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View Resource Mapping the Lives

Historians, sociologists, and those interested in tracing the history of the Holocaust may benefit from Mapping the Lives, a platform that serves as "a central memorial for the persecuted in Europe [from] 1933-1945." Through interactive street maps that memorialize victims of the Nazi Regime's persecution, the resource goes beyond traditional "memorial book[s]" to reclaim space for the lives that...

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View Resource North American Mycological Association

From the Fungus Federation of Santa Cruz to the Maine Mycological Association, coast to coast, people are keen on the study of mycology. The North American Mycological Association helps connect these enthusiasts. Launched in 1967, NAMA is a "non-profit organization of professional and amateur mycologists with over 80 affiliated mycological societies in the United States, Canada and Mexico," on a...

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View Resource The Archipenko Sculpture Catalogue Raisonne

As art history aficionados may know, Alexander Archipenko was an influential American-Ukrainian artist notable for being one of the first to adapt Cubist techniques to three-dimensional forms, and he became particularly well-known for his small-scale sculptures. In celebration of this avant-garde artist's legacy, the Archipenko Foundation has created this digital catalogue raisonne of Archipenko's...

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View Resource Ologies: Mycology (MUSHROOMS) with Dr. Tom Volk

Readers looking for a resource that puts the "fun" in "fungi" may enjoy this episode of the podcast Ologies (featured in the 8-02-2019 Scout Report) titled "Mycology (MUSHROOMS) with Dr. Tom Volk." The episode is slightly over an hour long and features a conversation between host Alie Ward, an Emmy-winning science correspondent, and Dr. Tom Volk, a professor at the University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse...

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View Resource The Mycology Webpages

The Mycology Webpages was created by Dr. David Malloch, renowned mycology and research associate at the New Brunswick Museum of Natural Sciences. The site seeks to celebrate "the astounding diversity of fungi and our unending fascination with them." Readers should begin on the Natural History of the Fungi page, where they can learn background knowledge on fungi, such as reproduction, construction,...

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