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Middlebury College -- Courses

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:

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

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 stduents 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...
Dates: 2013-2014 January

Andrews, David H. (faculty), August 24, 1995

Identifier: MOH110
Scope and Contents 1 audio cassette tape containing interview with David H. Andrews, Middlebury College Professor of Anthropology. This interview was conducted at David Andrews' home on South Street in Middlebury, Vermont. Andrews discusses how he came to Middlebury; the difference between old and young professors; department divides in the faculty; how he was directly appointed by President Olin Robison; faculty attitudes about President Armstrong; Robert Pickard; linguistics at Middlebury; students study...
Dates: August 24, 1995

Benjamin Leslie Haydon collection

Identifier: C-126
Scope and Contents Collection contains 53 folders, from 1894-1897, the years of Benjamin Haydon’s education at Middlebury College. Included in the collection are 28 textbooks*, also from Haydon’s years at Middlebury. The collection represents materials generated in classwork, books used in Middlebury College classes, notes taken for classes by Benjamin Leslie Haydon, who was graduated in 1897. His classes at Middlebury prepared him for the career that he followed as a teacher and principal in grammar and...
Dates: 1893-1897

Class of 1923 Allen Douglass Bliss scrapbook, 1915-1922

 Item — Box 83
Identifier: A9
Scope and Contents

sport schedules; newspaper clippings; courses; programs; various forms; chemistry; letters; commencement.

Dates: 1915-1922

Class of 1923 Dorothy Mitta Parsons scrapbook, 1919-1924

 Item — Box 69
Identifier: Scrapbooks
Scope and Contents

"Book of Friends;" concert tickets and programs, "Independent" club/org events, sports schedules, religion, courses, Bread Loaf, Spanish, Theta Chi Epsilon, athletic events.

Dates: 1919-1924

Class of 1930 Janice E. Alwill scrapbook, 1926 - 1930

 Item — Box 1
Identifier: Scrapbooks
Scope and Contents

This thick scrapbook, created by Middlebury student Janice E. Alwill '30, contains photographs, dance cards, luncheon, social activity ephemera, newspaper clippings, coursework, ojects, postcards, and other memorabilia. The pages are noted and well documented and it includes primarily original materials.

Dates: 1926 - 1930

Class of 1935 Walter Wyman Smith, Jr. scrapbook, 1931 - 1935

 Item — Box 87
Identifier: A9
Scope and Contents This scrapbook contains memorabilia from Smith's college years, 1931-1935, including programs (plays, debate competitions including international debate against Oxford University and the University of Puerto Rico, the Parker Merrill speech competition, commencement exercises, church services, variety shows, class day, and sporting events), essays, numerous issues of the Middlebury Campus, various issues of independent and satirical publications (South Painter Gazette, Sig Ep Panther, Supmac...
Dates: 1931 - 1935

Class of 1942 Marcia Sanders scrapbook, 1938-1942

 Item — Box 75.2
Identifier: A9
Scope and Contents This scrapbook comprises material from Sanders' four years at Middlebury College, 1938-1942, including admissions materials, academic records, photographs of Middlebury's students and campus, rules and regulations (handbook), a copy of the Student Union constitution, programs from plays, athletic events, musical performances, lectures, Winter Carnival, and other events, membership cards (Middlebury Mountain Club and Middlebury Women's Forum), newspaper clippings, holiday cards, book reports,...
Dates: 1938-1942

Dickinson and Her Influence / FYSE 1540, Spring 2020

Identifier: S7_FYSE1540
Scope and Contents Six digital files containing letters written by students in Karin Gottshall's First Year Seminar to Emily Dickinson during the COVID-19 pandemic, and one file containing the text of Gottshall's email to Special Collections. The letters were written by Kate Sadoff, William Reed, Beck Barsanti, Lance Zhang, Emma Johnson, and Joe Hanlon, all of the Class of 2023.5. The assignment prompt reads: "I’d like you each to write a letter addressed to Emily Dickinson. In your letter, see if...
Dates: Spring 2020

Gender, sexuality, and feminist studies 203: Performing reproductive politics: The Jane Collective on stage, Winter 2020

Identifier: s7_gsfs203
Scope and Contents

Archived website entitled "Teaching the Jane Collective," created by Professor Carly Thomsen in support of the production of "Jane: Abortion and the Underground" by students in January 2020 course, "Performing Reproductive Politics." The play was directed by Taite Shomo, Class of 2020.

