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In Their Own Words: Native Americans in World War I

Mathers Museum of World Cultures

"In Their Own Words: Native Americans in World War I," is an online exhibit organized by the Mathers Museum of World Cultures, that tells the story of World War I through the words of Native American veterans who fought in the "Great War." Thousands of Native Americans, many of whom did not have citizenship rights, volunteered to fight on behalf of the United States of America.

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IU Arts & Humanities Council

Featuring performances and presentations by ceramics artist Malcolm Smith, poet Maria Hamilton Abegunde, board game enthusiast Marco Arnaudo, and literary translator Bill Johnston.

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Alan Lewis Camera Collection

Moving Image Archive

The Alan Lewis Collection, donated in 2017, is comprised of nearly two hundred small gauge movie cameras and fifty projectors, film editing and viewing equipment, along with many of their original cases, sales boxes, instruction manuals, and accessories. The diverse collection represents a unique selection of moving image technologies produced from the1920s through the 1980s, showcasing a diversity of film gauges and formats -from regular 8mm, double 8mm, and 16mm on spools or in magazines to super 8mm cartridges.

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Cinema Blog

IU Cinema

Quality, relevant, interesting, and sometimes provocative writing about programs related to IU Cinema, a world-class venue and curatorial program that is dedicated to the scholarly study and highest standards of exhibition of film in both its traditional and modern forms.

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