UCI Home Page UCI Libraries Home Page UCI Home Page UCIspace Home Page UCI Libraries home page

UCIspace Home

UCIspace @ the Libraries

Welcome to:

UCIspace logo image UCIspace @ the Libraries is an open access service for the UCI community to publish, manage, and preserve diverse kinds of research output.

Duc Nguyen Video Footage for Bolinao 52

Duc Nguyen Video Footage for Bolinao 52

This collection includes raw video footage used in the creation of the Emmy Award-winning documentary, Bolinao 52, by Duc Nguyen, telling the story of the one hundred and ten Vietnamese refugees who boarded a crowded boat one night in May 1988 and spent a harrowing 37 days at sea before finally being rescued by fishermen and brought to a town called Bolinao in the Philippines.
Frank Cancian Documentary Photographs, 1957-2002

Frank Cancian Documentary Photographs, 1957-2002

This collection consists of photographs taken by University of California, Irvine anthropology professor emeritus Frank Cancian during three separate projects in 1957, 1971, and 1973-2002.
Frank Cancian Photographs for Main Street UCI

Frank Cancian Photographs for Main Street UCI

Documenting the people, events, and spaces at the Ring Mall on the UC Irvine campus, this collection consists of more than 3000 images taken over seventy-five sessions by UC Irvine anthropology professor emeritus Frank Cancian from 2009-2011 and presented in an exhibit entitled "Main Street UCI."
Hugh Everett III Manuscripts

Hugh Everett III Manuscripts

American physicist Hugh Everett, III first proposed the many-worlds interpretation of quantum physics. In this collection, UC Irvine professor Jeff Barrett and reporter Peter Byrne have selected and digitized a variety of documents to describe the origin and evolution of Everett's understanding of his theory.
Hugh R. McMillan Photographs, 1946-1974

Hugh R. McMillan Photographs, 1946-1974

Hugh R. McMillan (1916-2000) was a historian, journalist, dispatcher, and photographer in Newport Beach, California. This collection features his photographs and writings about Newport Beach, providing a unique perspective on the growing beach town in the 20th century.
Jaded, 2004-2007

Jaded, 2004-2007

Jaded, an alternative media magazine published by students at the University of California, Irvine, attempted to celebrate and support the Asian Pacific Islander community, according to its mission statement, by retelling the past, engaging the present, and creating a voice for the future. This collection includes all 12 issues published from 2004-2007.
Mark Poster Born Digital Files, 1985-2009

Mark Poster Born Digital Files, 1985-2009

Mark Poster played a central role in UCI's emergence as a leading center for work in Critical Theory, helping to launch the Critical Theory Institute and serving as director in its early years. This collection includes Mark Poster's research files, notes, and email correspondence related to his books and other publications, lectures, as well as his work with the Critical Theory Institute.
Online Archive of UCI History

Online Archive of UCI History

Created by the University of California, Irvine Libraries to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the founding of UC Irvine, this collection preserves and makes available for research core historical records of the university, including audio and video recordings, films, photographs and slides, and publications from 1959 forward.
Paul de Man Manuscripts

Paul de Man Manuscripts

Paul de Man was a prominent and influential literary critic, scholar, and teacher best known as one of the principle theorists behind an approach to literary and philosophical texts that became known as deconstruction. The unpublished manuscripts in this collection were transcribed and digitized under the supervision of Professor Martin McQuillan and made available through the UC Irvine Libraries with funding from the United Kingdom's Arts and Humanities Research Council and the British Academy, and with the permission of Patsy de Man.
Raymond L. Watson Born Digital Files and Digitized Slides

Raymond L. Watson Born Digital Files and Digitized Slides

Raymond L. Watson is an architect and planner who served in various capacities at The Irvine Company, including as President and CEO, beginning in 1960 until his retirement in 2003. This collection includes born digital writings and digitized slides documenting portions of Watson's 43-year career in Orange County, California.
Richard Rorty Born Digital Files

Richard Rorty Born Digital Files

Philosopher Richard Rorty is best known for developing a distinctive, controversial brand of pragmatism. This collection includes born digital files from Richard Rorty's papers housed in the Critical Theory Archive, UCI Libraries Special Collections and Archives. Find within examples of Rorty's draft manuscripts, correspondence, research notes, and teaching materials.
Vietnamese American Oral History Project

Vietnamese American Oral History Project

The Vietnamese American Oral History Project (VAOHP) at UC Irvine collects, preserves, and disseminates the life stories of Vietnamese Americans in Southern California. This collection includes original audio-taped interviews, Vietnamese and/or English-language interview transcripts, time log summaries, and photographs of each narrator.
Department of Cognitive Sciences

Department of Cognitive Sciences

This collection consists of supplementary material for research and publications from the UCI Department of Cognitive Sciences.