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Publication Collections

Publications Collections contains several named collections of published material that have been gathered over the years and relate to the special interest and collecting areas of Archives & Special Collections. 
 
Publication Collections can be discovered through the  UNC Libraries online catalog.

  • Connie Willis publication collection

    Connie Willis, a native Coloradoan, graduated from UNC in 1967 with degrees in English and in Elementary Education.  She has gone on to be the most awarded science fiction writer ever, having, to date, won eight Nebula, twelve Hugo, and fourteen Locus awards. She has also won in all Nebula categories: short story, novelette, novella, and novel. In 2012, Willis was presented with the Damon Knight Grand Master Award by the Science Fiction Writers of America joining the likes of Robert Heinlein, Isaac Asimov and Ray Bradbury.   

    In February of 2010, Willis donated her collection to UNC which included her personal book collection among other things.  This collection holds an extensive assortment of science fiction works along with a smattering of books pertaining to British history. It also contains multiple copies of her works, including uncorrected proofs, limited editions, special bindings, and foreign editions.   

    Found in the library catalog, using the search term Connie Willis collection.

  • Helen Langworthy book collection

    More information coming soon!

  • History of Education, Textbooks, and Childrens Literature

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  • Japanese Tourist book collection

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  • Khunying Vinita Diteeyont book collection

    The Khunying Vinita Diteeyont publication collection contains 11 books and one short story written by Vinita Diteeyont. These particular pieces are written in Thai and include both poetry and prose work. Diteeyont is a nationally recognized, award-winning novelist, as well as an accomplished scholar, critic, translator, and teacher.

    Academically, Diteeyont acquired a BA from the Faculty of Arts at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok and a Ph.D. in literature curriculum and instruction from the University of Northern Colorado. She taught literature and creative writing at Silpakorn University until her retirement in 1995.  

    Diteeyont writes in a variety of styles including realistic and historical fiction, fantasy, and crime dramas. Many of her works describe everyday life in Thailand. She is widely known for her series of crime fiction novellas which focused around on the main character, an amateur detective named Khun Pa Mathur (Aunt Mathur). Many of her novels have been adapted for television or film.   

    Please note when researching Diteeyont, she is recognized under alternative spellings, as well as multiple pen names: 

    • Khunying Vinita Diteeyont
    • Vinita Vinichayakul
    • V. Vinichayakul
    • Kæokao
    • Winitā Dithīyon
    • Wo Winitchaikun
    • Wō̜. Winitchaikun    

    Found in the library catalog, using the author name Wō̜. Winitchaikun.

  • Paul Stewart publication collection

    More information coming soon!

  • Reading for Meaning Series collection

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  • Ruth Rice education publications

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  • Suzanne Schultz book collection

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  • UNC Connection

    An independent newspaper about campus published weekly in Greeley, Colorado between 2007 and 2010.  
     
    Found in the library catalog, using the search term UNC Connection

  • Visual Arts of Japan publication collection

    The Visual Arts of Japan publication collection is a compilation of books that include many detailed pictures of woodblock prints from various Japanese artists. Woodblock printing in Japan (木版画, mokuhanga) is a technique best known for its use in the ukiyo-e artistic genre of single sheets, but it was also used for printing books in the same period. The presumptive creation dates of these are, at the earliest, 1804, and at the latest, 1955. Many of the books have multiple volumes, and are related to themes such as nature, seasons, portraits, cartoons, everyday life and in some, aspects of studying and teaching concepts. Most of the books have no publisher linked to them. These books range from 20 pages to upwards of 50 pages long.   
     
    Found in the library catalog, using the search term Visual Arts of Japan publication collection.