Jump to Content

1 - 25 of 72 websites


Search Within Results

The AIDS Poster Collection
Images of public health AIDS posters from around the world. The posters "illustrate attempts by a variety of 'institutions' to educate and warn their citizens about AIDS and offer advice and information in visual form about the still deadly autoimmune disease." Browsable by subject or searchable by keyword.
the University of California, Los Angeles , Library

A&M Records Collection
"Founded by Herb Alpert and Jerry Moss in 1962, A&M Records helped shape the history of American music. This legendary company featured an all-star roster of artists including Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass, The Carpenters, Joe Cocker," and others. This exhibit "celebrates A&M's intellectual and creative history" with annotated images of record sleeves, photos, gold records, promotional material, and more.
the University of California, Los Angeles , Library

Armand Hammer Daumier and Contemporaries Collection
This site provides background about "nineteenth-century French satirist Honoré Daumier" and his prints, drawings, paintings, and sculpture. Includes selected images of a dozen works, including some from the exhibit "The Cutting Edge of Fashion," which poked fun at the modes of 19th century Paris. Also includes a short bibliography.
the UCLA Hammer Museum at the University of California, Los Angeles

This is "a daily electronic publication that delivers news about all aspects of the media in Asia, including its role in regional and national economies, societies, and political debate. ... [It also] publishes commentary by a range of journalists, scholars, and policy makers." Covers topics such press policy in Korea, arrests of journalists in Pakistan, and the state of the media in Bangladesh.
University of California, Los Angeles . The UCLA International Institute

Auscultation Assistant
"The Auscultation Assistant provides heart sounds, heart murmurs, and breath sounds in order to help medical students and others improve their physical diagnosis skills." It features an introduction to the physiology of murmurs and sound samples of normal heartbeats, an innocent flow murmur, systolic and diastolic murmurs, breath sounds (normal, crackles, wheezes), and sounds for related conditions.
the University of California, Los Angeles

Azeri Tutor
"Instructional program designed to help you understand the Azeri language as people actually speak it in Azerbaijan. Azeri Tutor consists of interactive lessons for elementary and superior level Azeri. The online modules incorporate authentic video depictions of the countryside and urban environment in Azerbaijan. You can test your listening comprehension with exercises in English and Azeri." Lessons include a glossary.
the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Center for Near Eastern Studies (CNES)

"A brief selection of material, in word and image, on bloodletting." Includes excerpts from "On the Proper Administration of Blood-Letting, for the Prevention and Cure of Disease" (1840), by Henry Clutterbuck; and images from medical texts representing anatomical figures with points identified for bloodletting, and instruments used in the process. From the Louise M. Darling Biomedical Library, University of California, Los Angeles.
University of California, Los Angeles

Canon Law: Corpus Juris Canonici (1582)
"A digital facsimile edition of the Decretals of Gregory IX as they appeared with marginal commentary in the 'Corpus canonicum glossatum' promulgated by Gregory XIII in 1580. ... This edition of the laws, edited by the Roman Correctors ... will allow historians and legal scholars to study canon law with the aid of the original textual apparatus (glossa ordinaria)." Browsable by volume and subject (in Latin).
the University of California, Los Angeles , Library

A Centenary Celebration of Ralph J. Bunche
"One of UCLA's most distinguished alumni, Ralph Johnson Bunche (1903-71) fought poverty and racism on his way to becoming one of the twentieth century's leading peacemakers. ... [T]his exhibit celebrates his remarkable legacy by focusing on his accomplishments in three main areas: as a student, a scholar, and a diplomat." Features illustrated essays covering topics such as his receipt of the Nobel Peace Prize in 1950.
the University of California, Los Angeles , Library

Changing Times: Los Angeles in Photographs, 1920-1990
"The UCLA Department of Special Collections is selecting and digitizing approximately 5,000 of the more than 3 million images contained in the Los Angeles Times and Los Angeles Daily News photographic archives. The photographs chronicle the history and growth of Los Angeles from the 1920s to 1990." Photos are searchable, or browsable by subject.
the University of California, Los Angeles , Library

Children of the Atomic Bomb
"This website provides the who, what, and why of UCLA's involvement with the development of the atomic bomb and nuclear issue for over six decades." Find background on Dr. James Yamazaki's research of the health effects of the nuclear bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 1945, general information about radiation and health, drawings (many disturbing) by atomic bomb survivors, video clips, and related material. Developed by Yamazaki with the UCLA Asian American Studies Center.
Asian American Studies Center, University of California, Los Angeles

Comitatus: A Journal of Medieval and Renaissance Studies
Contains the complete articles of all issues of the journal "Comitatus," published annually since 1970 by the UCLA Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies. Features "articles by new scholars working in any field of the Middle Ages or Renaissance." Searchable by title and author; browsable by journal volume and author/contributor.
University of California, Los Angeles . The Digital Library Program

