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Websites, 2023

Identifier: MS2079 Series 40

Scope and Contents

This series contains the American Associations of University Professors website, captured using the Internet Archive's Archive-It service. The website was first captured in 2023 and once a year after that.


  • 2023


Access restriction

Case and institutional files from Donor's Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure, Committee B on Professional Ethics, and Committee T on College and University Government are not open for public access for twenty-five (25) years from the date each file is officially closed by the Donor. Between twenty-five (25) and fifty (50) years from the date of closing, these files may be open to interested person upon specific request. A request with accompanying recommendation will be forwarded by Recipient to Donor, which will decide whether the request will be approved. All closed files will be open for public access after fifty (50) years from the date of closing. The years will be calculated by using the end of the calendar year in which a particular file was officially closed by Donor.

The donor has indicated that the date of creation is the date a file is closed. Use the date of creation when determining access limitations. In some cases, primarily Committee A records, the donor has provided a specific date range for when files are closed (ex. closed 2015-2021). When this information is provided the end date of that close period may be used to determine when a file is open adding the twenty-five and fifty-year restrictions.


From the Collection: 1004 Linear Feet

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English


The archival objects in this series lead to the site's "capture calendar" where all captures made of this website can be accessed.


The websites in this series are available to access on Archive-It, a web archiving service built by the Internet Archive. The original websites may have changed or may no longer be available since they were captured.

Repository Details

Part of the Special Collections Research Center, The George Washington University Repository

2130 H Street NW
Washington 20052 United States of America