Welcome to DLynx, the Rhodes College Digital Archives
This repository holds digital items of importance to Rhodes College. Most items in this collection are available for viewing by the public, but some items are restricted to repository administrators.
This project explores how normative understandings based on the nuclear family ideology interact with individual's constructions of family. In particular, it seeks to challenge the established illusion of the nuclear family as ideal by re-conceptualizing it as a familial mystique. Deconstruction of this mystique begins with an examination of history, as it was and as it is falsely remembered. Narrative accounts that individuals give continues this deconstruction, as their experie...
Small round coin that appears silver and dates from 35 BCE to 5 CE. Visibility is good. On the obverse is a male figure mounted on a horse, facing right. The image is raised and appears off center towards the left. Decorative border appears on the right side of the coin. The man has his right arm raised. The area around the torso of the man is dark and is no longer shiny. The area around the horse's head is dark and no longer shiny. There appears to be an inscription, but it is unable ...
This coin dates from 251 to 253 CE. The coin is silver in color and appears porous potentially due to corrosion. On the obverse a bust appears wearing a spiked crown, facing to the right and appears to have a beard. The inscription, "IMP CAE C VIB VOLVSIANO AVG" lies around the edge of the coin. Bust features are not able to be made out, however, the nose, mouth and chin easily made out. On the reverse is a female figure standing facing left. Anatomically, her right arm outstretched palm...
This coin dates from 76 CE. On the obverse the bust image is raised, facing right. Facial features are clearly visible. Bust posses a protruding chin. Small dots appear as a decorative border around the coin, which only appears filling teh top 1/4 of the coin above the bust's head although the coin appears off center. Parts of the inscription are smoothed away, but the remnants are raised and easily visible. Bust is wearing a laurel crown. The inscription "VESP" begins at the top of the...
Some highlighted collections:
- Sou'wester, the Rhodes College Student Newspaper (recent and oldest issues)
- Rhodes Magazine, the Rhodes College Alumni Magazine
- Annuals of Southwestern and Rhodes College
- Farnsworth Shakespeare Print Collection and the Hanson Collection's Famous Bibles and Famous Books
- Art & Art History Department Faculty Image Collection
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Documents received from the Office of Academic Affairs
The CODA Fellows program, established in 2005 with generous grant from the Robert and Ruby Priddy Charitable Trust of Wichita Falls, Texas, is for liberal arts majors with a passion for the fine arts. The program fosters leadership, vision, communication skills and innovative thinking for future leaders in the arts.
Experiential Learning programs include: CODA, Crossroads to Freedom, Hollywood-Springdale Partnership, InMotion Musculoskeletal Research Fellowship, Language & Learning Technologies Lab, Rhodes CARES, Rhodes Institute for Regional Studies, Rhodes Learning Corridor, Rhodes/UT Neuroscience Research Fellowship, Rhodes/UT Neurosurgery Fellowship, St. Jude Summer Plus Program and URCAS.
Begun in 1944 as the Memphis Adult Education Center, the Meeman Center for Lifelong Learning serves educational needs of Memphis and the Mid-South Community.
Public collection of historical records of Rhodes College, including founding documents, charters, catalogues, commencement and baccalaureate documents.
Records from the various administrative offices of Rhodes College. Academic Departments are listed under Academic Affairs.
A collection of non-current records of the College that are preserved because of their enduring or legal value.
Contains various rare and unique materials from the College Archives and Special Collections covering a broad range of topics, formats, and periods that have been digitized and made publicly accessible.
Contains images and documents describing life on campus from the 1920s until today, including fraternity and sorority life, honor societies, student government and organizations, and athletics.