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A native American doll, ears of corn, and a rhythm instrument.  

Fall, 2004

Through an in-depth look at the practices and beliefs of Native Americans, a religious studies professor prepares undergraduates to think critically about key issues in the American experience.

 

     
Susan White in front of one of her paintings  

Fall, 2003

What compells the human species to fill the world with art and culture? We can learn something from six creative people at Iowa who love painting, music, writing, and the beauty as well as the function of their respective art.

     
Joseph Reinhardt reviews CT scans of human lungs  

Fall, 2002

Stuff from the mind of Ray Bradbury? Or reality? Amazing advances are emerging from the joint efforts of Iowa's doctors, engineers, and scientists.

     
     

 

 

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