Thursday, March 12, 2015

NKU Anthro Students to Speak about Belize at Baker-Hunt: March 16th

You Better Belize It!

NKU Anthropology students, Gabriella Locke and Nicholas Thaxton, to speak about their experience in Belize as part of Professor Doug Hume's Ethnographic Field School.

2014 NKU students in Belize

Listen to Gabriella and Nicholas  tell their tale of exploring the local cultures of northern Belize's sugar cane farming communities through ethnographic interviews. Locke and Thaxton will show the audience the importance of every day sugar we take for granted.

Sugarcane farming in Belize


When: Monday, March 16th, 2015
Time: 6:00 to 7:00 pm
Where: Baker-Hunt Art & Cultural Center (Covington, KY)
Cost: Students are free with valid ID (1 ticket per student)
--General admission: $6 -- follow the link below to purchase tickets and/or reserve your space:


 

**Questions or concerns please contact Douglas Hume (humed1@nku.edu)






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