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Music and Culture of Kyrgyzstan

The Music and Culture of Kyrgyzstan, created by Munara Mailybekova and Aida Huseynova, is an interactive DVD-ROM highlighting the music and culture of Kyrgyzstan. Watch and listen to recordings of Kyrgyzstani music. In the process, learn about this country's rich musical history and the fascinating array of instruments and traditions that it incorporates. This DVD-ROM is part of the "Global Voices Comprehensive" series, created and distributed by Indiana University's Inner Asian Uralic National Resource Center.

Music and Culture of Azerbaijan

The Music and Culture of Azerbaijan, created by Aida Huseynova, is an interactive DVD-ROM highlighting the music and culture of Azerbaijan. Watch and listen to recordings of Azerbaijani music. In the process, learn about this country's rich musical history and the fascinating array of instruments and traditions that it incorporates. This DVD-ROM is part of the "Global Voices Comprehensive" series, created and distributed by Indiana University's Inner Asian Uralic National Resource Center.

Romani Tales

The DVD-ROM "Romani Tales"--produced by the University of Manchester's Romani Project--aims to promote awareness of Romani culture and its diverstiy across the communities of Roms, Gypsies and Travellers in the UK and across Europe. Young people are invited to follow ther narratives of Romani people from ten different countries who share with us their thoughts about work, school, marriage, and traditions. They can listen to people's attitudes to Romani people and are prompted to reflect on their own attitudes.

Post No Bills: Contemporary Polish Posters

The catalog for the Polish Museum of America's exhibition, "Post No Bills: Contemporary Polish Posters," which was on display from April 16th, 2010 to May 16th, 2010. The Polish Museum described the exhibit thuslu, "A Colorful and intriguing poster exhibition by very talented and accomplished students and faculty from The Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow and Katowice, Poland. Polish poster art has long enjoyed world-wide prestige for its exceptional originality."

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