nspired by the Archimedes Palimpsest – an ancient 10th century manuscript that was overwritten around 300 years later by Christian monks – Samuel T Barber focuses on a contemporary re-imagining of what might constitute a text within a text in the 21st century.
We have recently joined LA as Subject, a research alliance dedicated to preserving and improving access to the archival material of Los Angeles, and are exhibiting there for the first time this year.
Join CSU Fullerton and Cal Poly Pomona in celebrating National Library Week, April 12 – 18, 2015. On exhibit are select Star Trek memorabilia from CSU Fullerton Pollak Library, University Archives and Special Collections’ Science Fiction Ephemera Collection.
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.