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Dalhousie University Libraries

Archive-It Partner Since: Jun, 2015

Organization Type: Colleges & Universities

Organization URL: http://libraries.dal.ca   

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#homesnothondas Tweets (Homes not Hondas)

Archived since: Jun, 2016

Description:

A collection of tweets that use the #homesnothondas hashtag.

Subject:   Government - Cities Blogs & Social Media Society & Culture Urban planning

Artist-run centres in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Archived since: Sep, 2017

Description:

This collection includes websites created by three artist-run centres in Halifax, Nova Scotia: Eyelevel Gallery, the Centre for Art Tapes, and the Khyber Arts Society.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Society & Culture Alternative spaces (Arts facilities)--Canada Artist-run galleries

Bioethics and health law research at Dalhousie University

Archived since: Oct, 2018

No description.

Dalhousie Art Gallery

Archived since: May, 2018

Description:

Collection includes the website published by the Dalhousie Art Gallery. Content includes a timeline of past exhibitions, publications, and images of works in the Dalhousie Art Gallery collection. Archived website forms part of the Dalhousie Art Gallery fonds (UA-36) at the Dalhousie University Archives.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Universities & Libraries Society & Culture College art museums Art museums

Dalhousie University 200th Anniversary (1818-2018)

Archived since: Jan, 2017

No description.

Dalhousie University websites

Archived since: Jun, 2018

No description.

Ecology Action Centre websites

Archived since: Mar, 2018

Description:

Collection includes eleven archived websites published by the Ecology Action Centre, an environmental action group based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Websites address topics such as transportation, fisheries, logging, urban planning, and other issues addressed by the Ecology Action Centre.

Subject:   Society & Culture Science & Health Environmental action groups Environmental monitoring--Canada Nonprofit organizations--Canada

Elizabeth Barrett Browning Archive

Archived since: Jul, 2018

Description:

Created and co-ordinated by Marjorie Stone and Keith Lawson. Foundational work for the EBB Archive was funded by portions of Standard Research Grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Materials include annotated texts of selected poems, tribute poems to EBB, and contextual materials edited by Marjorie Stone and Beverly Taylor to supplement Elizabeth Barrett Browning: Selected Poems. Annotated excerpts from Aurora Leigh draw on collaboration with Sandra Donaldson Additional scholarly, critical and media resources for the website were prepared by the Dalhousie project team as a digital surround for The Works of Elizabeth Barrett Browning , in partnership with Sandra Donaldson's and Crystal Albert's University of North Dakota Elizabeth Barrett Browning Project.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Universities & Libraries Society & Culture Poetry Romanticism English literature--19th century Browning, Elizabeth Barrett, 1806-1861

Françoise Baylis

Archived since: Sep, 2018

No description.

Halifax Explosion

Archived since: Dec, 2017

No description.

James R. Johnston Chair in Black Canadian Studies

Archived since: Jan, 2017

Description:

A small collection of websites and news articles related to the James R. Johnston Chair in Black Canadian Studies.

Subject:   Universities & Libraries Society & Culture Arts & Humanities

Jottings

Archived since: Jan, 2017

Description:

A website that focuses on the life and works of Nova Scotia artist Carol Hoorn Fraser (1930-1991) and Dalhousie English professor John Fraser (1928-). The site was created by John Fraser, George Munro Professor of English and Professor Emeritus at Dalhousie University. It contains both his published and unpublished writings as well as a substantial amount of information about his wife, Carol Hoorn Fraser.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Poetry Artists--Canada Literary theory

Legal History Miscellany

Archived since: Mar, 2017

Description:

The three of us work on various facets of the histories of law, crime, and justice, primarily in a British context. We might consider ourselves first and foremost social historians, historians of women and gender, or historians of medicine, but typically return time and again to using sources produced by legal processes or to the history of people’s interactions with those legal processes. In addition to fancying an excuse to work together, we wanted a place to put interesting tales from the archives that never quite made it into regular publications, summaries of publications that do appear, reports on research in progress, and the occasional random musing that might be of interest to an audience beyond academia. To begin with, we aim to upload new posts on at least a monthly basis.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Blogs & Social Media

Legalization of cannabis in Nova Scotia

Archived since: May, 2018

Description:

This collection includes a variety of websites an online resources that address the legalization of cannabis in Nova Scotia. Content is produced by the Government of Canada, the Government of Nova Scotia, licensed cannabis growers, and other organizations.

