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Ancient Art Digital Exhibits
In Fall 2015, the students in the class "Art 230: Ancient Art", taught by Dr. Sarah Archino, each created a digital exhibit on a specific theme.
Birgit Krohn Sheet Music
Three albums of 19th century Norwegian sheet music compiled by Birgit Krohn. The collection was created by Vivian Tompkins (’17), curated by the Music Library, and funded by Summer Scholars.
A collection of more than 700 coins, the majority of which were created during the Roman Republic and Roman Empire. In addition to the ancient coins, there are also a number of coins which were created in the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. These coins are predominately from European kingdoms and Latin American mints.
Eric Schopler: Founder of TEACCH Autism Program
Psychology professors Erin Hahn and Michelle Horhota led a MayX class to The Cummings Center for the History of Psychology at the University of Akron to create this digital exhibit.
Furman Lake Restoration Project
The Furman Lake is a living laboratory studying the effects of restoration on water quality and ecological integrity. Studies are overseen by faculty in Biology and Earth & Environmental Sciences.
Furman University Oral History Project
Oral histories recorded by history professor Courtney Tollison and her students. Many of the recordings feature Furman's own rich history and the history of Greenville. Some notable interviewees include Charles Townes, President John E. Johns and First Lady Martha Johns, and John Plyler, Jr.
Music at the Periphery
A collection of European sheet music from the 19th and early 20th century. Countries represented include: Russia, Germany, Norway, and England.
Oral Histories of Colombian Textile Workers in Greenville, SC
Colombian immigrants recount their involvement in the textile industry and their immigration to the US. The collection was created by Dr. Sofia Kerns and her research fellows: Ingrid Ramos, Marina Cox, and Whitney Maness.
Secession Era Editorials
Collected and transcribed by Dr. Lloyd Benson and his students, these 1850s political newspaper editorials describe events that led to the American Civil War. Some editorials in this collection contain offensive language and opinions. The views expressed in these editorials do not reflect Furman University’s values or our commitment to embrace meaningful diversity and equality in all of our endeavors.
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