Archive for March 2009

Women Make History events   1 comment

The Harper College Library is proud to sponsor the following events for Women’s History Month. All events will be held in A242. Check individual events for times and dates.

Join us on March 23 at 1 pm for a lecture by Stephany Rimland as she discusses “Women in the Arts: Beyond Feminism” This lecture will look at the first wave and subsequent development of a feminist critique of and rethinking of art history and how women artists of today view themselves in relation to feminism and the “gender” problem.

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Our lecture series concludes on March 24 at 12pm with a presentation by Liberal Arts instructor, JJ Pionke as she presents “Eat Your Vegetables! Women, Food and Culture.” JJ’s lecture will explore the changing relationship between women and food throughout American history with special emphasis on women at home.

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Posted March 19, 2009 by Michele Ukleja in Library events, news, What's New?

Women Make History event   Leave a comment

 

 

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This Women Make History event is the first of three events sponsored by the library.  All events will take place in A242.  Other events include a lecture by Stephany Rimland  entitled “Women in the Arts: Beyond Feminism” (March 23 (1-2pm) and a lecture by JJ Pionke entitled “Eat your Vegetables! Women, Food, and Culture” March 24 (12-1 pm) All three lectures are free and open to the public.

Posted March 10, 2009 by Michele Ukleja in Library events, What's New?

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Streaming Videos available at the library!   Leave a comment

Films on Demand

 

Did you know that the Harper College Library has over 400 streaming videos available for you? The videos may be accessed by students and faculty members any place you have an Internet connection. If you are off-campus you will be prompted for a sign-on.  Simply use the same sign-on that you use for the student portal.  We recently made it easier to find your videos by adding access to them through the FilmsOnDemand database. Simply click on the FOD graphic (seen above) on the library home page and you will be taken into the database.  Video titles may be searched or you can browse through the titles by subject. We add new titles to this database each week so check back often to see what’s new.

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