Larry Foley's Documentaries Now Available at ScholarWorks@UARK

 

Larry Foley has had a storied career in documentary film - ScholarWorks@UARK wants you to join the adventure.

The U of A's  institutional repository, ScholarWorks@UARK, will digitally host fourteen documentaries created by University of Arkansas professor Larry Foley of the J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences' School of Journalism and Strategic Media. 


Available titles include: 

  • Governor from Greasy Creek, Larry Foley, 1994
  • The Keetoowahs Come Home, Larry Foley, 1995
  • The Black Swamp, Larry Foley, 1995
  • The Lost Squadron, Larry Foley, 1997
  • Out of the Woods, Larry Foley, 1997
  • Saving the Eagles, Larry Foley, 1998
  • Arkansas' Natural Heritage, Larry Foley, 1999
  • When Lightning Struck: Saga of an American Warplane, Larry Foley and Dale Carpenter, 2000
  • Sanatorium Hill, Larry Foley and Dale Carpenter, 2001
  • The Forgotten Expedition, Larry Foley and Dale Carpenter, 2002
  • It Started Here: Early Arkansas and the Louisiana Purchase, Larry Foley, 2003
  • Flight of Glacier Girl, Larry Foley and Dale Carpenter, 2004
  • Beacon of Hope: The Story of the University of Arkansas, Larry Foley and Dale Carpenter, 2007
  • Growing Hope: Investing in Human Capital, Jim Borden and Larry Foley, 2012

"These documentaries tell stories from Arkansas history, portray the people of Arkansas, or feature the Arkansas landscape," said Melody Herr, head of the Office of Scholarly Communications to the university newswire. "Anyone can enjoy them, but we hope that educators across the state will find them particularly useful for their classes."


 From the institutional repository:

ScholarWorks@UARK is a showcase for the research, scholarship and creative work of the University of Arkansas community, created through a partnership between the University Libraries and the Office for Research and Innovation.

Much of the content is open access, meaning that it is offered to users worldwide for the purpose of furthering research, scholarship and education. For information about participating in ScholarWorks@UARK, see the Guidelines