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Open Classroom – "Ancestors, Orishas, and Ocean Conservation: The Rhetoric of (Mami) Water in Afro Diasporic Environmentalist Education in Florida”

Open Classroom – "Ancestors, Orishas, and Ocean Conservation: The Rhetoric of (Mami) Water in Afro Diasporic Environmentalist Education in Florida” In-Person

Within this Open Classroom experience, connections between African Diasporic Religions and environmentalism, specifically ocean conservation, are derived and analyzed in order to further understand the importance of natural elements and forces of nature within various religions, and why climate change threatens these connections.  

Hosted by Andrea Nevins Ph.D., M.F.A.

Featured speakers: Drs. Charlene Désir and Rachel PantonDésir - Professor, Abraham S. Fischler College of Education and School of Criminal Justice, Panton - Assistant Professor, Department of Communications, Media, and the Arts, HCAS

The Open Classroom series is a collaboration between the Farquhar Honors College and the Alvin Sherman Library.

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Click on Begin Registration below to register for in-person attendance.

Related LibGuide: Adolfo and Marisela Cotilla Gallery by Jamie Segno

Date:
Tuesday, October 11, 2022
Time:
12:30pm - 1:30pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Location:
Alvin Sherman Library: Second Floor, Cotilla Gallery
Series:
Open Classroom
Audience:
  Academic     Adult     General Public  
Categories:
  Adult     Discussion / Lecture     Events     In-Person     Online / Virtual     Speaker  
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Lilly Valiente

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