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Alice Apley

Alice Apley

Alice is an anthropologist and filmmaker who studied anthropological representations of the Kalahari Bushmen (including the Ju/'hoansi) as part of her graduate studies at NYU. Remembering John Marshall which premiered at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston as part of a tribute to John Marshall, is Alice's first film. Subsequent video work includes a series of museum project profiles for the Institute for Museum and Library Services and a film about the medical researcher, David Hamilton Smith, who developed the first vaccine effective against spinal meningitis.

Films Available at DER
Remembering John Marshall

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