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    • Public lands - public debates: a century of controversy

    • Public lands; United States. National Park Service; United States. Forest Service.
    • The U. S. manages a vast system of national forests, grasslands, parks, and refuges, landscapes that contain some of the most beautiful and resource-rich terrain in the country. Since their establishment beginning in the late 19th-century, these...
    • 2012-10-31
    • Recent developments in geographic information systems at CGU

    • Claremont Graduate University; Claremont Colleges. Library; Geographic information systems; Geographic information systems - Study and teaching (Higher)
    • To recognize GIS Day, Brian N. Hilton, Advanced GIS Lab Director and Warren Roberts, GIS Specialist at Honnold/Mudd Library, will discuss innovative applications of Geographic Information Systems at the Claremont Graduate University, the Claremont...
    • 2011-11-17
    • Recent developments in geographic information systems at CGU

    • Claremont Graduate University; Claremont Colleges. Library; Geographic information systems; Geographic information systems - Study and teaching (Higher)
    • To recognize GIS Day, Brian N. Hilton, Advanced GIS Lab Director and Warren Roberts, GIS Specialist at Honnold/Mudd Library, will discuss innovative applications of Geographic Information Systems at the Claremont Graduate University, the Claremont...
    • 2011-11-17
    • Manifold Greatness: the King James Bible at Claremont Graduate University

    • Bible; Exhibitions; Bible. English - Versions - Authorized;
    • Professor Lori Anne Ferrell will introduce the Honnold Library exhibit "Manifold Greatness: The Creation and Afterlife of the King James Bible" which opens on 10 November. On tour in 40 select U.S. venues from 2011-2015, "Manifold Greatness" was...
    • 2011-11-10
    • Is education a(n) (implied) constitutional right?

    • Constitution Day and Citizenship Day (U.S.); Education
    • The Founders had a lot to say on the importance of education and book learning to the survival of the early republic. The Constitution, however -- a document just as important for what it doesn't say as what it says -- never mentions education or...
    • 2013-09-19
    • Speaking through walls: political murals in Northern Ireland

    • Belfast (Northern Ireland); Northern Ireland; Northern Ireland - Symbolic representation; Street art; Mural painting and decoration; Sinn Féin;
    • From the start of The Troubles in 1969 to the signing of the Belfast Agreement in 1998, Northern Ireland was the site of a violent conflict fought out between the British State, the Irish Republican Movement, and Loyalist Paramilitary Forces....
    • 2006-10-26
    • The World through women's eyes: Spanish women travelers 1850-1920

    • Authors; Authors, Spanish; Travel writing
    • In her recent book, Spanish Women Travelers at Home and Abroad, 1850-1920: From Tierra del Fuego to the Land of the Midnight Sun, Jennifer Wood, Professor of Spanish at Scripps College, explored the writings of eleven Spanish women as they visited...
    • 2014-03-05
    • Ripping the veil, weaving meaning: the textures of African American expressive culture

    • Sacred texts; Social psychology; Bible; Bible - Criticism, interpretation, etc.; African Americans; Christianity; Consciousness
    • How do groups of people engage themselves with a "central and center-ing" text? What does this engagement tell us about how the people express themselves? How do dominant groups interpret this engagement? Seen in the refracting mirror of...
    • 2005-03-09
    • An informed citizenry access: the Constitution and government documents

    • Depository libraries; Electronic government information; Government publications; United States. National Archives and Records Administration; Madison, James, 1751-1836; Freedom of information
    • In 1822, James Madison asserted that "a popular government without popular information or the means of acquiring it, is but a prologue to a farce, or a tragedy, or perhaps both. Knowledge will forever govern ignorance; and a people who mean to be...
    • 2005-10-26
    • Constitution Day panel 2007

    • Constitution Day and Citizenship Day (U.S.); Constitutional law - United States; Citizenship - United States; Judicial review - United States; Political campaigns - United States;
    • Leo Flynn (Politics, Pomona), Jean Schroedel (Politics & Policy, CGU), Ken Miller (Government, CMC), Andrew Busch (Government, CMC), Charles Lofgren (History, CMC), and Robert Dawidoff (History, CGU) present their thoughts on "Teaching the...
    • 2007-09-20
    • Through the glass closet: the homosexual origins of the American right

    • Chambers, Whittaker; Homosexuality - Political aspects - United States; Cold War; Communism - United States - History - 20th century; Right and left (Political science); Gay men - Political activity; Hoover, J. Edgar (John Edgar), 1895-1972; Hiss,...
    • Whittaker Chambers was a major figure in the intellectual development of the American right in the post-war period. During his tenure at Time Magazine during the Cold War, he championed a fervent anti-communist viewpoint, identifying an existential...
    • 2008-02-21
    • The practical use of history: a panel discussion of the Puente Hills Preserve project

    • Puente Hills (Calif.); Gabrielino Indians; Geology - California - Puente Hills; Environmental protection;
    • In 2005 Bob Henderson of the Puente Hills Landfill Native Habitat Preservation Authority contacted the CGU History department to offer funding for a study of the history of the land that became the Puente Hills preserve. Seven students who took...
    • 2008-03-05
    • How American Bandstand created the American teenager

    • American Bandstand (Television program); Teenagers; Race discrimination;
    • From a small studio in 1950's Philadelphia, American Bandstand became the first national television program directed at teenagers. The show brought rock and roll into American living rooms, shaped the way a generation danced and dressed, and...
    • 2012-11-08
    • Sabbatical in my garage: building a relpica of an 18th century printing press

    • Printing presses; Isaiah Thomas & Co. (Walpole, N.H.); American Antiquarian Society
    • During his sabbatical in 2011-12, Professor of Literature and HMC Dean of Faculty Jeff Groves studied a rare wooden printing press, built in 1747, as a Fellow at the American Antiquarian Society in Worcester, MA. To obtain a practical knowledge of...
    • 2013-02-28
    • Cues for snacks and soft drinks: a study of adolescent eating behaviors

    • Diet; Behaviour and health; Teenagers;
    • Memory can be said to deeply connected to our tastes in food -- what we've liked or disliked in the past creates associations that help trigger our current eating behaviors. In what might be seen as a scientific version of the beginning of...
    • 2013-04-10

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