Dates: Winter 2020

Gender, sexuality, and feminist studies 289: Introduction to Queer critique, Spring 2019

Identifier: s7_gsfs289
Scope and Contents Includes archived Web site entitled "The (not) born this way project," created by students in Professor Carly Thomsen's Introduction to Queer Critique class during the Spring 2019 semester. The site was created by Abbie Hinchman, Class of 2019; Nadani Dixon, Class of 2020; and Maria Bobbitt-Chertock, Class of 2019.5. The authors write, "Our project seeks to trouble popular LGBTQ rights movements’ ‘Born This Way’ narrative. This class has introduced us to this narrative’s implicit...
Dates: Spring 2019

Gender, sexuality, and feminist studies 329: Politics of reproduction: Sex, abortion, and motherhood, Spring 2020

Identifier: s7_gsfs329
Scope and Contents Two archived Web sites created by students in Professor Carly Thomsen's Politics of Reproduction class during the Spring 2020 semester. The first, entitled "The State of Motherhood" was created by Mary Scott, Class of 2021; Emma McKee, Class of 2023; Nicole Goodman; Evan Killion, Class of 2021; Keaton Smith, Class of 2021; Casey Liley, Class of 2020; April Qian, Class of 2020; Sophie Hochman, Class of 2022; and Charley Burlock, Class of 2021. The authors write, "“The State of...
Dates: Spring 2020

Gender, sexuality, and feminist studies 435: Feminist engaged research, Fall 2020

Identifier: S7_gsfs435
Scope and Contents Includes a blog entitled "Covid, contagion, cracks in the system" serving as an online journal of the Feminist Engaged Research class during the Fall 2020 semester. The blog description reads, "During this semester, the Covid Pandemic exposed cracks in the system and we decided to contaminate purely theoretical and academic work with a variety of interventions. We hope these pieces make you think, make you wonder, and make you see just how deep the cracks in the system have always been."...
Dates: Fall 2020

GEOG 0339 Practicing Human Geography, Spring 2020

Identifier: S7_GEOG0339
Scope and Contents 8 files containing the assignment prompt and 7 journals submitted by students enrolled in Jessica L'Roe's GEOG 0339 course during the Spring, 2020 semester. Includes journals written by Catherine Blazye, Class of 2020; Jonathan Fisher, Class of 2020; James Lamb; Emily Ray, Class of 2020; Mistaya Smith, Class of 2021.5; Rebecca Strull, Class of 2021; and Essi Wunderman, Class of 2022.The assignment prompt reads "I’d like us all to keep a journal. Please record your thoughts and...
Dates: Spring 2020

HIST 0115 Genocides Throughout History, Spring 2020

Identifier: S7_HIST0115
Scope and Contents Includes 1 copy of the assignment prompt, written by Rebecca Bennette, and 25 completed assignments written by students enrolled in the course. The assignment was optional and students could choose to remain anonymous if they wished. Students were informed that the assignment would be deposited in Special Collections. The folder includes work by Andrew McGurrin, Class of 2022; Angus Viebranz, Class of 2020; Ariel Silver, Class of 2022; Erik Arvidsson, Class of 2021; Tyler Bass, Class of...
Dates: Spring 2020

HIST 0393 Gender in Early America, Spring 2020

Identifier: S7_HIST0393
Scope and Contents 12 files containing COVID-19 journals completed by students enrolled in Amy Morsman's HIST 0393 class during the Spring, 2020 semester. Students signed a deposit agreement which imposed a 5-year restriction period on the journals. Students could choose to submit their assignments to Special Collections anonymously if they wished. Includes work by Afua Bonsu, Class of 2023; Amina Matavia, Class of 2023; Isabel Larson, Class of 2022; Janet Sanchez, Class of 2020; Lily Jones, Class of 2023;...
Dates: Spring 2020