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  • Photo by David Burckhalter

  • Photo by David Burckhalter

  • Photo by David Burckhalter

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The Southwest Center seeks to define, illuminate, and present, through research, teaching, and publishing, the character of the Greater Southwest: the heartland of Arizona, New Mexico, Sonora, and Chihuahua, and its peripheries.

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Funded buy NEH, this project seeks to "tribesource" dozens of educational films about the Native peoples of the Southwestern U.S. works from the American Indian Film Gallery, a collection awarded to the University of Arizona in 2011. Most of the films were made in the mid-20th century and reflect... read more
October 22, 7.30pm, The Loft Cinema Celebrate American Archives Month as the University of Arizona Special Collections, the Center for Creative Photography, and the Bear Canyon Center for Southwest Humanities present a selection of films from Southwest archives.  

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