The Dartmouth Vietnam Project brings together members of the Dartmouth community to conduct, record, and preserve oral histories about the Vietnam War era (1950-1975). Its online archive of interviews is a joint collaboration between current Dartmouth students and older members of the Dartmouth community who have volunteered to share their stories and memories of the war and its impact on American society.
The Dartmouth Jewish Sound Archive is one of the world’s leading on-line archives of Jewish recordings, open to students and scholars at Dartmouth and around the globe. The Archive collects, restores, and digitizes recordings of the pre-digital age, including rare and often unique recordings.
Using a combination of methods from empirical musicology, mathematics, neuroscience, and engineering, the Bregman Research Studio investigates Brain, Music, and Auditory Representational Space (BMARS) and the nature of audio-visual experience.