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Class Bibliographies, 2020-2021
Human Health and Disease in America
Primary sources spanning 1865 to 2020 on a variety of health and medical topics including smallpox, 1918 Influenza, AIDS, transexualism, Native Americans, diet, hygiene, Women's health, mental health, and COVID-19.
Class Bibliographies, 2019-2020
Class Bibliographies, 2018-2019
Early American Families
Materials date from 1609 to 1850 and focus on women's rights, juvenile literature, and other aspects of families.
Fords, Flappers & Fundamentalists
Primary source materials from 1920s America.
Human Health and Disease in American History
Primary sources spanning 1865 to 2014 on a variety of health and medical topics including smallpox, AIDS, transexualism, Native Americans, diet, hygiene, Women's health, and mental health.
Tattoos: Aesthetics, Cultures, Past
Materials span 1771 to 2007 and focus on indigenous peoples in North America to the South Pacific.
Class Bibliographies, 2017-2018
America in Depression and War
Materials focus on Civilian Conservation Corps, Japanese American internment, women in the war industry, and World War II.
Asian American History: 1850 - present
Materials focus on Hawaii from early missionaries to post-annexation.
Capitalism in the Renaissance
Early modern books from 1450-1797, manuscripts, Lorenzo de' Medici letters, & parchment documents
Diderot, Montesquieu, Richardson, and Rousseau
Introduction to Doing History & to Being an Historian
A focus on primary sources - a mix of books, pamphlets, and archival materials
The Mexican Revolution
José María Maytorena papers, Mexican newspapers, and books
Race, Space, and Difference
Materials covering the history of Claremont and surrounding areas
Say it in a Letter
Used for PO ID1 class - lists both archival collections and online digital collections that hold a large amount of handwritten correspondence/letters.
The Science of Empire
Materials include: "book history", cartography, natural history, anthropology, geology, and botany.
Tourism: Religious Pilgrimage to Extreme Adventure
Used for PO ID1 class - provides a sampling of materials related to "tourism" found in Special Collections.
Books & archival materials covering Latino/a history with an emphasis on California
Class Bibliographies, 2016-2017
Collections & Collecting
Samples from "select" book collections: Bodman, Crispin, Hoover, Oxford, Wagner, and Wilson and "select" archival collections: Kruska, Miller, Nicgorski, Social Movements, and Voorhis.
First Person America
Materials include first person accounts (letters, diaries, memoirs) from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, as well as materials related to the Revolutionary War, Alexander Hamilton, and the Founding Fathers.
History of the American West
Topics include early California, exploration and travels, Gold Rush and mining, Native Americans, tourism, and urbanization of the West.
Jane Austen’s Britain
Materials on the arts, politics, and culture
How blackness gets constructed in the western imaginary
Race and Raciscm in Colonial Americas
Topics include Native Americans and Slavery
Revolutionary London and Paris
Materials focusing mainly on the Glorious Revolution (England, 1688) and the French Revolution (1789-99)
Maps and atlases from 1511 to 1889.
Class Bibliographies, 2015-2016
Class Bibliographies, 2014-2015
Exhibition Catalogs & Special Event Bibliographies