The University Archives is the official home for records that document IU South Bend’s origins and development and the activities of its officers, faculty, students, staff and alumni. Records can be accessed in person at the IU South Bend Archives in the Schurz Library or online via the digital collections listed below. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
FINDING AIDS AND INVENTORIES
Our finding aids and inventories provide more information about University Archives collections that can be consulted in person at the IU South Bend Archives. They include the following categories: Administration, Chancellors/Directors, Faculty, Organizations, and Students.
IU South Bend: 200 Years in the Making (https://iusbarchives.omeka.net/exhibits/show/200-years-in-the-making/introduction)
A web exhibit chronicling the growth of Indiana University in the South Bend area through text, photos and videos. Based on an exhibit that opened at South Bend’s History Museum in November 2019.
Audio and video recordings, including Raclin School of the Arts performances; promotional videos and public service announcements; classes and lectures; major campus events, including commencements and installations; and other content. Some recordings are accessible only to members of the Indiana University community (CAS login required).
Historical images of IU South Bend. Includes the Richard Feingold Photograph Collection, documenting campus life from the late 1960s to early 1980s, and the IU South Bend History Collection, featuring portraits of faculty, administrators, staff and students; coverage of notable events; and documentation of campus buildings.
Archives of Institutional Memory
IU South Bend records with long-term administrative, legal, fiscal or historical value. Includes bulletins and class schedules; programs for Raclin School of the Arts performances; and records of the Academic Senate, Office of the Chancellor and Office of Affirmative Action, among other university entities.
Journals published at IU South Bend, including literary and visual arts journal Analecta, gender and sexuality journal New Views on Gender, IUSB Graduate Research Journal, IUSB Undergraduate Research Journal, and IUSB Undergraduate Research Journal of History.
Scholarship published by IU South Bend faculty and students. Includes a comprehensive collection of Masters of Liberal Arts theses, and publications by faculty of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and Leighton School of Business and Economics, among other colleges.
Bicentennial Oral History Project
Oral histories by IU South Bend faculty, administrators, staff and alumni conducted through the Bicentennial Oral History Project. Includes audio files and transcripts.
Archives of IU South Bend websites from 2000 to the present. Includes all university maintained websites, as well as iusbtitans.com and several versions of websites maintained by The Preface.
Secondary sources on IU South Bend history, including histories of the university, Schurz Library and peace and anti-war activity on campus; profiles of important faculty; and other content.
Last reviewed: 01/2020