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Drew University Participatory Archive (DUPA) via Internet Archive

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The Drew University Participatory Archive (DUPA) is a digital humanities project with the mission of growing a decentralized grassroots digital collection of both original and archival media through the direct contributions of students, faculty, staff, archivists, librarians, and the broader Drew community.  Access is provided by Internet Archive.  Content includes audio works from Dr. Jeremy Blatter, Assistant Professor of Media and Communications at Drew University, Dr. Andrew Salvati, adjunct professor of Media Studies at Drew University, students from Media and Communications courses at Drew, and an audio recording of a speech given at Drew University by Indira Gandhi on April 26, 1962.

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