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Flashdrive: Presentation materials for "Towards an Indigenous Art Sovereignty: Theorizing Contemporary Native Art" , 2011

 File — Box: Communal Digital Media 1, Placement: 20
Identifier: MSF 517, File 42

Scope and Contents

From the Collection: The Phoebe Farris papers document the professional and personal life of Purdue professor, Phoebe Farris. It reflects her contribution to the art scene in America, shedding light on Native American history. The collection may be useful for researchers interested in Purdue's Native American community. The types of materials include written publications and reviews of others' publications; contributions to art shows and exhibitions; correspondence; career and personal photographs; and articles.


  • 2011

Access Information

The collection is open for research.


From the Collection: 1.50 Cubic Feet (One cubic foot box, one full-width letter-size manuscript box, one flash drive, and one optical disk)

Language of Materials


Technical Access Information

This USB drive is unprocessed and not available for immediate access. For more information or to request access, please contact the archives.


Repository Details

Part of the Purdue University Archives and Special Collections Repository

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West Lafayette Indiana 47907 United States