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• North American Ethnographic Collection (1989 - 1995) • Asian Ethnographic Collection (1996 - 1999) • African Ethnographic Collection (1999 - 2003) • Textile Collection, all proveniences (2003 - 2005) With a combination of support from the private sector and the NEH, the Anthropology Division has also digitally imaged the Andean archaeological textile collection. • Pacific Ethnographic Collection (2005 - 2007) • Mexican/Central and South American Ethnographic Collections (2007 - 2009) • Philippines Ethnographic Collection (2009 - 2010)
Dr. Jim Yong Kim, an internationally recognized physician and humanitarian and an accomplished educator and anthropologist, will become the 17th president of Dartmouth College (inauguration on September 22, 2009).
That news is due to the efforts of global health crusaders like Dartmouth College president Dr. Jim Yong Kim. But the lessons of global health and the current battle over American health reform are not mutually exclusive, as Dr. Kim tells Bill Moyers on September 11, 2009.
Muncie, Indiana is the subject of this American Radio Works program, and accompanying website. The site profiles several sad, sometimes hopeful, and all-too-familiar tales of how people have changed their dreams, or been forced to go a different direction with their lives, because of the economic downturn. In addition to being able to "download" the radio program, "listen" to it online, or "read" the transcript, visitors can look at the other multimedia sources that give context to these people'
Telling the history of the Union Pacific Railroad is a tall order, but this delightful site does the job quite effectively with historical photographs, maps, and thematic essays. The materials on the site are divided into sections that include "Union Pacific History and Chronologies", "Historical Equipment", "Photos", and "Reference". In the "History and Chronologies"