Arts, Histories and Cultures Digital Repository
The teaching of both Art History & Visual Studies and Archaeology in Manchester is supported by a specialist collection of 350,000 slides. With a focus on the department's traditional strengths, the digitisation of a number of these slides will enable a deeper study of visual resources in an increasingly digitally orientated discipline.
The collections include images of Late Antique/Early Islamic Syria, The Hilton of Cadbol, The Domuztepe project and All Saints' Church, North Street, York. The aim is to expand this database to include many more slides and new, 'born digital' images, each accompanied by catalogue descriptions, to form a fully searchable online catalogue.
We are grateful to:
- The Courtauld Institute and Corpus Vitrearum Medii Aevi for permission include some of their images in this collection
- The Distributed Learning Section of the University of Manchester Teaching Learning & Assessment Office
- and also the Faculty of Humanities for initial development funding.
All material supplied via the Arts, Histories and Cultures Digital Repository is protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights, and duplication or sale of all or part of any of the repository is not permitted, except that material may be duplicated by you for teaching and learning purposes in electronic or print form within the School of Arts, Histories & Cultures, The University of Manchester.
You must obtain permission from the rights holder(s) for any other use. To request permission, you should contact the librarian in the first instance. Images must not be altered in any way, for example by cropping. Electronic or print copies may not be offered, whether for sale or otherwise to anyone who is not an authorised user.