Historical Accountability Program

Delta Alpha

Delta Alpha

Student Protests - Women's Issues

Student Protests - Women's issues

Class of 1915

Class of 1915

Student Protests - Divestment

Student Protests - Divestment

Native American Students

Native American students

Wallace, George (Gov., Alabama)

Wallace, George (Gov., Alabama)

Woodsmen's Weekend, 1986

Woodsmen's Weekend, 1986

Russell Sage Hall - Coeducation Protest

Student Protests - Coeducation 

Dartmouth Asian Organization

Dartmouth Asian organization

Parkhurst Hall Seizure, 1969

Parkhurst Hall Seizure, 1969

We're telling stories about inclusion and diversity from Dartmouth’s past.

Starting in the 2018-19 academic year, the Dartmouth Library is conducting a two-year historical accountability pilot initiative as part of Dartmouth’s plan for Inclusive Excellence. The initiative, which is based at Rauner Special Collections Library, offers four term-long, full-time, fully-funded student research fellowships and three student research internships to assist Dartmouth students in exploring our collections and creating original content based upon primary sources.

About the Project

Fellowship Projects, 2018-19

Cover

Combing through the entire life of this important figure feels surreal—not only what she chose to keep, but also what is missing.

The Science World Shockley article

Being a Black student at Dartmouth is hard enough in 2019, but what was it like being a Black student here 50 years ago?

Streeter Hall

What do the physical spaces that we occupy on campus say about our identities and our experiences? 

Project Team

2018-19 Fellowship Cohort

Caroline Cook ’21
Alexandrea Keith ’20
Samantha Koreman ’20
Anneliese Thomas ’19

Funding for a fourth Historical Accountability Student Research Fellowship position for the 2018-19 academic year has been made possible by the support of the Sphinx Foundation.
 

Staff

Student Research Interns

Savannah Eller ’22
Veselin Nanov ’20
Kylee Sibilia ’20

Institutional History Research Specialist

Myranda Fuentes is the director of the Historical Accountability Program as the current Institutional History Research Specialist. For inquiries about the Historical Accountability Student Research Fellowship or the program more generally, please contact her by email. She is also available by phone at (603) 646-1893.