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3D Files from UNC Makerspace (9 items)
Last Updated: 2015-05-28
African American Performance Art Archive (30 items)
Creator: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, John Bowles
Last Updated: 2011-06-24
The African American Performance Art Archive (aapaa.org) makes crucial documentation of historically significant performances by African American artists available on-line to artists, scholars, and students in the spirit of intellectual exchange.
Azoria Project Archive (272 items)
Creator: Donald C. Haggis, Azoria Project staff
Last Updated: 2016-08-29
The Azoria Project Archive is a collection of original documents and publications generated from fieldwork and research of the Azoria Project, an excavation of the Department of Classics and the Research Laboratories of Archaeology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Azoria is an Early Iron Age and Archaic site (ca. 1200-500 B.C.E.) in eastern Crete in the Greek Aegean, originally explored by Harriet Boyd Hawes for the American School of Classical Studies at Athens in 1900. Subsequent work at the site (the Azoria Project) has been conducted annually since 2001, including phases of topographical survey (2001) and excavation (2002-2006; 2013-2017). Site conservation, and study and publication have been carried out since 2003. The documents in this collection comprise an archive of original field notes, excavation notebooks, stratigraphic sections, manuscript drafts, publications, artifact catalogs, and illustrations (plans, drawings, maps, and photographs) produced by this research project.
Carolina Planning Journal (68 items)
Creator: Department of City and Regional Planning
Last Updated: 2015-02-10
Contains issues of the oldest student-run planning journal in the United States. Articles are written by academics and practitioners in the field of urban planning and cover a wide range of public planning topics. Additionally, the journal features book reviews, reports on current planning projects, and a list of recent departmental Master's theses and PhD dissertations. Though early volumes were printed semi-annually, starting in 2008 issues were published annually.
Last Updated: 2014-11-03
CISMM develops force technologies applicable over a wide range of biological settings, from the single molecule to the tissue, applied to cancer. thromboses and lung disease, with integrated systems that orchestrate facile instrument control, multimodal imaging and unique high throughput microscopy instrumentation. Complementing this tool set is the development of a wide range of analysis and visualization tools, in the desktop and in virtual environments, that are being applied to domains from the molecular models of cellular structure, to flows in the three dimensional mesh of blood clots, to a dynamic atlas of geometry and growth in pediatric airways.
Connections (63 items)
Creator: Center for Slavic, Eurasian, and East European Studies
Last Updated: 2015-10-22
Connections is a joint publication of the Duke-UNC Center for Slavic, Eurasian and East European Studies. It is the UNC Center’s newsletter, a record of the Center’s research, educational programming and outreach activities. It includes news about faculty, student and Center affiliates’ publications and presentations, scholarships, fellowships and other awards, interviews with alumna and visiting scholars, profiles of students from the MA program administered by the Center, and travel reports from the region.
Electronic Theses and Dissertations (9530 items)
Creator: UNC Chapel Hill
Last Updated: 2015-04-23
Collection includes theses and dissertations produced by Carolina graduate students.
Global Africana Review (10 items)
Creator: Department of African, African American, and Diaspora Studies at UNC-Chapel Hill
Last Updated: 2017-03-24
Global Africana Review is a scholarly journal for undergraduates, which adheres to the rigorous editorial procedures of any professional academic journal. We openly invite students to submit original research articles on any and all topics having to do with Africa, African Americans, and the broader African diaspora. Submissions that meet our editorial board’s standards for academic rigor and originality are sent out for review to faculty members with specialized knowledge of the topics in question. Articles that pass this review are then revised by their authors, resubmitted, professionally edited and proofread, and published. This vetting and revision process ensures that students take their research and writing projects to the highest possible level, producing polished, sophisticated, and useful contributions to ongoing disciplinary conversations in global Africana Studies.
Creator: Information Technology Services.
Last Updated: 2011-10-20
Master's Papers (13347 items)
Creator: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Last Updated: 2014-12-19
Contains master's papers produced by graduate students of the School of Information and Library Science, the Department of City and Regional Planning, the School of Public Health, and the Studio Art Program.