The awardees are:
Black Abolitionist Papers (Recipient: Angela Murphy - History):
A digital primary source collection that is the first to comprehensively detail the extensive work of African Americans to abolish slavery in the United States prior to the Civil War.
Confidential Print Middle East, 1839-1969 (Recipient: Elizabeth Bishop - History): Contains digitized confidential print documents from the British Foreign and Colonial Offices from 1839-1969, covering early events in Afghanistan, Egypt, Sudan, Iraq, Lebanon, Israel, Palestine, Syria, and more.
Everyday Life and Women in America (Recipients: Rebecca Montgomery, Angela Murphy, Nancy Berlage, Lynn Denton - History): Digitized historical material revealing early American home life from the Sallie Bingham Center for Women’s History and Culture, Duke University, and the New York Public Library
PAO Foundation Collection (Recipients: Selene Hinojosa - Library;Yasmine Beale-Rosano-Rivaya - Modern Languages): A collection of over 200 digitized academic journals published in the arts, humanities, and social sciences, with coverage extending to the first volume up to around 2000.
Popular Culture in Britain and America, 1950-1975 (Recipient: Jay Ryu, Family & Consumer Sciences): This collection captures rock and
roll, counterculture, peace and protest, fashion, civil rights, Vietnam, student activism, underground publications between 1950-1975 with thousands of digitized, color images of manuscripts, photographs, rare printed material and more.
Serials Set II, A: 1970-79 (Recipients: Margaret Vaverek - Library; Patricia Shields - Political Science): Includes digitized reports and documents either produced or ordered by Congress, as well as presidential communications and treaty materials. This collection expands our existing coverage to 1970-1979 and also contains Senate and Executive Documents and Reports from 1817-1969.
Mathematics Journals Archive (Recipient: Thomas Keller - Mathematics):
Contains over 120 digitized journals from the areas of mathematics and
statistics, from the first issue to the mid-1990’s. Access coming soon!
By Liane Taylor