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Claremont Discourse Series

Established in 1998, the Claremont Discourse lecture series is a forum for faculty at The Claremont Colleges to present current research, publications, and creative projects from a wide variety of disciplines. An important purpose of the series is to highlight and foster the ties between The Library and faculty in order to encourage dialog among audience members and speakers. Attendance is free and open to anyone.

2020-2021 Program Series

This fall, the library celebrates Constitution Day 2020 (September 17) virtually with video lectures: The First Amendment and Religion in America by Dr. Jack Pitney (CMC) and Elections and the Constitution by Dr. Zachary Courser (CMC). Stay tuned for more virtual events, coming Spring 2021.

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Katie Kohn
STEM Librarian