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William Fontaine
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180 Berry
Baker Berry Library
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH 03755

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HathiTrust Digital Library
by Barbara DeFelice, William Fontaine - Last Updated Feb 14, 2012
Everything you ever wanted to know about the HathiTrust Digital Library
Islam
by William Fontaine - Last Updated Apr 21, 2014
Jewish Studies
by William Fontaine - Last Updated May 13, 2014
A Guide to Resources at the Dartmouth College Library
Tags: hebrew, holocaust, jwst, religion
Middle Eastern Studies
by William Fontaine - Last Updated Aug 19, 2014
A Guide to Resources at the Dartmouth College Library
Tags: arab, arabic, hebr, hebrew
Palestinian Film
by William Fontaine - Last Updated Jun 2, 2014
A guide to Palestinian films at Dartmouth or available on the Web.
Philosophy
by William Fontaine - Last Updated May 7, 2014
Resources in the Dartmouth College Library
Tags: bioethics, phil, philosophy
Philosophy 007: Marx, Nietzsche, and Freud
by William Fontaine - Last Updated Oct 25, 2011
A First Year Seminar by Prof. Amy Allen on the central texts of Marx, Nietzsche, and Freud, and their impact on 20th century philosophy and social criticism.
Positive Psychology
by William Fontaine - Last Updated Jan 9, 2012
A guide to resources on the study of happiness, well-being, and flourishing.
Psyc 054: Health Psychology
by William Fontaine - Last Updated Jan 27, 2014
Dr. Mark Detzer
This course explores the role of psychology and health, reviewing research relating to: 1) health promotion; 2) chronic physical illness; and 3) interacting with the US health care system.
REL 011: Religion and Morality
by William Fontaine - Last Updated Jan 27, 2014
Religion
by William Fontaine - Last Updated Jun 2, 2014
A Guide to Resources at the Dartmouth College Library
Tags: bible, hebrew_bible, qur'an, rel, religion
Religion 7: The Life of the Buddha
by William Fontaine - Last Updated Jan 11, 2012
A course taught by Reiko Ohnuma on the life of the Buddha as it is recounted through the ages in literature, art, and popular culture
Tags: rel.007-wi12, religion
USC Shoah Foundation's Visual History Archive
by Andrea Bartelstein, William Fontaine, Lucinda Hall, Francis Oscadal, Sarah Scully - Last Updated Jun 11, 2014
Information about and access to the Visual History Archive
 
 
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