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Southern Oral History Program Interviews (24155 items)
Creator: Southern Oral History Program
In 1973, the History Dept. of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill established an oral history program devoted to the study of the southern region of the United States. The Southern Oral History Program collects interviews with Southerners who have made significant contributions to various fields of human endeavor. In addition, the Program undertakes special projects with the purpose of rendering historically visible those whose experience is not reflected in traditional written sources. Interviews are conducted by Program staff, graduate students, faculty members, and consultants. The Program also serves as a collecting agency, accepting donations of tapes and transcripts of interviews conducted by other researchers. The collection includes sound recordings of interviews conducted under the auspices of the Southern Oral History Program or by other researchers, who donated their recordings to the Program. Also included are transcripts of most interviews, abstracts or tape indexes of many interviews, introductory biographical sketches for some interviews, and photographs of a few interviewees.
The Clarinet Quintet (630 items)
Creator: Oehler, Donald
Creator: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Department of History
Traces is produced by undergraduate and graduate students at UNC-Chapel Hill in order to showcase students’ historical research. It was created in 2011 by UNC-Chapel Hill students G. Lawson Kuehnert and Mark W. Hornburg, with support from the UNC-Chapel Hill Parents Council.
Creator: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
English Language and American Culture online workshops for non-native speakers of English at UNC. Collection includes classroom, desktop, and web conference recordings submitted by Carolina faculty and instructional staff. Collections are part of the Triangle Universities Center for Advanced Studies, Inc. (TUCASI) data-Infrastructure Project (TIP).
This collection contains senior honors theses completed by UNC Chapel Hill undergraduate students graduating with Honors or Highest Honors.
UNC Scholarly Publications (6204 items)
Collection of open access scholarly materials produced by the UNC community.
University Archives Digital Files (218677 items)
Creator: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Library. University Archives and Records Management Services.
University Archives is the official repository for the historically valuable, unpublished records of both the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the major administrative offices of the UNC System. As such, University Archives has a mission to collect, preserve, and make accessible the records generated by all segments of the campus community. Records in our holdings date from the chartering of the university in 1789 to the present, and include minute books of the Board of Trustees; correspondence of chancellors, presidents, provosts, and deans; minutes of faculty meetings; files of academic and administrative departments; reports of faculty committees; and records of faculty and student organizations. University Archives Digital Files contain digital materials included in University Archives record groups. In many cases, these items are born-digital and are part of hybrid collections that also include analog materials.