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Tibetan Oral History Archive Project
This oral history archive is made of interviews with Tibetan common folk, religious and governmental officials, speaking about their lives, or their understanding of the history of Tibet.
Sikkim Photos (Kandell Collection)
This collection offers a peek into how people lived in the Kingdom of Sikkim, despite the kingdom and monarchy no longer existing in the same form today.
Persian Language Rare Materials
The Persian Language Rare Materials Collection is an online repository of manuscripts, printed books, lithographs, and imprints which have a variety of purposes, including discussing scientific, religious, philosophical and literary topics.
Korean Rare Book Digital Collection
These collection's topics include history, politics, social life and values, education, biology and more from the pre-modern Korean perspective.
Discovery and Exploration
The maps in the collection depict many geographical points of view, including the entire globe, specific areas of focus such as America itself, or even of specific coastlines.
Indigenous Law Web Archive
The Indigenous Law Web Archive is an archive of documents concerning the laws and practices of Indigenous nations of the US, which have their own sovereign governments.
Diotima holds materials related to teaching Ancient Mediterranean Studies from a feminist perspective, including bibliographies, open access images, as well as syllabi.
As the title suggests, the collection deals with piracy prior to 1923, in this context referring to robbery or violence committed on the high seas.
Maps of Liberia, 1830 to 1870
This collection offers a unique opportunity to study black history and culture, both in the diaspora as well as in Africa itself.
World War I Posters
This collection is useful in a variety of ways—to study history, to study art and graphic design, and even to study pop culture.