The Pacific Basin Institute produced a 10-part documentary series The Pacific Century, in 1993. This collection contains digitized video from Part 5, "Reinventing Japan," which focuses on post-World War II Japan. Key figures of the American occupation government were interviewed about their contributions and views.
Published by : The Pacific Basin Institute
Topics: history political science
Subjects: oral history communism--1945 constitutional history emperors--japan japan--history, military--1945 japan--history--allied occupation, 1945-1952--personal narratives japan--politics and government--1945 japan--social conditions--1945
Types: moving image
The objects in the Aztec Regalia Collection were entirely handcrafted by Javier Galvez, a lecturer in the Chicano Latino Studies department at Pomona College. In addition to lecturing at Pomona College, Mr. Galvez has led the Aztec dance group Danzantes del Sol.
Published by : Pomona College
Topics: geography. anthropology. recreation.
"The archive contains materials related to the efforts at The Claremont Colleges to create a more sustainable campus, one that minimizes the colleges’ impacts on resources and the environment. Teams of faculty, staff, and students applied for funding as part of a three-year pilot-program to implement projects that assess the colleges’ environmental impacts, recommend and implement measures to limit adverse environmental impacts, and evaluate the success of those measures."
Published by : Claremont Colleges
Topics: social science
Types: text image dataset moving image
"Francisco de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828) was one of history's most masterful printmakers and social satirists. Pomona College Museum of Art is proud to own first editions sets of all four of his etching series, a total of 211 prints."
Published by : "Pomona College (Claremont, Calif.). Museum of Art "
Topics: fine arts
Subjects: acrobats art bullfighters bullfighting catholic church circus performers corruption death monsters moral aspects of war nobility politics & government prints printmaking satire (visual works) social classes social justice
"The Larry Oglesby Collection consists of 35 mm color slides of flora and fauna taken by Professor Larry Oglesby, Professor Emeritus of Biology at Pomona College. Taken in the field, the slides depict plants such as Sky Lupine or Field Mustard and animals such as the Pacific Pond Turtle and Killdeer. The photographs were taken primarily in California and Oregon but photographs of the Shenandoah National Park in Virginia and other locations may also be found. Each item within the collection displays the color slide and Oglesby's notations on the slide mount."
Published by : Honnold Mudd Library. Special Collections
The Wayne Steinmetz Chemistry Education Resources Collection provides a thorough and introspective look at the vast body of work produced by Dr. Wayne Steinmetz in the course of his commitment to chemistry education at Pomona College.
Published by : Pomona College