New librarians!

The libraries are pleased to announce that two new librarians have joined us over the Summer.

Research award winner

Congratulations to Jennifer Wilde, the winner of the second annual Library Research Award in the academic paper category, for her essay It Goes On: Tragedy and Resilience in the Warsaw Ghetto.

Book Art Award Winners

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Congratulations to Stephanie Laursen, who is the winner of the 3rd annual CCA Libraries Student Book Art Competition.

Bibliography of the History of Art

As of today (no foolin'), the Bibliography of the History of Art (BHA), a major index of scholarly writing on art history in the west, is available for free

April Deadlines for CASH Prizes

Student book art prize $200 - Deadline Apr. 9
Undergrad research awards 2 x $200 - Deadline Apr. 28

News junkies

CSPAN just put up 160,000 hours (!) of programming

New Materials Resource Center in the News

This article appeared on page E - 10 of the San Francisco Chronicle,
Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Natl Archive Photos

The U.S. National Archives up and put a bunch of photo collections into Flickr Commons.

Videos for Black History Month

A Selection of Videos for Black History Month on view in Meyer Library through February.

CCA/C images database

We're pleased to announce the release of a new CCA Images and Archives finding tool.

Louise Stanley exhibit

Louise Stanley exhibit poster

Journals and paintings by M. Louise Stanley (MFA Painting, 1969) are on display in Meyer Library (Oak) from January 8 through March 5.

Victoria and Albert Museum

The Victoria and Albert Museum has made over 1,000,000 images from their collections available, "including ceramics, fashion, furniture, glass, metalwork, p

Solar decathlon resources

If you want some background on the Solar Decathlon excitement, where Team California's Refract House is currentl

History videos

American History in Video is a huge collection of videos from the likes of PBS and the History Channel, but cooler than those are their digitized old

Cinefiles

This new free database from the Pacific Film Archive is fantastic:
Cinefiles contains scanned images of reviews, press kits,
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