The Living Writers Series continues at Colgate for the 2014 Fall Semester! Interested in catching up with what our speakers have been writing? You can search the catalog for Living Writers 2014 to get a full list of what we own, and when they’ll be on campus.
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The new acquisition lists are updated monthly and have featured a list of all the newly cataloged acquisitions including books, ebooks, CD’s, videos, and other material. These lists are organized by the by Classification Number or first Subject Heading.
The new video lists are a subset of the new titles created as a separate list to make them easier to browse and a summary of the video is included.
The New Reference Books (print and digital) is a monthly report of the print and digital reference titles added.
Hard to believe that 40 years ago, Richard Nixon resigned as President of the United States. Too young to remember the brouhaha? Read all about it by searching our catalog by subject for Nixon or Watergate. Follow the news as it happened by searching our ProQuest Historical Newspapers database.
Gain some perspective by reading books authored by Nixon and by reading and listening to current retrospective news reports in LexisNexis Academic.
We have a display of government documents surrounding Nixon’s possible impeachment in the new books area (more are available online in ProQuest Congressional and in LASR), the Government Printing Office has made available Nixon grand jury records, and the Nixon Presidential Library finished releasing tapes covering Nixon’s presidency.
But Watergate and impending impeachment were not all of Nixon’s legacy.
Read materials by Nixon by doing an author search in our catalog, looking at the Public Papers of the President (Case Ref Document AE 2.114: ), or browsing the Nixon materials at the American Presidency Project.
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Three new resources have been added to the Libraries’ digital collections.
Punch Historical Archive 1841-1992 - Often noted as the most famous magazine of humor, Punch published some of the finest comic writers in the English language – from W.M. Thackeray to P.G. Wodehouse. Its celebrated cartoons swayed governments and captured the vast shifts in life over two centuries. Recording the impact of rapid technological and social change and commenting on momentous events at home and abroad, Punch is an unrivaled resource for 19th and 20th-Century political and social history.
TLS, the Times Literary Supplement Historical Supplement – 1902- 5 years ago - Since 1902, the Times Literary Supplement has forged a reputation for fine writing, literary discoveries and insightful debate. The TLS has attracted the contributions of the world’s most influential writers and critics, from T.S. Eliot and Virginia Woolf in the 1920s and 30s to A.N. Wilson and Christopher Hitchens in the 1990s and 2000s.
Adforum - is a searchable library of advertising creative work. It contains images and videos with examples of international advertising.
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With the 50th anniversary of the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) is making the official, digital version of the law available on the agency’s Federal Digital System (FDsys). The Civil Rights Act, signed into law by President Lyndon Johnson on July 2, 1964, prohibited segregation and discrimination in schools, public places and activities, and employment practices. GPO employees produced the original document 50 years ago. Today, GPO serves as the digital information platform for the Federal Government, making information available on FDsys, a one-stop site to authentic, published Government information. GPO continues to add historical content like the Civil Rights Act and Warren Commission Report to FDsys.
Want to read the paper copy? The text begins on page 241 of volume 78 of United States Statutes at Large . Our copy is in LASR