This semester 42 students are enrolled in the History and Principles of Quakerism class taught by Professor Emma Lapsansky-Werner. The record number of curious scholars is a reflection of the growing interest in Quakerism on Haverford’s campus. Last week two library sessions were held with students to orient them to the resources in the Quaker Collection that will help them complete their assignments that include a group project on a Quaker novel, presentation of Pendle Hill Pamphlets and a challenging bibliographic essay on some aspect of Quakerism. Students and librarians will be very busy in the weeks ahead exploring the breadth and depth of our collection!
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