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Puppets Provide Voice During Times of Political Unrest

Puppets are an effective tool for social change. Iowa State's Amanda Petefish-Schrag says throughout history, puppets have helped bring “the voice of the people to light," and she's using some unusual materials to build the puppets to tell those stories.

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Queen's University Belfast, Prison Memory Archive, Public Record Office Northern Ireland, Heritage Lottery Fund

Queen’s University Launches the Visual Voices of the Prisons Memory Archive

Queen’s University launch The Visual Voices of the Prison Memory Archive project.

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New Adaptation of ‘Fuente Ovejuna’ Will Premiere at Wirtz

A military commander ruthlessly exploits a rural community until the townspeople, led by the mayor’s daughter, rise up against him in Lope de Vega’s nonstop historical drama “Fuente Ovejuna.”The 17th century Spanish text is getting a fresh adaptation by Northwestern University School of Communication students Kori Alston ’18 and Susan E.

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cherry blossoms, Japanese photographs, Tamamura Kozaburo

Smithsonian Snapshot: A Walk Among the Cherry Blossoms

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More than a century ago, cherry trees made beautiful backdrops for photos—just as they do today. This Smithsonian Snapshot shows three young women dressed in kimonos posing with parasols under a blooming cherry blossom tree, circa 1860–1900.

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17th-Century Play Ponders Modern Questions of Free Will, Fate

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UIC presents play from 1600s Spanish playwright.

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UC San Diego Rady School Professors’ Research Is Platform for Innovative Approach to Museum Ticket Sales

Inspired by research from the Rady School of Management at the University of California, San Diego, the San Diego History Center sees attendance significantly increase when they ask visitors to "Give Forward" rather than paying a set admissions fee.

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Sesame Street’s Julia Brings Autism Awareness to Life, According to Virginia Tech Expert

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Mark Auslander Named MSU Museum Director

Mark Auslander, a sociocultural anthropologist, has been appointed director of the Michigan State University Museum. He will lead one of the earliest established museums in the nation, and the state’s first museum to receive Smithsonian affiliate status. “I’m honored to join the MSU Museum, a museum known for the remarkable depth and breadth of its scientific and cultural collections and for its innovative exhibits and public programs,” said Auslander, who will begin his position on July 1.

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‘Now More Than Ever’ Hollywood Demands Reboots Like Upcoming ‘Power Rangers,' Expert Says

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Orson Welles Plays Starring Role in Creating Brazilian Folklore

American filmmaker Orson Welles changed the perception of the Brazilian Northeast when he filmed the story of four campaigning fishermen for an ill-fated and uncompleted movie, a study reveals.







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