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  1. Nineteenth Century American Poetry

    Description: The research papers posted on this site showcase the wide-ranging archival work undertaken by a group of Northwestern University junior and senior English majors during winter quarter 2018. Their mission: recover a work of poetry published in the nineteenth-century United States from the library's open stacks or from Special Collections,...
    Subject: american literature and american poetry
    Creator: Jay Grossman
    Owner: Scholarly Digital Publishing
  2. Humanities Open Books

    Description: With the generous support of the Humanities Open Book Program, a joint effort of the National Endowment for the Humanities and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, Northwestern is proud to make available important and groundbreaking works in philosophy, literary criticism, and African studies. Access to the collection is free and...
    Owner: Scholarly Digital Publishing
    Publisher: Northwestern University Press
    Date Created: 2018
  3. Enchiridion Leonis Papae (Enchiridion of Pope Leo III)

    Description: This project brings together five editions of a relatively under-studied grimoire, the "Enchiridion Leonis Papæ", and analyses them for the first time in an academic format. The analysis examines what little has been written about the "Enchiridion Leonis Papæ" as well as its legendary associations with Pope Leo III and...
    Keyword: Middle Ages, History, Printing History, Charlemagne, Grimoire, Horae, Magic, Anthropology, Medieval Studies, Esoteric, Carolingian Studies, Occult, and Early Modern
    Subject: History, Occult and Esoteric Studies, Medieval Studies, and Carolingian Studies
    Creator: Smith, Edward
    Owner: Ted Smith
    Publisher: University of York
    Language: Early Modern French, Old English, Latin, and English
    Date Created: September 2012
    Rights: In Copyright
    Resource Type: Masters Thesis
  4. Research Abroad Projects

    Description: Northwestern University provides students the opportunity to participate in research-focused study abroad programs. Participating students conduct original research, often using a combination of fieldwork methods, such as interviews and archival research. This collection archives the research projects completed by students studying abroad.
    Creator: Undergraduate Learning Abroad
    Owner: Scholarly Digital Publishing
    Resource Type: Research Paper
  5. Nanoscape: The Journal for Undergraduate Research in Nanoscience

    Description: Nanoscape: The Journal for Undergraduate Research in Nanoscience is an annual publication of original research conducted by undergraduates from around the county. The journal was launched in 2004 and was the first of its kind in the country. The journal disseminates the results of undergraduate research in the broad fields...
    Keyword: Nanoscience
    Contributor: and
    Owner: Chris Diaz
    Publisher: International Institute for Nanotechnology
    Date Created: 2004 - 2011
    Rights: In Copyright
  6. Computational Research Day

    Description: Posters presented at Computational Research Day.
    Owner: Scholarly Digital Publishing
  7. Northwestern Open Access Fund

    Description: The Northwestern Open Access Fund supports Northwestern scholars who wish to make their journal articles openly available immediately upon publication and to support gold open access publishers around the world. This collection of scholarship was published using the fund.
    Keyword: Open Access
    Creator: Northwestern University Libraries
    Owner: Chris Diaz
  8. Plant Biology and Conservation Theses

    Description: Masters theses for the M.S. in Plant Biology and Conservation program, in partnership with the Chicago Botanical Gardens.
    Subject: plant biology
    Creator: Program in Plant Biology and Conservation
    Owner: Chris Diaz
    Publisher: Northwestern University Libraries
    Rights: All rights reserved
    Resource Type: Masters Thesis
  9. Infrastructure Technology Institute Publications

    Description: Publications from Northwestern University's Infrastructure Technology Institute. "The Theme Of The Infrastructure Technology Institute Is To Develop Strategies And Tools To Protect And Improve The Condition, Capacity, And Performance Of The Nation’s Highway, Railroad, And Mass Transit Infrastructure Systems." The Infrastructure Technology Institute (ITI) developed advanced methods for monitoring infrastructure...
    Owner: Chris Diaz
    Rights: All rights reserved
    Identifier: doi:10.21985/N2TM1J