Pepperdine University Libraries’ department of Special Collections and University Archives was selected as a recipient for an 18-month grant-funded project from the National Historical Publications and Records Commission (NHPRC) in the amount of $110,143. “Preserving the Past, Preparing for the Future:
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The Pepperdine University Libraries have purchased the New Palgrave Dictionary of Economics Online. This is a great resource if you are looking for authoritative, in-depth definitions for concepts such as “sovereign debt” or “arbitrage pricing theory.” The entries are detailed
Welcome back students, faculty, and staff! Over the summer, Pepperdine University Libraries started this twice-monthly blog designed to feature an item from our digital collections, which include a wide range of digitized rare and unique materials from our archives and
Pepperdine University Libraries recently purchased access to the online version of the Encyclopedia of the Bible and Its Reception (EBR). This comprehensive and in-depth encyclopedia offers entries related to the Bible and its origins, development, and influence in religion and
Gardening is, it must be agreed, an inherently fecund activity. In 2003, San Quentin State Prison began an experimental, rehabilitative gardening program in an attempt to improve the social climate of the prison and reduce recidivism rates. Was it effective?
The one-woman show Rachel Calof, which the Pepperdine University Libraries presented in February, opens Friday in New York City as part of the 2011 New York City International Fringe Festival. It was one of 200 international productions selected for this
August brings access to a free PDF version of this featured book from the APPI Bookstore: The Difficult-to-Treat Psychiatric Patient, edited by Mantosh J. Dewan, M.D., and Ronald W. Pies, M.D. Why do some psychiatric patients fail to get better,