Online exhibits created by curators, librarians, and archivists to enhance public access to archives and special collections at the University of Houston.
This exhibit, curated by undergraduate research student Jenna Goodrich, highlights the DJ Screw Sound Recordings collection, which contains over 1600 of DJ Screw's personal albums and singles. These records were donated by his father, Robert Earl Davis, Sr. and his cousin Donnie Davis, Jr. DJ Screw combined records from different geographical locations and genres to create his famous mixtapes known as "screw tapes." Showcasing the albums by location reveals the types of artists DJ Screw included in his mixtapes, and how place influenced his work.
This online archive is a place for UH students to share their experiences related to the coronavirus pandemic through journals, artwork, and other expressions. College students are living through a unique and challenging moment in history, and we are preserving your response to it for people in the future.