The Nebraska Wesleyan University Forum series highlights famous guest speakers on campus from the 1980's through the 1999's. For more information, please contact the Cochrane-Woods Library.
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VHS Activism is based on collections of VHS tapes linked to themes like AIDS and Activism. Over the course of her career, Prof. Alexandra Juhasz collected hundreds of VHS tapes by film artists out of the mainstream of cinema. In some cases, these films are not commercially available. This collection is designed to bring together the digitizations of the tapes themselves with student-driven annotations, as well as records and references in other media, such as reviews, websites, and study guides. This project is part of the OER Pilot Project at Brooklyn College.
This collection includes twelve video recordings of a series of talks given at Hartwick College in Oneonta, NY as part of a semester long conference of exhibitions, speakers, demonstrations, performances and films in the Fall of 2000 entitled Buddhism in the Catskills. The conference was sponsored by the National Endowment for the Humanities, Hartwick College, the Foreman Creative and Performing Arts Series and the Upper Catskill Community Council of the Arts. These video recordings help to document the growing importance of the Catskills as a regional center for Buddhism.
Access to this collection is made possible by support from the Council of Independent Colleges and The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
This project, entitled Addressing the Un-Addressed: Tuskegee University's Hidden Audio Collections, 1957-1971, includes speeches given by important Civil Rights leaders and events. These audio files highlight people and organizations that were instrumental in promoting the modern Civil Rights Movement. They not only fill in historical gaps, but provide insight into the relationships between important Civil Rights leaders and their constituents.
Digitized versions of selected collections covering topics such as art, film, music, history and anthropology.
These travel films contain historical, social and anthropological information dating from 1940 through 1980 and were shot mainly in the United States but also include extensive footage of Europe and Asia as well. The collection comprises both the private histories of home movies and the public record of travel films and is an important source of information for the researchers in the humanities and social sciences.
The Senatorial Papers of Claiborne deBorda Pell consists of the records of the Senator and his staff. These files cover the 36 years Pell served as a United States Senator from Rhode Island, beginning in 1960 and ending in 1997. Select audio cassettes and audio reels have been digitized and made available in this digital collection. Original materials are held in the University of Rhode Island Archives and Special Collections.
The Senatorial Papers of Claiborne deBorda Pell consists of the records of the Senator and his staff. These files cover the 36 years Pell served as a United States Senator from Rhode Island, beginning in 1960 and ending in 1997. Select broadcast films, VHS tapes, and 16mm films have been digitized and made available in this digital collection. Original materials are held in the University of Rhode Island Archives and Special Collections .
Animations produced by the bio-animation group at the City College of New York to aid biology faculty members in delivering class instructions. These self explanatory videos will enhance the learning experience of the students leading to better comprehension of the subject.
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