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Engaging the North Country

Engaging the North Country enhances the digital presence of Community Based Learning by allowing students to create and share reflections of their experiences.

Francophone Africa

This group has created a cluster of courses that examine the history, culture, and politics of Francophone Africa from an interdisciplinary and cross-divisional perspective that will enhance knowledge of and interest in Francophone Africa.

Twitter & Society

<p>This site is a digital archive for Twitter & Society, a sociology capstone course at St. Lawrence University taught by Stephen Barnard.</p>

Kenya Semester Archive

Efforts are underway to gather key documents and a range of Kenya Semester Program ephemera and digitize them for preservation purposes.


This project is a showcase of student and faculty work produced in the Anthropology, Biology, Geology and Physics Departments at St. Lawrence University using confocal, light and scanning electron microscopy (SEM).

Canadian Inuit Prints and Drawings

The Canadian Inuit art collection at St. Lawrence University includes more than 100 original prints, drawings, photographs, and carvings from Cape Dorset, Pangnirtung, and Baker Lake.


Aksik is a Siberian Yupik term called out by captains to turn the boat quickly by placing an oar against the bow and down into the water and pulling back using the gunnel as a fulcrum point.

History, Memory & Repair

This website explores collective practices as truth commissions, judicial prosecutions of perpetrators of mass violence, and the establishment of human rights memorials and museums as ways to recall and deal with national episodes of force.