One of the Claremont Colleges Libraries ’
greatest resources for primary
documents is not located any where
near Claremont, but lies almost 1800
miles away, in Chicago, the Center
For Research Libraries ( CRL). CRL is a
library cooperative that houses materials
held by few other libraries in
North America. Such resources as
older and current foreign newspapers,
dissertations from foreign universities,
from around the world, rarer journals
and magazines, and microform sets
focusing on everything from missionaries
to labor organizations in South
Africa during apartheid are available
to students, faculty, and staff by virtue
of the Libraries’ CRL membership.
There are two major ways of
exploring CRL’s holdings – by clicking
on the Center for Research Libraries
button after you’ve done a search in
Blais or by visiting the CRL website at
A CLAREMONT COLLEGES LIBRARY IN THE MIDWEST
CURRENT EXHIBITS AT THE LIBRARIES
The M. S. Slocum Award for Student Libraries
Denison Library, April 7- May 15
Features individual book collections of 11 Scripps seniors ranging in interests
from pirates to politics and “ Gone with the Wind” to women’s and gender
Playwright of American Life: Arthur Miller, 1915- 2005
Honnold/ Mudd Library, 2nd floor, through May 27, 2005
In February 2005, America’s preeminent playwright, Arthur Miller, died. In
his honor, this exhibition showcases his award winning and still controversial
writing, including the first published editions of The Crucible, Death of
a Salesman, an artist’s book collaboration with Louise Bourgeois, The
Homely Girl, and his candid memoir, Timebends. All items on view are from
the special collections of the Libraries of The Claremont Colleges.
APRIL 15 - MAY 31 , 2005
VOLUME 2 , ISSUE 3
LATE NIGHT STUDY BREAKS ARE
Are you tired of studying? Will FREE
PIZZA and COFFEE re-energize you?
Join us for our annual Late Night Study
Breaks in Honnold/ Mudd Library.
COFFEE and yummy GOODIES
May 1— May 7 from 9- 11pm
PIZZA and Soft Drinks
May 8— May 9 at 10pm, and will be first
come first served … so don’t miss out!
Under the bridge, H/ M Entrance
SPRING CRAFT FAIRE
Shop for a variety of crafts, including
jewelry, apparel, ceramics, and delectable
food. Sponsored by the Libraries
April 28, 10am- 2pm
Honnold/ Mudd Library, North Patio
THE LIBRARIES OF THE CLAREMONT COLLEGES
Student hijinx at Harvey Mudd
College: these HMC seniors found
a unique way to celebrate their
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Becoming Paul M. Churchland ( 1942-): NeuroPhilosopher
Brian Keeley, Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Pitzer College
Philosopher Paul Churchland, currently nearing the end of his second
decade in residence at the University of California, San Diego, has long
been what is generally quite rare: a cutting- edge academic philosopher.
Professor Keeley will show how Churchland's " new" and " radical" ideas grew
quite naturally out of the more traditional philosophers who influenced him.
Wednesday, April 27th, 4: 15 p. m., H/ M Library, Founders Room
CLAREMONT DISCOURSE LECTURE SERIES
From left to right:
Lisa Jacobs, Jane
Repass, Maura Carter,
Jess McElfresh, Laura
Connor, T- Kay Sang-wand,
Kate Williamson, Misha
Kalan, Sarah Einowski,
www. crl. edu. There you can find the
CRL catalog as well as topic guides
and databases designed to locate
specific types of items among hold-ings
such as foreign and ethnic news-papers.
CRL materials can be
requested through the Libraries’
Interlibrary Loan. CRL also offers a
growing number of digital collections,
available from their website.
Adam Rosenkranz, Reference
1966 Spectrum, the HMC yearbook.
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