January 2011 Archives

Claremont Discourse Lecture: "Sylvia Beach and Company"

Prof. Keri Walsh, Department of Literature, CMC
4:15 PM Thurs., Feb. 3 | Founders Room, 2nd Fl, Honnold/Mudd Library

As founder of the great Parisian bookstore, Shakespeare and Company--and as friend and promoter of such authors as James Joyce, Ezra Pound, and Gertrude Stein--Sylvia Beach was central to the revolution of literary modernism. It was she who first published Joyce's Ulysses. Professor Walsh, editor of The Letters of Sylvia Beach (published in 2010 by Columbia University Press), will discuss Beach's life and career as the proprietor of Shakespeare and Company between 1919 and the Second World War. She will read from Beach's letters and discuss Beach's relationships with Joyce, Stein, Hemingway, and others, as well as doing a brief visual presentation of images from Beach's life in expatriate Paris.

Claremont Discourse Lectures are free and open to all.

FMI: Adam Rosenkranz

Faculty Collections Review Period Begins

Libraries periodically remove books from their collections to make space for new books. At the Claremont Colleges Library space has become severely limited. The intercollegiate Advisory Board for Library Planning, working with Library staff, has developed an annual process to review library books for removal from the collection. This review process includes a component that ensures faculty voices are heard. We encourage faculty to read the instructions in the Faculty Collections Review Guide and participate in the project. Feel free to contact library staff at any point if you have questions or need assistance.

Guide to assist faculty in the review process for book removal:
libguides.libraries.claremont.edu/facultyreview

List of subject librarians:
libraries.claremont.edu/contact/directories/specialists.asp

RefWorks Workshops for Spring

Learn how to use RefWorks to manage your citations and format your bibliographies online. These hands-on workshops are held in the Keck Learning Room, Honnold/Mudd Library.

Workshop dates and reservation information.

More on Refworks
RefWorks is a web-based bibliography management system that allows you to create and manage your own personal database of articles, web pages, and other types of information valuable for your research. In this workshop you will learn the basics of RefWorks for creating your database and importing records. You will also learn how to use the records in your database to format notes and bibliographies in the appropriate style (MLA, APA, etc.) for your papers.

New Full-Text Music Article Database

RIPM: Retrospective Index of Music Periodicals provides full-text access to a growing number of international and American journals on music and musical life from 1800 to 1950.

Find it under "R" on our databases page.

FMI: Holly Gardinier

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