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Portrait of Paul Contino next to cover of his book.

Paul Contino discussed his latest book, "Dostoevsky's Incarnational Realism," which offers a theological study of Fyodor Dostoevsky's final novel, "The Brothers Karamazov."

Catherine Meeks lecturing over Zoom.

We welcomed Catherine Meeks (George Pepperdine College, '70) for a conversation about the journalist and activist Ida B. Wells and about her time as a student at Pepperdine.

Malibu tiles with flamingo motifs

Kelsey Knox presented on our collection of Malibu tiles and how we make them more widely available through our digitization efforts.

portrait of Chris Doran with title of lecture

Chris Doran's research seeks to articulate a Christian theological response to both human and nonhuman migration and displacement due to the climate crisis.

Portrait of John Struloeff next to cover image of his book

Malibu poet laureate John Struloeff read from "The Work of a Genius," his newest book of poems inspired by the life of Albert Einstein. 

image of Melissa Nykanen and an open scroll

From a manuscript scroll to the latest in printing technology, Melissa Nykanen gave a history of the Bible as seen in examples from Pepperdine's rare and historic collections.

Intro slide with portrait of Dr. Brenda Stevenson

Brenda E. Stevenson (UCLA) presented on race relations in LA for the second installment of our Larry Donnell Kimmons Memorial Lecture Series.

Portrait of Jason Blakely

Jason Blakely (Pepperdine), Michael A. Helfand (Pepperdine), and Samuel D. Rocha (University of British Columbia) discussed Dr. Blakely's new book.

John Mooney speaking over Zoom

Colleen Mullally moderated a panel discussion with open access publishing pros Theo Lynn (Dublin City College) and John Mooney (Pepperdine).

Image of Ed Larson speaking over Zoom

On Thursday, October 29, 2020, Pepperdine Libraries hosted a panel discussion on "Franklin & Washington: The Founding Partnership," the newest book by Edward J. Larson.

John Emery speaking in Payson Library

On Wednesday, April 10, 2019, Dr. John Emery spoke in Payson Library about the promises and pitfalls of the technology, robotics, and future of war.

Image of David Jolly and Patrick Murphy in Conversation

On Tuesday, October 23, 2018, former U.S. Representatives David Jolly (R-Fl) and Patrick Murphy (D-Fl) s​poke about the importance of bipartisan partnership.