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"Themester 2011: Making War, Making Peace" in pictures

Alumnus and former CIA operative Gene Coyle gives his personal reflections of what the feeling was inside the CIA on 9-11

Alumnus and former CIA operative Gene Coyle, who teaches in SPEA, gives his personal reflections of what the feeling was inside the CIA on 9-11
(Photo by Florencia Serra)

Alumnus Eli Flournoy, a 20-veteran of CNN, talks to Julia Fox's Telecommunications class about covering violent events and war zones

Alumnus Eli Flournoy, a 20-veteran of CNN, talks to Julia Fox's Telecommunications class about covering violent events and war zones

Prof. Alvin Rosenfeld leads a seminar on his book, The End of the Holocaust

Prof. Alvin Rosenfeld leads a seminar on his book, The End of the Holocaust
(Photo by Florencia Serra)

Students from the Theatre and Drama Department's production of HAIR create a flash mob at the Sample Gates

Students from the Theatre and Drama Department's production of HAIR create a flash mob at the Sample Gates
(Photo by Florencia Serra)

Prof. Ed Linenthal and photography Yuri Dojc, co-panelists for the War and Memory Symposium

Prof. Ed Linenthal and photography Yuri Dojc, co-panelists for the War and Memory Symposium

Yuri Dojc's photo project The Last Folio, documenting the lives and artifacts that survived the Holocaust, is the inaugural exhibit in the newly renamed Grunwald Gallery of Art

Yuri Dojc's photo project The Last Folio, documenting the lives and artifacts that survived the Holocaust, is in the newly renamed Grunwald Gallery of Art
(Photo by Florencia Serra)

Patrons of IU Cinema's Themester series await the start of The Fog of War

Patrons of IU Cinema's Themester series await the start of "The Fog of War"
(Photo by Florencia Serra)

Panelists discuss the decade since 9-11 at Ten Years Later: Hoosier Muslims Reflect

Panelists discuss the decade since 9-11 at Ten Years Later: Hoosier Muslims Reflect
(Photo by Florencia Serra)

Prof. Shahrani and co-panelists Kevin Jaques and Gardner Bovington at Seeing America Through Foreign Eyes

Prof. Nazif Shahrani, right, and co-panelists Kevin Jaques and Gardner Bovington at "Seeing America Through Foreign Eyes"
(Photo by Florencia Serra)

Chemistry Professor Kate Reck's class, 'The Science of War and Peace,' got a demonstration of the science behind how weapons work

Chemistry Professor Kate Reck's class, "The Science of War and Peace," got a demonstration of the science behind how weapons work

A student-curated

A student-curated "Making War, Making Peace" art show in the IMU Gallery.

Ron Rosenbaum discusses his latest book, Explaining Hitler

Journalist and author Ron Rosenbaum discusses his latest book, Explaining Hitler, with undergraduate student in Prof. Alvin Rosenfeld's Hutton Honors College class called "Anne Frank and Hitler"

Students visit a beam from the destroyed World Trade Center, which was brought to campus as part of the activities marking the 10-year anniversary of 9-11

Students visit a beam from the destroyed World Trade Center, which was brought to campus as part of the activities marking the 10-year anniversary of 9-11
(Photo by Florencia Serra)

In the Grand Hall of the Neal Marshall Black Culture Center, speakers and attendees discuss 'Women, War and Militarism: Reflections on the Ouster of Idi Amin.'

In the Grand Hall of the Neal Marshall Black Culture Center, speakers and attendees discuss "Women, War and Militarism: Reflections on the Ouster of Idi Amin"
(Photo by Florencia Serra)

The IU Art Museum participates in Themester 2011

The IU Art Museum participates in Themester 2011

Oct. 20-21 saw a group of undergraduate students and faculty members engage in a conflict resolution workshop, 'The Side of Peace: Restorative Conflict Resolution in the Israeli-Palestinian Context'

Oct. 20-21 saw a group of undergraduate students and faculty members engage in a conflict resolution workshop, "The Side of Peace: Restorative Conflict Resolution in the Israeli-Palestinian Context"

Students in the International Studies class

Students in the International Studies class "Living Jerusalem," taught by Amy Horowitz, in videoconference session with Mariam Said.

Tim O'Brien, author of

Tim O'Brien, author of "The Things They Carried," discusses his Vietnam War experiences with undergraduate history majors in Prof. John Bodnar's senior seminar, "Memory, Film and America's Wars."

Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright meets with undergraduate students in Political Science Professor Dina Spechler's Themester class.

Former US Secretary of State Madeleine Albright meets with undergraduate students in Political Science Professor Dina Spechler's Themester class.

Marsha McDowell gives a talk on

Marsha McDowell gives a talk on "Piecing Peace Quilts" in conjunction with an exhibit at the Mathers Museum of World Cultures
(Photo by Florencia Serra)

Nancy Sherman, professor of Classical Studies at Georgetown University and author of

Nancy Sherman, professor of Classical Studies at Georgetown University and author of "The Untold War: Inside the Hearts, Minds, and Souls of our Soldiers," spoke with students and local veterans about her research on Nov. 11, Veteran's Day. At right is Prof. Richard Miller

Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Garry Trudeau, creator of

Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Garry Trudeau, creator of "Doonesbury," visited the WFIU studio for an interview during his time in Bloomington. Here he signs copies of his books for the WFIU staff

Participants in the end-of-semester undergraduate conference discuss their Themester-related research topics

Participants in the end-of-semester undergraduate conference discuss their Themester-related research topics
(Photo by Florencia Serra)