Welcome to DLynx
a gateway to Rhodes College digital collections housing over 28,000 images, texts, and recordings -- and counting.
Prior to the production of pottery 3000 years ago, humans would often carve large bowls out of rock, usually soapstone. Samples of such an artifact from the Thrash site, a Late Archaic period (3,000-1000B.P,) site in Pike Country, Alabama, have been subjected to a three step process for identifying fatty acids, the primary substance of foodstuffs. We used gas chromatography/mass spectroscopy (GC/MS) to analyze samples from the artifact along with samples of natural soapstone. The presenc...
Some highlighted collections:
- Campus Life Images, beginning in the 1920's
- Farnsworth Shakespeare Print Collection and the Hanson Collection's Famous Bibles and Famous Books
- Art & Art History Department Faculty Image Collection
- URCAS Projects, collection of undergraduate research
Communities in DSpace
Choose a community to browse its collections.
Departmental documents, honors papers, course syllabi.
Records from the various administrative offices.
Non-current records of the College of enduring or legal value.
College periodicals, journals, and newspapers.
Images from the College Archives and Rhodes community.
Current and historical regional materials of scholarly value.
Course catalogues, founding documents, charters.
Rare and unique materials from the College Archives and Special Collections.
Images and documents describing life on campus.