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Welcome to our website! Campus Automated Rich Media Archiving (CARMA) is not currently recording new material, but we encourage you to browse our video collection.

We also have a number of resources for recording presentations that you might find useful. Find "Links & Resources" in the sidebar or click here.

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ITS (Information Technology Services)


Sponsoring Unit Classifications

African Studies Center


Center for Afro-American and African Studies


Center for Global Health


Center for Research on Learning and Teaching


CMENAS (Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies)


Division of Kinesiology


Eisenberg Institute


Frankel Center for Judaic Studies


History of Art Department


View Resource The Masquerading Uncanny

"First lecture in the Department of the History of Art's Symposium ""The Experience and Use of Wonder"" (Prof. Strother did not want to be recorded)"

View Resource Divine Surprise: Wonder and Astonishment in Yoruba and Kongo Art

"Robert Farris Thompson's ecture in the Department of the History of Art's Symposium ""The Experience and Use of Wonder"""

View Resource Misremembering the Future: Wonder and the Imaginary Twentieth Century

"Lecture in the Department of the History of Art's Symposium ""The Experience and Use of Wonder"""

View Resource Introduction

"Introduction to the Department of the History of Art's Symposium ""The Experience and Use of Wonder"""

View Resource "The Tinker's Curse: Industry, Artisans, and Tricks of the Trade"

"Lecture in the Department of the History of Art's Symposium ""The Experience and Use of Wonder"""

Institute for the Humanities


View Resource Concerning Contemporary African Art: A Critique and Variations on a Theme

"Atta Kwami comments on contemporary and historical art practice in Africa and beyond in order to share knowledge and understanding of ideas and methods of research relevant to his work. As he...

View Resource South African Photographer Santu Mofokeng in Conversation with Adam Ashforth

"Santu Mofokeng, one of South Africa�s most prominent photographers, began his work as a documentarian of the anti-Apartheid struggle. He eventually decided to leave the field of overly political...

View Resource Post-Modern Opera - Welcome to the 21st Century

The history of opera took a strong left turn with Robert Wilson/Philip Glass' opera Einstein on the Beach. But around that same time Fluxus-related composers such as John Cage and Robert Ashley were...

View Resource Art in the Public Realm - Find it Ann Arbor

"Margaret Parker, Elaine Sims, and Larry Cressman have all been active on the Ann Arbor Public Art Commission, representing the community and the University. Margaret Parker is an artist and a...

View Resource Poetry in Motion: The 100-year History of a Zanzibari Orchestra

"Brown Bag Lectures, Fall 2008: Remaking Heritage"

International Institute


Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research


Medical School Project Team


Office of the Vice President for Research


Physics Department


Provost's Office


Rackham Fellows Office


School of Public Health


SNRE (School of Natural Resources and Environment)


Southeast Asian Studies Department


UMHS (University of Michigan Health System)


University Library


University of Michigan


Web Lecture Archive Project at the University of Michigan