Academic Year 2013-2014

Event Title

Laguna Manatí: Can ‘Good’ Arise from ‘Bad’ Environmental Changes?

Location

Alvin Sherman Library, Second Floor Gallery

Start Date

19-9-2013 5:00 PM

End Date

19-9-2013 6:00 PM

Disciplines

Film and Media Studies | Latin American Studies

Description

This event will include a screening and discussion of a short documentary film based on research conducted in rural Veracruz, Mexico, by Eileen Smith-Cavros, the late Edward O. Keith, their colleagues, and NSU undergraduate students. The film—in Spanish with English subtitles—explores the complexities of environmental changes, such as local extinction of manatees. Co-directed by Smith-Cavros and sociology major Guadalupe Almanza, the documentary is narrated by Jessica Garcia-Brown, J.D., LL.M., associate professor at the college, and dedicated to Keith, a college faculty member who passed away in September 2012.

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Sep 19th, 5:00 PM Sep 19th, 6:00 PM

Laguna Manatí: Can ‘Good’ Arise from ‘Bad’ Environmental Changes?

Alvin Sherman Library, Second Floor Gallery

This event will include a screening and discussion of a short documentary film based on research conducted in rural Veracruz, Mexico, by Eileen Smith-Cavros, the late Edward O. Keith, their colleagues, and NSU undergraduate students. The film—in Spanish with English subtitles—explores the complexities of environmental changes, such as local extinction of manatees. Co-directed by Smith-Cavros and sociology major Guadalupe Almanza, the documentary is narrated by Jessica Garcia-Brown, J.D., LL.M., associate professor at the college, and dedicated to Keith, a college faculty member who passed away in September 2012.