Brown University Deposited Collections

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    Materials from the archives of Ladd Observatory, including eclipse expedition scrapbooks, slides, and associated materials from Charles H. Smiley.

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  • Brown Science Center: ... Thumbnail

    Science Cartoons (SciToons) is a science education program based in Brown University’s Science Center. It was developed to engage STEM and non-STEM students and faculty in the creation of science animation. The SciToons model is a new approach for ...

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    A collection of ephemera (postcards, menu & rate cards, brochures, etc.) documenting the importance of the Catskills resort communities in American Jewish Life. Additional information can be found on the Catskills Institute website [catskills@brown.edu].

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    The Center for Digital Scholarship (CDS), a cross-departmental group in the Brown University Library, supports digital scholarship for the Brown community and beyond by supporting scholarly and academic activities that are conducted or enhanced through the use of digital technology ...

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    This collection contains oral history interviews with alumnae of Brown University, which admitted its first women students in 1891. The Women's College at Brown was renamed Pembroke College in 1928, and in 1971, Pembroke College merged with the Men ...

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    Digitized issues of Ciné-Tracts: A Journal of Film, Communication, Culture and Politics. Ciné-Tracts was founded in 1977 and edited by Ron Burnett until it ceased publication in late 1982. During that time, the journal published seventeen issues (1,247 pages ...

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    A journal born from the collapse of the New Left and hopes for a new beginning of a social movement, but also of left-wing thinking about culture, Cultural Correspondence was in many ways a unique publication.

    Its founding editors, Paul ...

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    This collection contains data associated with a publication, including journal articles, monographs, and theses and dissertations, among others. Data sets in this collection are classified as supplementary data or underlying data. Supplementary data typically accompany the publication and include files ...

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    Digital art works from across the disciplines.

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    Powerfully illustrated through the lives of three Mexican/Chicana women - Ramona Medina, Socorro Gomez-Potter, and Yolanda Almaraz-Esquivel - "Educating Change:  Latina Activism and the Struggle for Educational Equity" documents a history of Mexican women's migration and activism, and considers its ...

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    Thomas Banchoff's impressive collection of information about Edwin Abbott Abbott, the author of the Victorian novel Flatland. Including editions, letters and images of Abbott, a bibliography, essays.

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    Since 2008, students from the Brown Center for Public Humanities have worked with Professor Anne Valk on collaborative projects to preserve and present the cultural heritage and social history of the Fox Point neighborhood. An archival collection of oral history ...

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  • Geographic Information Systems ... Thumbnail

    Each year during the GIS Open House Poster Session at Brown University students demonstrate the wide variety of social, political, cultural, historical, and scientific questions that can be addressed using powerful digital mapping and spatial analysis technologies. This collection of ...

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    The Brown University Herbarium was founded in 1869 when the University acquired the collections of the Providence Franklin Society and Stephen Thayer Olney. Currently, the herbarium includes around 100,000 plant specimens and is an important depository of Rhode Island ...

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  • Opening the Archives: ... Thumbnail

    Opening the Archives is a joint effort by Brown University and the Universidade Estadual de Maringá, Paraná, Brazil to digitize and index 10,000 U.S. State Department documents on Brazil from 1963-73 and make them available to the public ...

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  • Senate Elections Data ... Thumbnail

    In the Senate Elections Data Project 1871-1913, largely funded by a National Science Foundation grant (NSF 0517813; Principal Investigator, Wendy J. Schiller) we have collected the roll call votes from state and house state journals for all identified elections for ...

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    Each year, Brown showcases the research of nearly 200 undergraduates at our Summer Research Symposium. More than half of the student-researchers are UTRA recipients, while others receive funding from a variety of Brown-administered and national programs and fellowships. Presenters include ...

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  • The Theater that ... Thumbnail

    A digital collection of views and maps from Rome of the 16th-18th century. The collection features a selection of works from the extraordinary collection of Vincent J. Buonanno '66, focused on views and maps of the Eternal City from the ...

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  • The Warren Alpert ... Thumbnail

    The Scholarly Concentrations Program is an elective program through which Alpert Medical School students may elect to pursue a course of study beyond that of the conventional medical education curriculum. Every student who participates in a concentration must submit a ...

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    The Summer Research Showcase is an annual event at Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University that provides Year II medical students a venue to present their summer research in a poster format. Participation in the Showcase is required for ...

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    An audio Internet archive of the Literary Arts Program at Brown University – an attempt, however modest, to make available to remote listeners, on campus and off, the pleasure of hearing, in real time, readings and performances by the many writers ...

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