Searches through citations and the full text This project started in December 2013. Since then, each summer, Carleton students work with Professor Myint in the field and collect images, videos, and documents to be deposited in this archive as a record of the memories of the people of Myanmar.
Resource Type: Carleton Curricular Collections
Searches through citations and the full text This collection contains examples of drawings done on the Studio Art South Pacific program between the years 1996 and 2013. The program is led by Fred Hagstrom who travels with students to the Cook Islands, New Zealand and Australia every other year.
(Searches through citations, subject indexing, and the full text) Images, video, oral history, data, and documentation related to the history, ecology, and future development of the Prairie Creek Wildlife Management Area (WMA). The Prairie Creek WMA lies one mile west and one mile south of Dennison, MN.
Searches through citations and the full text This growing digital collection comprises a variety of historical and contemporary materials relating to the history of the Cowling Arboretum, land management and restoration activities, student projects and staff and faculty research.
Searches through citations and the full text The American Sublime Collection contains images from the slide collection of Professor Elizabeth McKinsey who teaches in the English and American Studies department.
Searches through citations and the full text The Little Sandy Review was an influential folk fanzine published in Minneapolis by Paul Nelson and Jon Pankake that ran from 1959 to 1965.
Searches through citations and the full text The collection is comprised of digital images of book illustrations from rare, early, and contemporary editions of Victorian texts in the Carleton Rare Books collection and professor Susan Jaret McKinstry’s personal library.
Searches through citations and the full text The California Images collection is composed of digital images from the slide collection of Professor Michael Kowalewski, who teaches English and American Studies. The collection supports teaching and student research in his American Studies seminar, “Visions of California.”
(Searches through citations) Lauren Soth, professor emeritus at Carleton, created these images for use his courses at Carleton. Now they are part of the record of the history of architecture.
(Searches through citations) Contains images of artworks created by Carleton students as part of their coursework. The images are for current students to reference for ideas and inspiration.