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President Florvil Hyppolite

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Hector Hyppolite was born in 1894 in Saint Marc and died of a heart attack in 1948 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Hyppolite was not only a talented artist, he was also a vodou priest (hougan), housekeeper, and decorator(1). Over 200 artworks by Hyppolite…

Danbala Wedo

Dandbala Wedo
Georgia Gump
Art 265
Professor Ellen Hoobler
3-April-2016

Clotaire Bazile’s Vodou Flags

Exploration of Haiti and their religion of Vodou uncovers an extraordinary amount of artistic objects, from paintings to punched metal, done in…

Article about Prof. Funke's letter to the author

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—— By John Reynolds —— IN SUNDAY'S Iowa news I section of The Cedar Rap- ids Gazette we did a story on SUI Professor Erich Funke's "Translingua Script", a sys- tern of numbers based, on the decimal systerm by which…

Article from The Daily Iowan

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New System Eases Translation by John Bleakly With the use of a numerical code, an SUI student with no knowledge of Indonesian or another foreign language can translate a coded paragraph of that language into English in four…

300-18.203-8-8.301x! (look ma, no words)

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An article in the July issue of Women's Day about Translingua titled "300-18.203-8-8.301x!"

Translingua Text on board #2

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A photograph or Translingua and equivalent language text on a chalkboard with Erich Funke standing beside from Erich Funke Collection, box 2

Funding Letter

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Notice of funding allocated for "Translingua Dictionary"

Translingua Text on board #1

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A photograph or Translingua and equivalent language text on a chalkboard with Erich Funke standing beside from Erich Funke Collection, box 1

Erich Funke Data Sheet

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Data Sheet about Professor Erich Funke from Erich Funke collection, Box 1

Erich Funke Photo

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Photograph of Professor Erich Funke from data sheet in Erich Funke collection, Box 1