Great presentation by Ashli Akins (Interdisciplinary Studies Graduate Program)

Thank you everyone who joined us to discuss the market’s contradictions impact on the oral and woven history of Peruvian andean communities.

Ashli’s research project joins rigorous academic work with on-the-ground commitment to help the most vulnerable communities in the region. Her talk was an inspiration for all those concerned with using academia to understand and improve the world in whatever way.

We had a very productive talk thanks to the interventions of faculty, students, and  non-academic participants.

A few photos from yesterday

 

Join us Wednesday, February 15th for a talk by Sara Ortiz (School of Community and Regional Planning) [SCARP] about her work in Cali, Colombia rethinking and designing urban spaces from a feminist perspective!

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