International Comparative Studies records, 1982-2011 and undated
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- Duke University International Comparative Studies
- International Comparative Studies (ICS) is an undergraduate interdisciplinary academic program affiliated with Duke University in Durham, North Carolina. The collection's files document the program's academic mission and operations, chiefly dating from the 1980s to 2011, and comprise course files, correspondence and memos, budget and grant files, alumni information, newsletter files, student work, questionnaires, materials on programming and conferences, and files about related Duke offices such as Trinity Arts and Sciences and Comparative Area Studies.
- 10.5 Linear Feet
- Materials in English
- Collection ID:
- University Archives Record Group:
- 25 -- Trinity College of Arts and Sciences
25 -- Trinity College of Arts and Sciences > 24 -- International Comparative Studies
- Scope and content:
The collection's files document Duke University's International Comparative Studies (ICS) program's academic mission and operations, chiefly dating from the 1980s to 2011. The mateials comprise course files, correspondence and memos, budgets, grant files, awards, ICS programming and conferences, alumni information, newsletter files, student work, questionnaires, and files about related organizations on campus. The latter include Duke administrative offices as well as Comparative Area Studies (CAS).
- Biographical / historical:
Duke University's International Comparative Studies (ICS) is an undergraduate interdisciplinary program that bridges the humanities and social sciences.
- Acquisition information:
- The International Comparative Studies records were received as a transfer by the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book Manuscript Library in 2012.
- Processing information:
Processed by: University Archives Staff.
Collection guide encoded from inventory by Paula Jeannet, May 2020.
This collection guide was created or updated with information provided by donors or external parties, and box or file lists have not been verified by Rubenstein Library staff. Errors may be present and can be reported to AskRL@duke.edu.
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- Aesthetics, Comparative
Duke University -- Faculty
Duke University -- History
History -- Comparative method
Humanities -- Comparative method
Humanities -- Study and teaching
International education -- United States
Social sciences -- Comparative method
Sociology -- Comparative method
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