CAROLINE COOK '21 - She Had the Misfortune of Being a Woman: The Story of Hannah Croasdale, Pioneer in Algae and Academia, a research paper about the life and academic career of Dartmouth's first tenured female faculty member, Hannah T. Croasdale. Read A Life Made Tangible on the Rauner Library Blog. View a digital exhibit based on this project at this link.
ANNELIESE THOMAS '19 - The Black Student Experience, 1960-1979, a digital exhibit exploring the lives of Black students at Dartmouth in the 1960s and 70s, during and directly after the Civil Rights era in the United States. Read "Shutting Down Shockley" on the Rauner Library Blog.
SAM KOREMAN '20 - "Moving Towards Accessibility: A Brief History of Dartmouth College’s Physical Accessibility Changes Prior to the Americans with Disability Act," a research paper about the history of physical accessibility changes at Dartmouth prior to the codification of the Americans with Disability Act in 1990. Read "Faculty Advocates for Accessibility" on the Rauner Library Blog. View a digital exhibit based on this project at this link.
ALEX KEITH '20 - Intersections of Race, Religion, and Class: Dartmouth College (links to external website), a Tableau data visualization project comparing student demographics and costs in Dartmouth College housing. Read "Marginalized Spaces" on the Rauner Library Blog.
GRACE HANSELMAN '20 - Co-Education: Behind the Scenes, a digital exhibit exploring the administrative decision to make Dartmouth co-educational and early supports for early women students. Digitization for this exhibit is currently underway--sorry for the inconvenience! Read "The Co-ed Committees: Bringing Women to Dartmouth" on the Rauner Library Blog.
FAYDRA RICHARDSON '20 - Rape and Sexual Assault at Dartmouth College, a video essay about sexual assault and the efforts to decrease sexual assault on campus after Dartmouth became co-educational. Please note that only a portion of this video is available for viewing due to unreparable issues with the video file. Read "Vigilantism at Dartmouth: Dartmouth Women’s Response to Sexual Assault" on the Rauner Library Blog.
MIA NELSON '22 - "An Admirable Community in the Wilderness": Diversity and Inclusion in the Dartmouth Outing Club, a scrapbook made using the Book Arts Workshop about the history of diversity and inclusion in the Dartmouth Outing Club. Read "Room for a Few Girls: Co-Education in the Dartmouth Outing Club" on the Rauner Library Blog.
VAL WERNER '20 - "A Sense of Community": Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Students & the Growth of Social Alternatives at Dartmouth College (links to external website), a wiki exploring the first visible LGBTQ communities at Dartmouth College. Read "He Walked the Walk" on the Rauner Library Blog.
LONDYN CRENSHAW '22 - DBA or Swipe: An Exploration of the Perceived Value of Service Labor on Dartmouth’s Campus, a podcast episode addressing service labor, unionism, and how class and service impact relationships at Dartmouth, which focuses mainly on Dartmouth Dining Services as a point of conflict. Read "Dartmouth Dining Association staff and the "Dartmouth Experience"" on the Rauner Library Blog.
CECE KING '23 - Fundraising for Female Communities, a digital exhibit exploring the history of women's organizations at Dartmouth prior to co-education in 1972. Digitization for this exhibit is currently underway--sorry for the inconvenience! Read "Et tu, Dartmouth Women's Clubs?" on the Rauner Library Blog.
KIARA CANNON '22 - Modern Dartmouth Liberatory Protest and Administrative Accountability: A multimedia timeline, a poster series examining art as a mode of reflection and multi-media design as a powerful synthesizing methodology to create, discover, and interact with archival materials. Read "Many Paths for Persistent Protest" on the Rauner Library Blog.
CHRISTIAN DAWKINS '22 - Diversity and Inclusion in Dartmouth Fraternities Throughout the 20th Century, a digital exhibit exploring fraternity desegregation and expanding inclusion in fraternity spaces. Digitization for this exhibit is currently underway--sorry for the inconvenience! Read "A Case Against Fraternity Desegregation" on the Rauner Library Blog.
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