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    This collection contains exemplarly podcasts created for the Borderlands: Art and Theory course, instructed by Dr. Tatiana Reinoza.

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    This collection contains posterior distributions estimated by the V-Dem Measurement Model (see Methodology and The V-Dem Measurement Model: Latent Variable Analysis for Cross-National and Cross-Temporal Expert-Coded Data for more information) for all "C" variables in …

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    An archive of version 10 of Varieties of Democracy data and associated documentation.

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    These books were digitized due to the deteriorating condition of the physical objects as a partnership between Hesburgh Libraries’ Conservation and Digital Production Units.

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    University of Notre Dame Hesburgh Library holdings related to early missionary activities within Indiana and the Midwest. Funded by a Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) grant.

    History of the Catholic Church and missions in Indiana territory. This collection of monographs:

    •Brings to light the settling of Indiana when Indiana was the western frontier, migration patterns in Indiana, and the history of settlements. First were traders, explorers, missionaries, and later, families and …

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    In this collection of pamphlets and sound recording, Dr. Richard Crocker created a study edition of the repertory of Gregorian melodies for the Mass propers circa 850 AD. Each type of chant– Introit, Gradual, Alleluia, Tract, Offertory, and Communion– is recorded as a group and further divided into modal groups. The recordings use primarily solo voices.

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    The Scanlan Collection includes close to 200 historical maps of the Great Lakes region of North America, ranging in date from the early 17th to the early 20th century. The collection came to the University in 2003-04, the gift of Edward and Sheila Scanlan of Neenah, Wisconsin.

    The 17th century maps include works by Mercator, Sanson, Coronelli, and others, and generally depict the whole of North America or regions east of the Mississippi River, including the British colonies and Canada. The …

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    An archive of version 8 of Varieties of Democracy data and associated documentation.

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    An archive of version 9 of Varieties of Democracy data and associated documentation.

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    This collection is a tribute to the life and work of James Lee Massey, an information theorist and cryptographer. Massey earned his B.S. in Electrical Engineering from the University in Notre Dame in 1956. After three years of service in the military, he pursued a PhD at MIT. Massey returned to Notre Dame as a professor, teaching from 1962-1977, where he earned recognition as both a proflic engineer and a favored professor. From 1980 until his retirement in 1998, Massey was a faculty member a…

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    A digital exhibit of prints, made between 1939 and 1941 by Fu Jen Catholic University of Peking (CUP), from the original paintings that were commissioned by Rev. Thomas Megan,S.V.D., Prefect Apostolic of Xinxiang, Henan Province, and painted by Wang Suda,an artist trained at Fu Jen CUP. Wang’s signature appears on twelve prints.

    The prints were a gift of Grailville, a facility of the Grail in the US (Loveland, Ohio).


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    Epistemological Letters was a product of its time and played an important role in the foundations of physics at a critical moment in the field’s early development. Launched in November 1973 and concluded in October of 1984 after thirty-six issues, it was neither a journal nor a newsletter, functioning more like today’s preprint servers. Its founders described the concept thusly on the back cover of every issue: “‘Epistemological Letters…

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