The MimiJac Palgen Memorial Collection includes original photographs, photographic negatives, slides, support literature, 8 regional decorative objects and assorted postcards, cards and flyers of Cambodia, Thailand, Vietnam and Indonesia, 1946 to 1982. The photograph-negative collection, the work of Mrs. Mimi Palgen-Maisonneuve, consists of over 1,000 black and white, self-developed Rolleiflex negatives and photographs of village and rural scenes, as well as everyday images of urban lives of the Cambodian people during the period from 1946 ...
Founded and directed by Lawrence Krauss, the Origins Project was created to explore humankind's most fundamental questions about our origins. To tackle these questions, we bring together a diverse collection of the world’s leading scientists, scholars, and public intellectuals to discuss, and if possible create, new research opportunities associated with forefront issues ranging from the origin of the universe to the origins of life, modern humans, consciousness, culture, complex systems and technology.
The Tiktaalik Collection (TTC) compiles papers related to sustainability science and education, including engineering, ethics, economics, policy, and environmental systems. TTC is edited by Thomas P Seager, Associate Professor in the School of Sustainable Engineering & the Built Environment.
Dr. Thomas Hopkins has digitized several publications which reflect the history of federal policy regarding American Indian education. Included in this collection are essays and reflections by Dr. Hopkins of his time working in this field.
A collection of available Thunderbird School of Global Management Course Catalogs and MBA Bulletins provided by the Office of the Provost, Arizona State University.
James and Ana Melikian have collected rare books and manuscripts, liturgical objects, and many other works of art. Materials from their collection have been shown in several recent museum exhibitions, including Sacred Word and Image: Five World Religions organized by the Phoenix Art Museum (2012) and accompanied by a catalog. Offered here is their collection of Japanese rare books, manuscripts, and objects of historical interest, which continues to grow. Faculty and graduate students at Arizona ...
Research on all aspects of traumatic death, including stillbirth and perinatal death, child death, homicide, suicide, rituals, epidemiology and etiology, culture, psychosocial care, mindfulness based models for caregiving
Undocumented Voices is an oral history project that seeks to document the lives of undocumented students, known as dreamers, who have, and are currently, pursuing a more inclusive US immigration policy. These students have captured the public attention for the extensive social and political movement that they have built on college campuses around the U.S. The Undocumented Voices project aims to create a public conversation about what it means to be an immigrant and an ...
The University Archives Audio and Visual Materials consist of archival audio recordings, motion pictures and video productions selected from the University Archives Collections. Media is added as permissions are secured, and resources for digitization become available.
Electronic publications from the Archives collections including detailed or specialized guides to archival collections and digitized compilations of university data from hardcopy sources.