Special thanks to Aditi Nath Sarkar for his contributions from long-term fieldwork in Naya Village.
Special thanks to the National Museum of Ethnology in Lisbon, Portugal for their involvement with the exhibit, open from 5 July 2007 through 6 January 2008.
Project Management – Dan Schnaidt
Video Editing – Zack Vose
Media Digitization / Video Production — Allynn Wilkinson
Videography – Ákos Östör
Sound Recording – Lina Fruzzetti
The previous iteration of this website was produced by the Academic Media Studio at Wesleyan University, with graphics and coding by Jason Lalor, and design and coding by Anne Loyer.
The current iteration of this website was produced by the Digital Lab at Wesleyan. Design and coding by Emma Freeman.
Brown University President Ruth Simmons for support and partial funding of the Singing Pictures project
The Solomon Research Fund
Katherine Grimaldi, Marjorie Sugrue, and Mathilde d’Andrade of the Anthropology Department
Patrick Molitonis for life history summaries and editing
Wesleyan University President Douglas Bennet for support and partial funding of the Singing Pictures project
Faculty Grants in Support of Scholarship
Zack Potter-Vose for audio and video editing
Donna Rak of the Anthropology Department
Anne Loyer, Dan Schnaidt and Allynn Wilkinson of Information Technology Services for web design and digital scanning
Smti Aditi Sen for translations
Sri Subodh Ghar for transcriptions
Sri Tarun Mitra and Sri Subir Sarkar of the American Institute of Indian Studies