Contributions of 20th Century Women to Physics
Profiles of nearly 90 20th-century women "who have made original and important contributions to physics" before 1976. Includes "descriptions of some important work they have done and also biographical information regarding their lives, work, [and] achievements." Searchable, and browsable by field of study. Includes writings, an annotated gallery of photographs, and a collection of quotes.
the University of California, Los Angeles

Cosmetic Surgery
An overview of cosmetic surgery. Includes information on surgical procedures for the face, eyes, and breasts; liposuction; body contouring; and skin care/botox. Features illustrations. Browsable.
University of California, Los Angeles . The Department of Surgery

Cuneiform Digital Library Initiative (CDLI)
The work "of Assyriologists, museum curators and historians of science to make available through the internet the form and content of cuneiform tablets dating from the beginning of writing, ca. 3350 BC, until the end of the pre-Christian era." Contains browsable descriptions and photographs. Portions available in French and German. A joint project of the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science and the University of California, Los Angeles.
University of California, Los Angeles

Digital Archive: Popular American Music
Contains images of sheet music for hundreds of popular American songs published from 1885 through 1953. Searchable, and browsable by title and date.
University of California, Los Angeles . The Digital Library Program

Digital Karnak
Website devoted to the ancient Egyptian temple of the god Amun in Karnak (near modern day Luxor, Egypt). Features a "timemap" showing the development of the temple complex (view by date or by pharaoh or other leader), video animations of the temple model, modern video footage of Karnak and Luxor, photos, and instructional texts on topics such as daily ritual, architectural features, and construction methods. From the University of California, Los Angeles.
University of California, Los Angeles

Digital Roman Forum
Maps and panoramic and detailed views of a digital model of the Roman Forum as it appeared in late antiquity (June 21, 400 A.D). Also includes modern views of the sites, "documentation for the archaeological evidence and theories utilized to create the model" (such as texts from Ovid and Plutarch), and basic information about the individual features.
University of California, Los Angeles . The Cultural Virtual Reality Laboratory (CVRLab)

DPF 99: Proceedings of the Los Angeles Meeting
Technical papers from the "1999 meeting of the Division of Particles and Fields (DPF) of the American Physical Society," which took place at UCLA. Searchable, or browsable title. Topics of papers include quarks, neutrinos, heavy flavors, string theory, and dark matter.
the University of California, Los Angeles , Library

Website for this project of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), in cooperation with the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen (RUG, the Netherlands) in the Fayum, "the area in Egypt where the earliest evidence of agriculture has been found." Find background about the project, which studies land and water use in relation to agriculture during prehistory and the Greco-Roman period. Includes photos, maps, and reports on research seasons back to 2002. Some website sections still under development.
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

Hallmark Hall of Fame: The First Fifty Years
This site celebrates television broadcasts sponsored by Hallmark from 1951 through 2001. It features an introductory essay, timeline, and synopses of programs (browsable by title or by decade) such as for the memorable live premiere in 1951 of "Amahl and the Night Visitors" and the 1953 production of "Hamlet," which "marked the first presentation of a Shakespearean play on U.S. network television." From the UCLA Film and Television Archive.
UCLA Film and Television Archive, University of California, Los Angeles

Hammer Projects
"Hammer Projects are a series of exhibitions that focus primarily on the work of emerging artists, and reflect the [Hammer] Museum's commitment to contemporary art." Features links to pages with introductory essays and images of works of individual artists in areas such as painting, drawing, collage, photography, and sculpture. From the Hammer Museum of Art and Cultural Center, at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA).
UCLA Hammer Museum at the University of California, Los Angeles

Devoted to the Hausa language, spoken primarily in Nigeria and other parts of West Africa. Includes a map of where Hausa is spoken, an online grammar, an online dictionary, audio phrases, a list of resources, and information on dialects, pronunciation, writing, and Hausa poetry and song.
the University of California, Los Angeles

Hoover Collection: Images of UCLA, 1927-1964
Hundreds of photographs of UCLA by Thelner Hoover. Topics include construction, buildings, parties, events, ceremonies, dedications, and aerial views. Searchable by keyword and browsable by subject and date.
the University of California, Los Angeles

Horace's Villa Project
Devoted to the villa of Augustan Age poet Horace, located in Licenza, Italy (35 miles from Rome). Contains photographs and a model of the villa, a map with information on nearby places, 18th and 19th century artwork and testimonies, images of various objects found at the site, poems from Horace that mention the villa, and information on recent excavations. Searchable. Includes bibliography.
the University of California, Los Angeles

1 - 25 of 72 websites