Presentation on theme: "BCC/UCF Joint Use Library, Cocoa Florida. Established in 2006 by Phoebe Carpenter to provide funding toward the purchase of books, electronic resources,"— Presentation transcript:
BCC/UCF Joint Use Library, Cocoa Florida
Established in 2006 by Phoebe Carpenter to provide funding toward the purchase of books, electronic resources, media, and scholarly research material for the BCC/UCF Joint –Use Library in Cocoa Purpose was “to recognize the good work being accomplished in the collaboration between UCF and Brevard Community College.”
To date, over 175 titles related to the humanities and Shakespearian studies have been added to the Carpenter Collection in Cocoa. The Oxford English Dictionary (OED) online database subscription for the UCF Libraries has been graciously funded by the John Archer Carpenter Library Enhancement Fund since This OED is considered the largest dictionary of word descriptions and history of usage and continues to be a valued database for UCF students.
The art of the sonnet A companion to Arthurian Literature Fashion : critical and primary sources Bluebeard : a reader’s guide to the English tradition Galileo goes to jail : and other myths about science and religion The Greenwood encyclopedia of homes through world history Magic and masculinity in early modern English drama The merchant of Venice a new perspective The plague in print : essential Elizabethan sources, Playing Shakespeare with the Royal Shakespeare Company Shakespeare and character : theory, history, performance, and theatrical persons The Merchant Of Venice A New Perspective
New books display featuring the Carpenter CollectionBookplate To locate Carpenter items, try a subject search for “Carpenter Collection” in the BCC Catalog:
We would like to thank Phoebe Carpenter for her generous support of the UCF Libraries. Her gift, named for her son John, a Shakespeare scholar and English professor, provides resources that help UCF and BCC students with academic projects. The Carpenter collection will continue to have a positive impact for UCF and BCC students who utilize the BCC/UCF Joint-Use Library in the future.