The Mathers Museum of World Cultures is Indiana University's museum of ethnography, ethnology, and cultural history. Through its collections, exhibits, and programs, the Museum is dedicated to preserving and promoting knowledge of the world’s cultures, past and present. In all of its activities, the Museum strives to further its audiences’ understanding of both the diversity of the world’s specific cultures and the underlying unity of culture as a human phenomenon. This site presents digital exhibitions born out of the museum's programs and drawing upon its collections. The museum's general website provides information on its programs, collections, activities, and research initiatives.
Ojibwe Public Art, Ostrom Private Lives explores both the richness of Ojibwe arts and culture and the extraordinary lives of...