1. Charles W. Cushman Photograph Collection: Online Exhibition

    Charles Weever Cushman, amateur photographer and Indiana University alumnus, bequeathed approximately 14,500 Kodachrome color slides to his alma mater. The photographs in this collection bridge a thirty-two year span from 1938 to 1969, during which time he extensively documented the United States as well as other countries.
    Type: Exhibition

    Location:

    • University Archives
  2. Pop-Up! Exhibit: Weird IU

    University Archives exhibit featuring some of our spookiest, most mysterious, and downright morbid tales and artifacts from the collection
    Type: Exhibition

    Location:

    • University Archives
  3. Pop-Up! Exhibit: Hoosier Recipes

    Historic recipes from the University Archives collections, just in time for your winter gatherings!
    Type: Exhibition

    Location:

    • University Archives
  4. Pop-Up! Exhibit: Love and Friendship

    Romance is in the air in this one-hour exhibit at the University Archives!
    Type: Exhibition

    Location:

    • University Archives
  5. Voices of '68

    Discover the stories behind the IU students, organizations, administrators, and outside forces who made noise about the war in Vietnam, racial and gender equality, and the purpose of higher education.
    Type: Exhibition

    Location:

    • University Archives
  6. Pop-Up! Exhibit: India Remixed

    See India through an IU lens in this one-hour exhibit featuring folklore postcards, travel journals, photographs, maps, and more.
    Type: Exhibition

    Location:

    • University Archives
  7. Pop-Up! Exhibit: April Fools!

    Featurng historic campus hijinks, student jokes and pranks, humor magazines and more silly selections from the University Archives' collections.
    Type: Exhibition

    Location:

    • University Archives
  8. Thomas A. Sebeok and the Scientific Self

    Explore the prolific career of Thomas Sebeok, IU professor emeritus and pioneer in semiotics, linguistics, and animal communication through correspondence, visual materials, and more.
    Type: Exhibition

    Location:

    • University Archives