|Beginnings: Music at Brandeis||The Castle||Copley's World:
A Humanities Research Lab
|The first decade of the Brandeis Department of Music. Audio clips and photos accompany the exhibit housed at the Robert D. Farber University Archives & Special Collections Department.||Currently one of the most popular dorms on campus, this building is one of the original Middlesex University structures. This exhibit is a collection of digitized photographs, negatives and printed materials designed to enable viewers to explore the history of this architectural gem.||An exhibit showcasing the research-intensive projects emerging from our first History Lab, a course focused on the life, art, and times of the painter John Singleton Copley.
|Marcuse||Boston Religions||Rethinking the Age of Revolution|
|Developing Special Collection||History course exhibit||The American, French, and Haitian Revolutions in the Atlantic World, 1763-1815. A chronological and geographical representation.