The Rubén Darío Papers contain approximately 900 handwritten pages of poetry, essays, short stories, diplomatic memos, and personal letters created by Nicaraguan poet Rubén Darío (1867-1916). These manuscripts document Darío's life and work as a journalist, diplomat, and poet between 1882 and 1915. Rubén Darío was born on January 18, 1867 in Metapa, Nicaragua, currently known as Ciudad Darío. He is recognized as one of Latin America's most famous poets and as Nicaragua's most revered ...
This collection contains unpublished works produced by graduate and undergraduate students in the School of Life Sciences. Scholarly works can include, but are not limited to, poster sessions, conference proceedings, reports, special projects, grant applications, unpublished reports of negative results, observations, and protocol notes.
Student capstone and applied projects from ASU's School of Sustainability.
Photographs, audio, film and video recordings selected from the Personal and Political Papers of Senator Barry M. Goldwater. Color images from Goldwater's 1964 campaign for President of the United States are included.
Audio recordings and digitized motion pictures selected from the Senator Carl T. Hayden Papers. Materials are added as permissions are secured and resources become available.
Individual repository of Sherman Dorn, Professor, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College. In my scholarship, I trace how society defines school problems and how those definitions shape education policy. In my first major research project, I documented that dropping out became defined as a crisis in the 1960s when the proportion of teens graduating from high school had been rising for years. I have written on various topics on special education, from the fuzzy public-private divide ...
Smita Joshipura is serving as an Electronic Resources Management Coordinator at Arizona State University since 2007, where she is responsible for management of e-Resources from Acquisitions to Access. Prior to this she was an Acquisitions Librarian at the same institution from 2000 onward. She has her Master's in Library and Information Science degree from India and University of Arizona, USA, and have rich experience for more than 20 years in Research, Academic, and Public Libraries ...
This is a collection of photos taken by Lola Dunaway (1929-2004) during the time she spent teaching English (1988-89) at the Institute of Zoology in Kunming, Yunnan Province. Many of the photos are of the local people, especially the Sani, Dali and Yi people. This is a record of a fast disappearing way of life in rural China. Only a few of the photos have a description of the photo content.
This collection contains the final, student papers prepared for Dr. Karen Anderson's course, Solutions in Vaccine Design for Global Health (BIO 494/598).
Audio, film and video recordings selected from various archival collections in Special Collections.