The Patrons of the Library present 1988 Democratic nominee for President of the United States, Michael Dukakis. Dukakis is the Distinguished Professor of Political Science at Northeastern University, a visiting professor at the Luskin School of Public Affairs at UCLA, and was the three-term governor of Massachusetts.
The Pollak Library invites campus faculty to join us for complimentary wine, beer, and food as we explore and discuss the viability of an Open Access Policy. The program features Christopher Kelty (Ph.D., MIT) of UCLA as our keynote speaker, followed by a panel of distinguished CSU Fullerton faculty.
The name California originated 1510 in a five-volume romance, and California was represented as an island on maps throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. Early maps tell us not only what was known at a certain time, but also about that time’s ignorance, fears, hope, misunderstandings, and fantasies.
The Play Index database provides citations for over 30,000 plays written from Antiquity to the present & published from 1949 to present. Play Index includes plays written in, or translated into, English. Search for plays by title, author, subject, style, genre, cast type, & more.
A primary source collection presenting multiple aspects of the African-American community through pamphlets, newspapers, periodicals, correspondence, official records and in-depth oral histories. These documents reveal challenges of racism, discrimination and integration.