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Publications by Members of the Faculty at the Blair School of Music
Faculty scholarship from the Department of Anthropology
Advertisements, Images, and Miscellaneous : This includes advertisements for James Hogg's Private Memoirs and Confessions of a [Self-]Justified Sinner, two satirical prints relevant to the Banking Crisis of 1797, some transcriptions of newspaper accounts of Abraham Goldsmid's entertainments, and other tidbits that didn't fit the other classifications.
Journals: In cases where I have discussed one or two articles, I have reproduced only those articles. If I have discussed three or more articles in an issue, we have presented the entire issue, with bookmarks to those articles discussed.
Letters: Depending on the authors, these letters have been taken from early printed versions of the letters, including Samuel Smiles's A Publisher Among His Friends, Lockhart's Life of Sir Walter Scott, and R.C. Dallas's Recollections of Lord Byron. In some cases, where an exchange of letters is involved, the letters appear in a single pdf. In some cases, we have included a few additional letters relevant to an exchange I discuss.
Pamphlets and Books: In some cases, these books represent collected volumes of periodical materials that the author produced, and in others, volumes which relate to the periodicals in a variety of ways.
Poems: Most of these rhyme and are relatively easily available in other versions. They are reproduced here more for completeness than usefulness. Other poems, when they appear in a periodical, are reproduced under.
Digital archive collection of the Vanderbilt Historical Review, an undergraduate research journal in History.
Vanderbilt Physics and Astronomy Department
The official newsletter of Divinity School at Vanderbilt University.
The Institutional Repository of the Vanderbilt Law School at Vanderbilt University
This collection contains scholarly works of the Vanderbilt Law School faculty.
Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate
Undergraduate honors research
Undergraduate honors research from various departments in the College of Arts and Science.
The goal of the VUSRP is to enhance joint student-faculty research efforts.
Women at Vanderbilt
Published monthly, the newsletter covers topics both timely and central to the pursuit of gender equity and highlights upcoming Center and Vanderbilt events of special interest.
The SustainVU is Vanderbilt University's Sustainability program
A collection of digital projects from the Vanderbilt University Libraries
Interviews about open access publications
Eskind Biomedical Library Collections
Registers, Bulletins, and Catalogs of Vanderbilt Medical School
University of Nashville medical school dissertations
Collection of Digitized Maps
Materials from events held at the Jean and Alexander Heard Library
Materials from Open Access Week 2017
Materials from Sustaining Television News for the Next Generation
Digital archive of reference documents related to Vanderbilt's digital repository.
Podcasts in this collection include special lectures about teaching experiences by Vanderbilt faculty and visiting experts.
The Learning Sciences Institute (LSI) is a Vanderbilt University-wide center dedicated to stimulating and supporting interdisciplinary research and development in the learning sciences.
Podcasts from the Vanderbilt Programs for Talented Youth featuring national experts on gifted children and gifted education.
Rev. Becca Stevens, Chaplain, St. Augustine's Chapel, Vanderbilt University
Snacks 4 the Brain! is a podcast program brought to you by the Center for Science Outreach.
Forums hosted by Vanderbilt's Washington D.C. office on federal policy issues affecting universities.
Brief interviews, tips and tidbits on a variety of health and wellness topics ranging from deep-breathing exercises to surviving divorce to preparing for overseas travel.
What are the most important issues facing Africa today? What are historical and current causes? Kanayo Odoe, native-born African from Nigeria, discusses the relationship between scarcity, inequality, and conflict in Africa today.
Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate
Videos from the School of Engineering at Vanderbilt University
Features the nation's most eminent scientists.
Lectures and symposia on advancing health and development in resource-limited regions of the world.
The Surgery ICU Rounds Podcast is dedicated to the teaching of critical care.
In a Conversation Series, Chancellor Nicolas S. Zeppos sits down to discuss everything it takes to get into Vanderbilt to alumni who live throughout the world.
iTunes U Vanderbilt University
In-depth interviews with Vanderbilt faculty on timely topics, ranging from politics to scientific research to campus news.
Stellar Conversations features casual conversations with astronomers from Vanderbilt Dryer Observatory geared to a broad audience. Each episode is approximately three to five minutes in length, touching on such subjects as the expanding universe, stellar nurseries and astrobiology.
A 90-second radio spot series highlighting cutting-edge research and significant programs at Vanderbilt University and its medical center, as well as breaking news stories.
The offical podcast of Vanderbilt athletics.
Video news stories about reserach, people, events, athletics, and more.
Special lectures about arts and culture by Vanderbilt faculty and visiting experts.
A lecture series that brings to Vanderbilt and the wider Nashville community those intellectuals who are shaping our world today.
Special lectures politics and economics by Vanderbilt faculty and guest speakers.
Special lectures on religion by Vanderbilt faculty and visiting experts.
Special lectures on science and technology by Vanderbilt faculty and visitng experts.
Podcasts from recent events at the Writing Studio.
A series of lunchtime talks with philosophical flavor sponsored by Vanderbilt University and the Nashville Public Library and led by David Wood, Centennial Professor of Philosophy.
Lectures and guest speakers from the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center for research on human development.
Program in African American & Diaspora Studies
The intent of this course, Executive Leadership, is to engage in a systematic examination of, and discussion about, the lives and lessons, actions and attributes, strengths and strategies, ideas and indiscretions, worries and weaknesses, and memories and mistakes of actual historical leaders.
A graduate level course in Vanderbilt's Leadership, Policy & Org
Podcasts containing video from the Rev. James Lawson's course.
Student Media at Vanderbilt University
Vanderbilt's Progressive Voice
Exposing the African Diaspora
Student Humor Magazine
Official student newspaper of Vanderbilt University
Alumni of student media newsletter
Vanderbilt’s official undergraduate literary and arts journal.
Official student general interest publication of Vanderbilt University