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New Materials for February

March 7, 2020 by Reference Desk | Exhibits and Displays

This month, the library celebrates Women’s History Month with a display of books highlighting women who have made an impact on women’s rights. A new addition to the library’s collection is the book No vote for women: the denial of suffrage in reconstruction America, detailing the challenges of Susan B. Anthony and Elizabeth Cady Stanton’s

New Materials for January

January 5, 2020 by Reference Librarian | Exhibits and Displays

Happy New Year! If you are taking a break from school or beginning the Interterm, stop by the library to take a look at the new materials. For food and tea lovers out there, learn more about its history and current struggles in The taste of empire: how Britain’s quest for food shaped the modern

New Materials for December

December 9, 2019 by Reference Librarian | Exhibits and Displays

Finals week is here! Looking for that last resource to complete your research paper? Grab some last minute materials to help get you through the end of the semester. The new materials display is located behind the reference desk and everything is available for check-out. Featured DVDs Featured Books Education Children and materialities : the

New Materials for November

November 9, 2019 by Reference Desk | Exhibits and Displays

While stopping by the library for research materials, be sure to check out some of the newest books we have added to the collection: The New Materials display is located behind the Reference Desk and everything is available for check-out. Featured DVDs     Featured Books Humanities Hunger in War and Peace: Women and Children

New Materials for October

October 5, 2019 by Reference Desk | Exhibits and Displays

While stopping by the library for reading materials, be sure to check out some of the newest books we have added to the collection: In the book, Marc Davis: In His Own Words, Imagineering the Disney Theme Parks, read about how Marc would become one of the most renowned of Walt Disney’s new breed of

New Materials for September

September 6, 2019 by Reference Desk | Exhibits and Displays

School is back in session, and the Leatherby Libraries added great new reads. Explore the history of Disney’s past female artists in  Ink & Paint: The Women of Walt Disney’s Animation, and take a further look into art practices in Study On Chinese Traditional Theory Of Artistic Style. The New Materials display is located behind

New Materials for August

August 19, 2019 by Reference Desk | Exhibits and Displays

The summer break is over, and students prepare to return or begin at Chapman! Why not catch up on some reading or check out a new DVD? Also take a look at The Undoing Project: A Friendship That Changed Our Minds, which explores the workings of the human mind two fascinating individuals so fundamentally different

New Materials for July

July 1, 2019 by Reference Desk | Exhibits and Displays

Hello! What better way to cool off this summer than to read one of our newest additions to the library collection under a shady tree or in our air-conditioned Leatherby Libraries? Get some ideas for what book to read next for the Community of Readers with A Booklover’s Companion. Pick up a book from the

Chapman University’s Collection of Russian Icons Gets a Digital Makeover

August 27, 2018 by | Exhibits and Displays

A Virtual Exhibition for Chapman University’s Collection of Russian Icons Patrons will now be able to explore Chapman University’s extraordinary collection of Russian Icons and learn more about the Russian icon tradition through a new, virtual exhibition created by Jessica Bocinski ’18 and Dr. Wendy Salmond. This website, powered by Omeka.net (a digital collections open

Half a Million Downloads for Digital Commons! Chapman University's growing institutional repository

April 23, 2018 by Kristin Laughtin-Dunker | News

Continuing its trend of exponential growth, Chapman University Digital Commons has reached its biggest milestone to date, surpassing 500,000 cumulative downloads! Launched in August 2014, the Digital Commons is home to over 18,000 pieces of faculty and student scholarship, archives, and other creative materials developed by the Chapman community. This repository provides authors with a

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