ENC Collections

Here is a listing of the main collections found on the ENC Institutional Repository.

2020 Academic Symposium

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Every year, the Honors Scholar Society celebrates the mission of Eastern Nazarene College, both Intellectual and Christian, with the Academic Symposium. We invite all faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends of the college to join us for the 9th Annual Academic Symposium to be held April 15-16, 2020.

English
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Mixed Collection

ENC Authors

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English
Collection Type: 
Mixed Collection

Gould Lecture Series

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The Gould Lectures on Holiness offer the Eastern Nazarene College community the opportunity to hear outstanding Wesleyan scholars discuss aspects of the Christian doctrine of holiness.

Dr. J. Glenn Gould began the Gould Lectures in 1945, in memory of his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. John Gould. The inaugural lecture was published in a book entitled The Whole Council of God.

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Mixed Collection

Gould Library Collection

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Collection Type: 
Collection or Series of Books

Greenbook

Eastern Nazarene College

The freshman Rhetoric Classes together with the English Department at Eastern Nazarene College compiled the works of students into books that they called the Greenbooks.  The first book in the Archives is dated in 1926, but is noted that Greenbooks had been compiled since 1922.  The books consist of  many different types of writings written by the students themselves.

Note that the files are named with the year in which they were published, and the volume number of that title.

English
Type: 
Book

The Kauffman Initiative for the Renewal of Christian Witness

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The Kauffman Initiative for the Renewal of Christian Witness is 
 an annual gathering where students, faculty, staff, and pastors, 
 

English
Collection Type: 
Mixed Collection

The Nautilus

Eastern Nazarene College
The Nautilus

The classes starting in 1922 printed a yearbook containing class photos and other information about the classes in that year.  The publication is called the Nautilus except for the year 1934, in which it was called The Portico.  The years 1933 and 1938 are missing from the possession of the ENC Archives.

English
Type: 
Book

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