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This collection consists of the papers of dancer, author, and educator Barbara Mettler. The collection includes professional correspondence, clippings, scrapbooks, artworks, photographs, articles detailing her dance career, notebooks, and numerous published works related to her philosophy of dance.
Series 1: Registration Day Photographs consists of 33 hand-colored black-and-white photographic portraits of all the people who came into Mayes' office on registration day in 1973. Series II: Photographs of Cole Science Center Offices consists of 31 black-and-white photographs taken during Fall Colloquy in September 1971. While most faculty were at the first faculty meeting, Mayes phtographed their offices on the east side of the newly-opened science center.
This workshop, held at Hampshire College on June 24-29, 1979, was the first conference on reproductive technology to focus on women's perceptions of the ethical issues involved. The file, kept by principal investigator Helen B. Holmes, includes material on grant proposals and planning, the conference itself, two books which were later published of the conference proceedings, and reaction to the conference and the books.
Materials documenting the management and activities of Greenwich House and Enfield House at Hampshire College from 1972 to 1983.
Records documenting the work of the Hampshire College Board of Trustees from 1965-2008. Includes founding documents for Hampshire College; Trustee by-laws; minutes, agendas from quarterly Board of Trustee meetings; memoranda, reports, statistical summaries, and committee reports; and records from Trustee committees, including the Committee for the Evaluation of the President and Vice-President and two presidential search committees.
Publications, clippings, press releases, memos, correspondence, reports, fact sheets, photographs, and audiovisual recordings created or acquired by the Communications Office at Hampshire College.
This collection consists of four series: I:Annual Report to the Board of Trustees; II: Administrative Committee; III: Student Correspondence; IV: Personal Files
Recordings and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted by historian Amy Mittelman with Hampshire College founders, faculty, and administrators between 1986 and 2014.
The Hampshire College Archives and Special Collections collects, preserves, and provides access to materials documenting the history of the college. Through its web archiving program, Archives and Special Collections selectively captures web content produced by or about Hampshire, its students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
Documentation of the Hampshire College Yurt Project, with records dating from 1993 to 1998. The endeavors of a student-led group, the Hampshire College Yurt Project sought to explore methods of alternative education and community development. This collection contains documentation of the project, from the 1993 initial concepts to the groundbreaking and final construction of the building in 1998.
This collection consists of Harold Johnson's correspondence with the first three presidents of Hampshire College, arranged in chronological order.
Herman H. Goldstine, mathematician, was intimately involved in the design and development of the first electronic computers. The collection includes materials produced or supervised by Dr. Goldstine, or collected by him for use in the preparation of his book on the history of computers.
The papers of Kenneth Rosenthal, the firest treasurer of Hampshire College, who served from 1971 to 1975. Prior to his tenure as treasurer, Rosenthal was instrumental in planning for the College. He served as Secretary of the College from 1975-1976.
A cultural anthropologist and author, Leonard Glick was a professor of anthropology at Hampshire College from 1972 until 2002. This collection includes syllabi from courses taught by Glick while at Hampshire, as well as a self-published book of his academic insights.
Lynn Miller (1932-2018) became a founding faculty member and professor emeritus of biology at Hampshire College. His principal research interests were genetics (human and microbial), molecular biology, and evolution. The collection contains publications, research, and correspondence documenting his professional and personal life, and undergraduate work of his students.
This collection documents the activities of Merrill House, a student dormitory at Hampshire College, from 1969 to 1995.
A collection of screenprint posters from the Occupy movement.
The bulk of this collection includes correspondance between Robert L. Herbert, Professor Emeritus, Mount Holyoke College, and John J. Zarobell, Hampshire College alum and art historian. Correspondence dates from 2002 to 2015.
Materials mostly documenting the activities the student group SOURCE (Students of Under-Represented Cultures and Ethnicities) at Hampshire College, known until 1981 as the Third World Organization.
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- Art -- History 1
- Biology -- Study and teaching (Higher) -- Massachusetts 1
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- Dance 1
- Emotions in dance 1
- Evolution (Biology) 1
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- Frankia 1
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- Improvisation in dance 1
- Mentoring 1 ∧ less
- German 1
- Spanish; Castilian 1