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HORIZONS

November 13, 2012

In this episode of Horizons, we'll take a look at the traveling exhibit that sheds light on the contraversies surrounding the 1936 Olympics, Chris Moore takes a look at the works of photographer Charles Martin and we have a discussion with Kenya C. Dworkin, Professor of Hispanic Studies at Carnegie Mellon University.


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In this episode of Horizons, we'll take a look at the traveling exhibit that sheds light on the contraversies surrounding the 1936 Olympics, Chris Moore takes a look at the works of photographer Charles Martin and we have a discussion with Kenya C. Dworkin, Professor of Hispanic Studies at Carnegie Mellon University.


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