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The Films on Demand Master Academic Video collection includes 39,000+ documentaries, educational videos, archival news and primary sources, lectures & interviews, as well as some dramatic and feature films. It covers all academic areas across the curriculum.
Accessible from on-campus or off-campus with your ShipID.
The National Anthropological Archives and Human Studies Film Archives collect and preserve historical and contemporary anthropological materials that document the world's cultures and the history of anthropology. Their collections represent four fields of anthropology – ethnology, linguistics, archaeology, and physical anthropology – and include fieldnotes, journals, manuscripts, correspondence, photographs, maps, sound recordings, film and video created by Smithsonian anthropologists and other preeminent scholars.
This guide provides the location of more than 850 collections of ethnographic fieldnotes and manuscripts in non-Smithsonian archives. It complements, Guide to the Collections of the National Anthropological Archives, which describes more than 650 collections in the Smithsonian's anthropological archives. A directory of the records of anthropological expeditions, field schools, conferences and associations follows the list of personal papers.
The Registry of Anthropological Data is a resource for anthropologists and any other researchers interested in culture, history, language, and human life in general. It represents a wide-ranging list of fieldnotes, ethnographic source materials, and data in countless digital and physical archives, produced by scores of anthropologists over the last century. But the list is by no means comprehensive.
The Archive of Healing aims to provide an approach to wellness that democratizes knowledge about wellness and health. The data contained spans over 200 years, and draws from 7 continents, six university archives, 3,200 published sources, and both first and second-hand information from folkloric fieldnotes.