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POLS A360: Russian Politics (Bingham): Finding Media/Primary Sources
These are the clips shown in class. As we watch we will brainstorm types of materials used to tell the story visually. This will get us to start thinking about the way the medium of film can be used to convey research. More trailers and full documentaries are available at: https://www.pbs.org/wgbh/americanexperience/videos/
"There was just one problem: Von Niederhäusern would only be in the city for a week. Pulling this off, they realized, would require meticulous planning, ensuring the endeavor was as efficient as possible. They printed out a storyboard of each shot in the Simpsons scene as well as a giant map of the city — marking the locations of all the restaurants, their addresses and opening hours."
Historical publications: 19th Century U.S. Newspapers, the Times (of London) newspaper 1785-2011, and the Archives of Sexuality & Gender: LGBTQ History and Culture Since 1940 Part 1. (Also available individually.) Slavery and Anti-Slavery is not yet part of this service and must be searched separately.
This research guide (accessed by clicking the link "Finding and Using Media" above) has a lot of information about locating images, audio and video. It lists resources available to you through the library and free online media outside the library that is in the public domain or published using a creative commons license.
Here is a full list of equipment you can check out from the library front desk and from media services (also on the first floor of the library). Equipment that may be useful for this project includes: camera, microphone, portable audio recorder.