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Middlebury College

Archive-It Partner Since: Dec, 2015

Organization Type: Colleges & Universities

Organization URL: http://www.middlebury.edu/   

Description:

With a history spanning across more than two centuries, Middlebury College is a unique institution, among the most highly regarded liberal arts colleges, with a reach extending from our main campus in Vermont's Champlain Valley to specialized and graduate programs located around the world.

Special Collections and Archives at the Middlebury College Library serves as a research laboratory for both the Middlebury community and independent scholars. As part of our firm commitments to open scholarship and to preserving a deep historical record of the Middlebury College community, we excited to be able to collect and share relevant Web content with people around the world via Archive-It.

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Community Responses to Anti-Black Racism and Police Violence

Archived since: Jun, 2020

Description:

The murder of George Floyd on 5/25/2020 by Minneapolis police officers inspired mass uprisings in dozens of American cities against police brutality and the systemic oppression of Black people in the United States. This collection includes responses and reactions from individuals and organizations that make up the Middlebury community to George Floyd's murder, the ensuing protests, Black Lives Matter, and the broader struggle taking place throughout the country in support of civil rights and social justice for Black people in the US.

Subject:   Society & Culture Spontaneous Events Blogs & Social Media Racism Racism on campus Campus politics Police violence George Floyd Black Lives Matter Student activism Social justice Civil rights College activities Student life Student activities Campus culture

Digital Liberal Arts at Middlebury Web Archive

Archived since: Dec, 2015

Description:

Representing a wide range of efforts by staff, students, and faculty to foster digital liberal arts scholarship and pedagogy. The DLA at Middlebury Web Archive has been established by Middlebury College Special Collections and Archives in order to preserve digital projects. The collection includes projects funded by grants from the DLA initiative of the Center for Teaching, Learning, & Research (CTLR) as well as artifacts from broader digital scholarship work within the Middlebury Community.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Arts & Humanities Computers & Technology Digital liberal arts Digital humanities Faculty research Student research

Faculty Projects Web Archive

Archived since: Dec, 2015

Description:

The Faculty Projects Web Archive aims to preserve and ensure future accessibility to a wide array of Web-based research and special projects created by our faculty members.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Middlebury College Faculty research

Middlebury College Community Web Archive

Archived since: Dec, 2015

Description:

Blogs, social media presences, websites, and other Web media representing life and activity surrounding - but not necessarily hosted by - Middlebury College.

From the lighter side of student life to deep critical engagement with campus culture, this transinstitutional collection is intended to document life at Middlebury outside the official channels of communication, to archive diverse points of view and student activities, and to create a historical record of dynamic and engaging discussions that define our collective experience at Middlebury College.

Subject:   Society & Culture Blogs & Social Media Spontaneous Events Student life College activities Campus politics Humor Critical discourse Student activism Student organizations Social justice Campus culture

Vermont Freedom to Marry Web Archive

Archived since: Dec, 2015

Description:

This collection explores the Web presence of Vermont Freedom to Marry (VFM), a non-profit volunteer organization that successfully led efforts to secure same-sex couples' the freedom to marry in Vermont. Founded in 1995 by Middlebury lawyers Susan Murray and Beth Robinson, the organization fostered grass roots support for legal equality of same-gender relationships through educational outreach. Vermont Freedom to Marry continued to promote marriage equality nationally and internationally until 2015 when the organization ceased operation and generously donated their records to Middlebury College Special Collections and Archives, including both print and Web-based resources spanning twenty years.

Subject:   Blogs & Social Media Politics & Elections Society & Culture LGBTQ advocacy Marriage equality Vermont politics

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