Browse Exhibits (3 total)
John Archer, Professor Emeritus, Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature, traveled and photographed extensively during his teaching and research career at the University of Minnesota. His collection focuses on “buildings, cities, landscapes, places, and spaces” and includes photographs from sites as diverse as the Doggie Diner in Oakland, California, the Village of Madougou in Mali, and Durbar Square in Pātan, Nepal. Read more about John Archer and browse his collection by geographic location.
Many of the photographs of John Fraser Hart, Professor Emeritus, Department of Geography, Environment & Society, document changes in the rural landscape of the midwestern and southern United States over a period of more than 50 years. Throughout his career, Professor Hart used "case studies of people to try to bring landscapes to life." Read about some of his favorite images from the 1950s and 1960s, or listen to recordings of lectures from the last course he taught at the University of Minnesota before retiring in 2015.
This exhibit showcases photographs of China and Taiwan taken in the 1980s and 1990s by Joseph R. Allen, Professor Emeritus, Department of Asian Languages & Literatures. Read more about Professor Allen's collection and look at a selection of his favorite images which are accompanied by interpretive text.