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2021 Western Water Symposium

When:  Friday, March 5, 2021, 9:00am – 12:30pm, PST

Where:  via Zoom webinar

Event details:

Join us the morning of March 5 for this free virtual symposium, where we’ll discuss past, present, and future water issues that affect California. This event celebrates the culmination of a multi-year Council on Library and Information Resources grant funded project to digitize and make accessible materials relating to water use, management, and history in Southern California. 

For more information about the program and speakers, and to register,
please visit:  2021 Western Water Symposium.

Digital Exhibits

While The Claremont Colleges Library building is closed due to the COVID19 pandemic, Special Collections would like to share several of its online exhibits; available 24/7!

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This digital archive of Asian Library highlights is created and maintained by the Asian Library, a department of the Special Collections & Libraries at The Claremont Colleges Library.  The site currently contains three exhibits:

Interpretations of Shakespeare, or, What You Will is based on exhibits on display in The Claremont Colleges Library and Denison Library during Spring 2016 for The Claremont Colleges’ celebration of Shakespeare’s legacy 400 years after his death. Curated by three Pomona College students: Emma Fredgant (2017), an English major; Alana Friedman (2016), an English major; and Pieter Hoekstra (2017), a Religious Studies major, as part of their SURP/CCEPS Fellowship during Summer 2015, the students explored primary and secondary sources to discover their own approaches to Shakespeare in order to create exhibits commemorating Shakespeare’s legacy.

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Science, Religion, and Everything in Between: Early Modern Science Texts was curated by Claremont McKenna College student, Lindsey Betts (2016) as part of her CCEPS Fellowship in Fall 2015. A Literature major, Lindsey’s project was to gather and present a variety of 17th and 18th century science literature existing within Special Collections.

Explore samples from the Los Angeles-based archival collections held by The Claremont Colleges Library’s Special Collections, the Ella Strong Denison Library on the Scripps College campus, the Bates and Harvey Mudd Aeronautics Heritage Library on the Harvey Mudd campus, and the Claremont Colleges Digital Library.  For more information about the collections in this video, please visit: http://7clib.cc/LAAS-TCC.

Current Exhibit

Due to the COVID19 pandemic, The Claremont Colleges Library building is closed.