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93106: The Faculty & Staff Newspaper
Online edition of the faculty and staff newspaper of the University of California, Santa Barbara. Includes campus news and events, and articles dating back to November 2000. Not searchable.
University of California, Santa Barbara

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The Affirmative Action and Diversity Project: A Web Page for Research
A searchable and browsable collection of legal and administrative documents, theoretical analyses, and newspaper and journal articles exploring "diverse opinions regarding Affirmative Action." Topics include state initiatives and propositions, the economics and changing definitions of Affirmative Action, quotas and proportional representation, standardized tests, gender, race, University of California decisions, pending court cases and pending state and federal legislation, and alternatives to Affirmative Action.
the University of California, Santa Barbara

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Afterglow in the Desert: The Art of Fernand Lungren
An exhibit of 14 paintings dated 1890s through the 1920s by Fernand Lungren, "Santa Barbara's most important early 20th century artist." Includes essay.
University of California, Santa Barbara . The University Art Museum

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Alexandria Digital Library Gazetteer Server
A gazetteer of the world containing about 6,000,000 entries. Searchable by place name and feature type (anticlines, aqueducts, archaeological sites, etc.), and browsable by map. Results display location on map and provide longitude, latitude, elevation, and related information.
University of California, Santa Barbara . The Alexandria Digital Library Project

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Alexandria Digital Library Geospatial Network
Contains "more than 15,000 holdings, such as maps, images, and datasets, that are available online for public download over the Internet." Searchable by place name, geographic region, time period, type (cartographic works, maps, aerial photographs, images from space), and format.
University of California, Santa Barbara . The Map and Imagery Laboratory

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The American Presidency Project
This website contains a searchable database of tens of thousands of documents from U.S. presidents from 1789 to the present. Includes inaugural addresses, press briefings, signing statements, and debates. Also features data on topics such as popularity and number of public appearances, election results back to 1828, and an archive of audio and video clips. A collaboration between John Woolley and Gerhard Peters at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
University of California, Santa Barbara

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The Bioluminescence Web Page
Includes recent research, answers to commonly held misconceptions about marine bioluminescence, photographs, a list of bioluminscent organisms, and information on the chemistry and physiology of this primarily marine phenomenon. From the University of California, Santa Barbara.
University of California at Santa Barbara

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California Dropout Research Project
This project "was established ... to synthesize existing research and undertake new research ... about the nature of the [school] dropout crisis in California and help the state develop a meaningful policy agenda to address the problem." Features statistical briefs and research reports on topics such as which California school districts have the most dropouts, and alternative pathways to high school graduation. An affiliated project of University of California Linguistic Minority Research Institute.
University of California, Santa Barbara

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Center for Spatially Integrated Social Science (CSISS): Spatial Resources for the Social Sciences
This center at the University of California, Santa Barbara, focuses on "the growing significance of space, spatiality, location, and place in social science research." Topics in this area include cartographic visualization and geographic information systems (GIS). The site features background about important researchers in this area, "a collection of simple descriptions and illustrations of GIS methods," publications related to CSISS presentations, video clips, bibliographies, details about CSISS programs, links to related sites, and more.
University of California, Santa Barbara

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The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions Audio Archive
The Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions (CSDI) was founded by Robert Maynard Hutchins and was based in Santa Barbara, California, from 1959 to 1987." This project "make[s] accessible on the web some of the most important conference proceedings, talks, and dialogues recorded by CSDI." Participants include Upton Sinclair, Milton Friedman, Mortimer Adler, Cesar Chavez, and Aldous Huxley. From the Department of Special Collections, Donald C. Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.
University of California, Santa Barbara

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Chicano Art Digital Image Collection
A collection of nearly 1,400 works from artists demonstrating "a strong identification with the Chicano Movement and a commitment to the ideals inherent in Chicano art." Searchable, and browsable by topic (assemblage, atelier, drawings, graphic arts, indigenous Chicano mediums and art forms, installation art, murals, paintings, performance and conceptual art, photography, sculptures). Includes glossary, a resource guide, and critical essays.
University of California, Santa Barbara . The California Ethnic and Multicultural Archives (CEMA)

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Couper (Mildred) Papers, 1920s-1970
This brief introduction to the papers of "American composer and pianist Mildred Couper, one of the first musicians to experiment with quarter-tone music" features images of three scores, audio of works (including a dirge and a rumba), and a 1935 letter from Leopold Stokowski. From the Department of Special Collections, Donald C. Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.
University of California, Santa Barbara

