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Month: February 2014

Remembering Science Fiction Author Frank Herbert: Highlighting His Archives In the Pollak Library

Posted in Academic Communities, Academic Disciplines, Arts & Humanities, Faculty, General News, Library Collections, Library Research, Staff & Administrators, University Archives, and Visiting the Library

Members of the Cal State Fullerton community, as well a members of the general public, may not know Dune author Frank Herbert’s connection to the Pollak Library. Since the last 1960s, we have been home to his manuscripts and working papers, formally known as the Frank Herbert Archives.

Patrons of the Library Present Dr. Brian Michael Norton Speaking On “Literature and the Aesthetics of Everyday Life”

Posted in Academic Communities, Faculty, General News, Library & Partner Events, Staff & Administrators, Students, and Visiting the Library

Assistant Professor of English and Comparative Literature at CSUF, to speak on Saturday, March 8th, about the philosophy of happiness in the long eighteenth century.

Spotlighting Recent Pollak Library Resources on African American Studies

Posted in Academic Communities, Academic Disciplines, Arts & Humanities, Faculty, General News, Library Collections, Library Instruction, Library Research, Library Services, Research Assistance, Social Sciences, Students, and Visiting the Library

In honor of African American History Month, a roundup highlighting Pollak Library collections focusing on African American Studies.