Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Hampshire College and Hampshire County Novel Coronavirus COVID-19
Hampshire College and Hampshire County Novel Coronavirus COVID-19, 2020-
The 2019 Novel Coronavirus pandemic has had a global impact. Locally, in Amherst County and Amherst, Massachusetts, the operations of educational institutional (K-12 and higher education), area business and daily activities of the community have changed. This archive documents the developing response to COVID-19 in County, Government, and the administration of Hampshire College. The archive also documents the effect on faculty and staff as well as student life.
Hampshire College Oral History Collection
Recordings and transcripts of oral history interviews conducted by historian Amy Mittelman with Hampshire College founders, faculty, and administrators between 1986 and 2014.
Hampshire College Websites
Humans of Hampshire College
Humans of Hampshire College, 2020-
Humans of Hampshire College was created in October 2016 by Dmitry Pepper 16F. HOHC was established to showcase the unique lives of the many different people at Hampshire College. Inspired by Humans of New York, the main purpose of this page is to allow Hampshire students, faculty, and staff to share their stories and to celebrate Hampshire's diversity.
Leonard B. Glick Papers
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 Papers
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.