Ethnographic Video Online–Volume 3 added

Columbia University Libraries access to Ethnographic Video Online has been expanded to Volume III, which emphasizes indigenous issues and perspectives, with much content created by indigenous film makers. Volume III currently contains nearly 100 hours of content and footage from the Oceanic regions of Polynesia, Melanesia and Micronesia. The collection will continue to expand with […]

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Online Resources: Holocaust and Genocide

  The Shoah Visual History Archive is largest database of first-person Holocaust testimonies, founded by Steven Spielberg.  With over 50,000 testimonies from Holocaust survivors and liberators, carefully indexed in short segments for ease of searchability and use, the VHA is a tremendous resource for the history of the Holocaust. Recently, the VHA has expanded to […]

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Columbia Acquires The Gay J. McDougall Papers on Southern Africa

Columbia University Libraries’ Center for Human Rights Documentation & Research is pleased to announce that it has acquired the Gay J. McDougall South Africa and Namibia Papers and the records of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law Southern Africa Project. Ms. McDougall served as the Director of the Southern Africa Project for 14 […]

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