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Cylinder Preservation and Digitization Project
Digital collection of over 6,000 cylinder recordings from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. "Cylinder recordings, the first commercially produced sound recordings, are a snapshot of musical and popular culture in the decades around the turn of the 20th century." Searchable by keyword, or browsable by performer, title, issue number/label, or year of release. Includes a history of cylinder recordings and cylinder radio shows.
the University of California, Santa Barbara Library

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Daily Nexus Online
Searchable online edition of the student newspaper of the University of California, Santa Barbara. Includes news, editorials, sports, weather, arts, science, and special features. Browsable by date back to October 2000.
University of California, Santa Barbara

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Designing the Moderne: Kem Weber's Bixby House
This essay contains information on Kem Weber (once called "the first West Coast designer to bring a tradition-free, machine-age creativeness to American interior design") and his designs for the Kansas City, Mo., Bixby House. Includes photographs and the unpublished 1929 lecture by Weber, "Modern Art Movement." From the University Art Museum, University of California, Santa Barbara.
University of California, Santa Barbara . The University Art Museum

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The Educational Multimedia Visualization Center (EMVC)
This site features dozens of computer animations and visualization tools about geologic changes. Includes animations about global tectonics (such as Pangaea and Mesozoic subduction), regional plate tectonics (with an emphasis on California), Ice Age earth (including the deglaciaton of North America), Craters of the Moon National Monument in Idaho, and more.
University of California, Santa Barbara . The Department of Earth Science

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Evolutionary Psychology: A Primer
An introduction to evolutionary psychology. "Evolutionary psychology is an 'approach' to psychology, in which knowledge and principles from evolutionary biology are put to use in research on the structure of the human mind." Outlines five basic biological principles and includes information on phylogenetic versus adaptationist approaches to psychology.
University of California, Santa Barbara . The Center for Evolutionary Psychology

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Instructional Biochemistry Web Site at UCSB
Instructional activities for the study of biochemistry, including "3-D structural analysis of macromolecular structures," "quantitative analysis of the biomolecular interactions," and "interpretation of the relationships between protein structures and their functions." Features audio introductions, interactive images, and related material for amino acids, proteins, hemoglobin, and other biochemical substances. From the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). Note: Some material only available to UCSB students.
University of California, Santa Barbara

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KCSB.org
"KCSB 91.9 FM is a community-oriented, non-commercial radio station" located on the campus of the University of California, Santa Barbara that focuses on news and public affairs programming. The site includes a program schedule, guidelines for working as a volunteer at the station, audio, and related links.
University of California, Santa Barbara

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Kinships: Alice Neel Looks at the Family
An exhibit of nine paintings dated 1950 through 1979 by Alice Neel. Includes an introduction to the exhibit and a brief biography of the artist.
University of California, Santa Barbara . The University Art Museum

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Palm Center
The Palm Center think tank produces scholarship designed to enhance the quality of public dialogue about critical and controversial public policy issues. .
University of California, Santa Barbara

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Paul Tuttle Design
An exhibit of 17 images of chairs, tables, and an easel, designed by Paul Tuttle from 1970 through 1997. Includes brief information about the designer.
University of California, Santa Barbara . The University Art Museum

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Picturing Poetry: Four Exhibitions in the Japanese Tradition
This group of exhibits contains images and information on "haiga" (haiku painting), "surimono" (poetry and prints), "inro" (porcelain miniatures) by Armin Muller and Lynn Richardson, and lithographs by Yukinori Yanagi.
University of California, Santa Barbara . The University Art Museum

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Portraits and Portrayals: Selected Photographs From the Lotte Lehmann Collection
Companion to an exhibit about the impact of the roles and professional relationships "on the life of the great German-born soprano, Lotte Lehmann." Includes a brief biographical essay and photos of Lehmann. From the Department of Special Collections, Donald C. Davidson Library, University of California, Santa Barbara.
University of California, Santa Barbara

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Representing America: The Ken Trevey Collection of American Realist Prints
A collection of over 30 prints from the 1930s and 1940s. Browsable by theme: urban dramas, country dreams, women, men in industry, lovers, old boys clubs, leisure, health, and African Americans. Includes background information on the Federal Art Project and prints during the Great Depression, a cultural timeline of the 1930s, and a glossary of printmaking terminology.
University of California, Santa Barbara . The University Art Museum

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