technology.
Claremont Discourse lectures are held in the Founders Room at Honnold/
Library Research Skills
Reservation required, send RSVP to
gale. burrow@ libraries. claremont. edu with
Library Workshop Registration in the subject
Finding the Articles You Need
Monday, March 19, 6: 30- 7: 30 pm
Tuesday, April 3, 6: 30- 7: 30 pm
Tuesday, March 20, 6: 00- 8: 00 pm
Wed, April 4, 6: 00- 8: 00 pm
Software, data and documentation for GIS
workshops provided. For more information
contact gis. support@ libraries. claremont. edu
Mapping addresses in GIS made easy
Thursday, March 22, 3- 5 pm
Introduction to GIS
Tuesday, March 27, 6- 8 pm
Displaying your data in GIS
Wednesday, March 28, 6- 8 pm
All workshops are held in the Keck Learning
Room in Honnold/ Mudd Library.
Honnold/ Mudd Library is now showcasing the
Braxton Collection of Popular Literature for
your reading pleasure. It comprises over 200
titles by bestselling authors such as Tony
Hillerman, Sue Grafton, Stephen King, and
Dean Koontz, and represents a wide range of
genres including science fiction, mystery, and
horror novels. New titles are added monthly.
The collection recognizes Henrietta Bush Braxton’s three decades
of valued service to the Libraries. Henrietta was an avid
reader, and it is hoped that this collection of contemporary fiction
and nonfiction honors her dedication and her spirit.
Additions to the collection are supported by the Braxton Memorial
Fund, established to support a recreational reading collection.
Holly Gardiner, Music Librarian
THE BRAXTON COLLECTION OF
Peter F. Drucker
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