Subject:   Science & Health Society & Culture Government Cannabis Drug control Drugs--Law and legislation

Mi'kmaq History and Culture

Archived since: Nov, 2016

Description:

Sites that focus on the culture and history of the Mi'kmaq First Nations.

Subject:   Society & Culture

Nova Scotia FOIPOP portal breach

Archived since: May, 2018

Description:

Collections includes 72 archives news articles, press releases, and blog posts regarding the breach to Nova Scotia's Freedom of Information portal. A 19-year-old man was initially arrested for downloading 7,000 documents from the portal which were not supposed to be accessible to the public, but was released following much discussion in the media regarding who was at fault.

Subject:   Computers & Technology Government Privacy, Right of--Canada Freedom of information Privacy Provincial governments Hacking Governmental investigations

Nova Scotia Municipal Governments

Archived since: Jun, 2016

Description:

This collection contains the websites of the regional municipalities, districts, towns and counties that are responsible for local government in the province of Nova Scotia. Municipal governments in Canada provide citizens with libraries, parks, water systems, local policing, fire departments and roadways. They are also responsible for levying property taxes and enacting land-use bylaws. These responsibilities are all reflected in the content made available on their websites. Municipalities operate under the authority of the provincial government. Since the mid-1990s, the Province of Nova Scotia has been providing financial incentives to encourage municipalities to amalgamate into larger units. As a result many municipalities in Nova Scotia are disappearing as distinct entities. This web archive is an attempt to preserve any web accessible municipal information that is at risk of being permanently lost.

Subject:   Government - Cities Government - Counties Society & Culture Municipal governments Government - Cities Local government - Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia theatre companies

Archived since: Jan, 2017

Description:

Collection contains archived websites for 22 different theatre companies based in mainland Nova Scotia.

Subject:   Arts & Humanities Society & Culture Nonprofit organizations--Canada Performing arts archives Nova Scotia--Drama Theaters--Nova Scotia

Planning in theory and practice : a research compendium

Archived since: Dec, 2017

Description:

Website detailing Jill Grant's current and past projects with summaries of findings, early results, and examples of student research. Includes conference presentations and early drafts of published material.

Subject:   Government - Cities Society & Culture Science & Health City planning Gated communities

Privateers 1882 Supporters Group

Archived since: Jul, 2018

No description.

Ransom Myers

Archived since: Dec, 2015

Description:

Dr. Ransom Aldrich Myers Jr. also known as RAM and Randy completed a B.A. in physics at Rice University in Houston in 1974, defended his M.Sc. in mathematics at Dalhousie in 1980 and completed his doctorate degree there in 1983. At the conclusion of his education in 1983, Myers was hired as a research scientist by the Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) in St. John’s Newfoundland. Following a co-authored publication on the collapse of Atlantic cod in 1993, Myers became one of many scientists to raise public awareness of the government’s suppression of scientific work. At this time Myers left DFO, taking appoint as the inaugural Dalhousie Killam Chair of Ocean Studies in 1997 at the Department of Biology at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. He created an online database that included maps, plots, and numerical data relating to over 600 fish populations (over 100 species) from all over the world that are downloadable for researchers to use. Through his lab website he shared projects and resources that sought to understand of the changes in marine biodiversity since the advent of industrial fishing. Following his death a legacy website was created to continue the work that he started with scientific contributions to the field of ecology. Access to his textual records and digital files is available through Dalhousie University Archives.

Subject:   Science & Health fish stock assessment marine conservation Future of Marine Animal Populations Global shark assessment

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