Monthly Archives: October 2012

Happy Halloween from the Albert Gore Research Center!

Written by Quinn Walsdorf, Registrar of Collections In addition to our Political, Regional, and University History related archives we have here at the Center, we also have a museum collection of over a thousand items. Some of these have been … Continue reading

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Greetings From…

Written by Rachel Smith, Graduate Assistant As one of the graduate assistants at the AGRC, one of my main tasks is to process collections we have at the Center. I have recently been creating an inventory of Anne Sloan’s papers. … Continue reading

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Society of Tennessee Archivists 2012 -We Were There

Written by Jim Havron, Center Archivist I was fortunate to represent the Albert Gore Research Center at the Society of Tennessee Archivists Annual Conference in Knoxville this last week. It was an excellent conference with a good variety of sessions, … Continue reading

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The History of Political Songs and Jingles in Tennessee

“The History of Political Songs and Jingles in Tennessee” online exhibit was launched last week. A collaborate effort between the Center for Popular Music and the Albert Gore Research Center, this project was curated by John Fabke to illustrate the … Continue reading

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Digital Democracy Project

Written by Michael Fletcher, Digital Democracy Project The Digital Democracy Project is one of several ongoing projects at the Albert Gore Research Center. Envisioned as a computer simulation of the legislative process, when completed the DDP will be a valuable … Continue reading

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Brown Bag Lunch Event with Andrea Blackman

Politically Charged Collections and the Politics of Documenting Politics Brown Bag Lunch Forum With Andrea Blackman Civil Rights Movement and the actions taken during the Nashville flood a few years ago took place in a heavily politically charged atmosphere. The … Continue reading

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A Message from the Director

From Dr. Jim Williams, Director of the Albert Gore Research Center One of the great fortunes of my life so far has been the opportunity to direct the Albert Gore Research Center, which I have been doing for more than … Continue reading

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