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AMST 1007 Designing a Field House museum, 2013-2014 January

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Identifier: s7_amst_1007

Scope and Contents

Includes archived Field House Museum website created by students in Holly Allen's AMST 1007 J-term course. Websites created by students include "Greatest Teams in Middlebury History," "History of Tennis," "Path to the Pros," "History of Women's Ice Hockey," "History of Squash," "History of Baseball," "History of Track and Field," History of Men's Lacrosse," "Early Sports at Middlebury," "Middlebury Sports Traditions," "Culture and Traditions of Winter Carnival," "Women's Sports and Title IX," "Evolution of Athletic Facilities," "NESCAC at Middlebury," "A History of Middlebury Football," "A History of Middlebury Skiing," "Oral History of Middlebury Basketball," and "A History of Middlebury Hockey."

Dates

  • 2013-2014 January

Conditions Governing Access

Open for research without restriction.

Biographical / Historical

J-term course taught by Associate Professor of American Studies, Holly Allen. The exhibits on the Field House Museum site were generated by students in the winter term course Designing a Field House Museum, in collaboration with faculty, archivists, athletic administrators, and representatives of Sasaki Associates, the architectural firm charged with designing the new field house.

Each exhibit offers a thematic approach to Middlebury sports history. A separate exhibit features interviews with Middlebury coaches and administrators. A timeline of Middlebury athletics is also included.

Extent

From the Record Group: 7.5 Linear Feet (14 document boxes, 3 half document boxes, 1 bound volume)

Language of Materials

English