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Claremont Graduate University : 11 collections


	
	
Antiquities of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity

The artifacts in this collection represent part of the antiquities of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity. The items are mostly eastern Mediterranean in provenance, originating from ancient Greece, Cyprus, Anatolia, Syria, Palestine, Egypt, and neighboring regions. A fair proportion of the collection dates to the Bronze Age, but every period thereafter is represented up to the fourth century of the current era. Although the majority is earthenware, other artifacts include objects of glass, ceramic, stone, metal and Cypriote.

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Published by : Claremont Graduate University. Institute for Antiquity and Christianity

Topics: religion history anthropology social science 

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Bulletin of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity

The Institute for Antiquity and Christianity is a center for basic research on the origins and meaning of the cultural heritage of Western civilization. The Bulletin of the Institute for Antiquity and Christianity is published periodically under the auspices of the Society for Antiquity and Christianity for the general information of persons interested in the research programs of the Institute.

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Published by : Claremont Graduate University. Institute for Antiquity and Christianity

Topics: history religion 

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Claremont Coptic Encyclopedia

The Claremont Coptic Encyclopedia (CCE) will initially include approximately 2800 articles published in The Coptic Encyclopedia (Aziz S. Atiya, ed. NY: Macmillan, 1991). The CCE will continuously add updates and new topics from the growing body of scholarship in Coptic studies at institutions worldwide. The scope of articles includes Coptic language and literature; Copto-Arabic literature; Coptic art, architecture, archaeology, history, music, liturgy, theology, spirituality, monasticism; and biblical, apocryphal, social, and legal texts.

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Published by : Claremont Colleges Library

Topics: religion 

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Claremont Mormon Studies

The Claremont Mormon Studies collection contains videos and related materials selected from courses, lectures and conferences of the Mormon Studies program at Claremont Graduate University's School of Religion.  Currently, the collection consists of video presentations, papers and other records from the Mormonism Through the Eyes of Women:  Envisioning New Spaces for Theology and Practice conference which was held in March 2009.

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Published by : Claremont Graduate University. School of Religion

Topics: religion 

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Types: image text moving image 

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Connie Martinson Talks Books

Connie Martinson taped more than 2,500 interviews with prominent authors of fiction and nonfiction for her television show that spanned over 30 years. Included in the collection are interviews with Maya Angelou, Ray Bradbury, Al Gore, Rosa Parks, Gore Vidal, Barack Obama, Studs Terkel and Joyce Carol Oates.

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Published by : The Drucker Institute

Topics: general works language and literature 

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Types: moving image 

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Drucker Archives

Peter F. Drucker, a social ecologist, writer, consultant, and retired professor, was highly influential in the practice of management. Drucker worked with some of the world's largest businesses, small and entrepreneurial companies, nonprofit organizations, consulted for government agencies in U.S., Canada, Japan, and published 41 books, numerous articles and papers.

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Published by : Claremont Graduate University. Drucker Institute

Topics: social science 

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Kenneth Hopper Papers on Management

Donated by Kenneth and Claire Hopper to the Drucker Institute at Claremont Graduate University, the Kenneth Hopper Papers on Management include original correspondence, manuals, memoirs and other documents related to the Civil Communications Section (CCS) under General MacArthur's command in Tokyo after World War II. These papers tell the story of how the Americans shared their industrial management know-how with some very able Japanese, eventually giving rise to the so-called Asian Economic Miracle.

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Published by : Claremont Colleges Library

Topics: social science 

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Lectures on Applied Psychology and Evaluation Science

Collected from symposia and colloquia hosted by the School of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences at Claremont Graduate University, these videos document addresses and debates held on campus in Claremont. Talks focus on key questions facing applied psychology, research, and evaluation science.

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Published by : Claremont Graduate University. School of Behavioral and Organizational Sciences

Topics: psychology 

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Nag Hammadi Archive

The Nag Hammadi codices, thirteen ancient manuscripts containing over fifty religious and philosophical texts written in Coptic and hidden in an earthenware jar for 1,600 years, were accidentally discovered in upper Egypt in the year 1945. This immensely important discovery included a large number of primary Gnostic scriptures. These texts were once thought to have been entirely destroyed during the early Christian struggle to define "orthodoxy," scriptures such as the Gospel of Thomas, the Gospel of Philip, and the Gospel of Truth. The images in this collection were taken during the excavations and translation project of the 1970’s and record the environments surrounding excavations, visiting dignitaries, and the scholars working on the codices. The project has provided momentum to a major reassessment of early Christian history and the nature of Gnosticism.

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Published by : Claremont Graduate University. Institute for Antiquity and Christianity

Topics: history religion 

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Sacred Text Conference Archives

The First Annual Conference of Religions is a conversation and exploration of passages addressing relationships with insiders and outsiders, and points of inclusivity and exclusivity, within the Sacred Texts of six groups: Islam, Judaism, Christianity, Zoroastrianism, LDS/Mormonism, and Hinduism.

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Published by : Claremont Graduate University. School of Religion

Topics: religion 

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The Window

The bi-monthly newsletter of the Drucker Institute stimulates ethical leadership and effective management by advancing the legacy of Peter F. Drucker, the father of modern management. The Window is written by Drucker Institute staff and focuses on issues related to the institute’s recent work, news from the global network of Drucker Societies, and highlighted items from the Drucker Archives.

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Published by : Drucker Institute

Topics: social science 

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Types: text 

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