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VOLUME 12   NUMBER 3

SPRING 2011

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RESOURCE HIGHLIGHTS

Emily Dickinson's Correspondences
Seventy-four poems and letters from Emily’s correspondence with her sister-in-law and primary confidante, Susan Dickinson.

London Review of Books
An archive containing every piece ever published in the magazine.

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STUDENT INVOLVEMENT
HONORS PROJECT
Student Lauren Zajac honors project in the Burns Library conservation lab.

GIS CONTEST WINNERS
Students Josh Coefer and Christopher Soeller win campus GIS contest.
 


Faculty Publication Highlights

Interviews with authors of
newly published works.

Faculty Research Support
Resources and procedures to support the research process.

Staff Activities
Conferences, new staff, accomplishments.

 

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  Charles Caroll's signature Charles Carroll's Signature in Burns Book
Book found in Burns bearing the signature of Charles Carroll, the only Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence.
  Catherine Cornille The Im-Possibility of Interreligious Dialogue
Video interview with Catherine Cornille, Theology Department, on her book that investigates the possibilities and limits of interreligious dialogue. In 2010 this book received the Frederick J. Streng Award for Excellence in Buddhist-Christian Studies.
  DIY Electronic Course Packs
Using the Library's e-book and e-journal collection as an alternative to commercial print and online course packs.
  Mass Observation Online Mass Observation Online
Mid-twentieth century attitudes of Britons to the Royal Family from the database Mass Observation Online, a collection of British social history material, 1937-1972.
  Oxford English Dictionary Facelift for an Old Friend
The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) takes another step in its evolution from good to great with this newest version.
  Open Access Open Access Myths: Busted!
Misconceptions and myths about Open Access to scholarship addressed.

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