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AMST 1007 American studies web museum: Race and Education at Middlebury College, 2012 January

Identifier: s7_amst_aswm

Scope and Contents

Archived website entitled "Race and Education at Middlebury College" created by students in Professor Holly Allen's January 2012 American Web Museum course.

Individual webpages include "Philomathesian Society Debates Racial Issues," "Martin Freeman and Liberia," "Middlebury Fraternities and Racial Exclusion," "Black Student Union," "Middlebury's Curriculum: A Call for Diversity," and "Middlebury Athletes of Color."


  • 2012 January

Conditions Governing Access

Open for research without restriction.

Biographical / Historical

This website was made by studetns in the American Studies Web Museum, an experimental course in local history and web design taught by Professor Holly Allen during January 2012. Students used original archival materials from Special Collections to create new exhibits for the American Studies Web Museum, a multi-year collaborative project at Middlebury College. This year's exhibits focus on a range of nineteenth- and twentieth-century texts having to do with the history of race and education at Middlebury College.


1 Digital file

Language of Materials


Existence and Location of Copies

Archived copy of website (captured May 2017) available via Archive-It.

Repository Details

Part of the Middlebury College Special Collections & Archives Repository

Middlebury College
Davis Family Library
110 Storrs Avenue
Middlebury Vermont 05753 United States