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Monday, September 19, 2011

Cultural Identity in El Salvador: An Archaeology Lecture by Dr. Fabio Esteban Amador

Dr. Fabio Esteban Amador, Associate Research Professor of Anthropology, George Washington University, and NGS/Waitt Grants Program Officer, National Geographic Society, will present on the history of archaeological research in El Salvador and how it has shaped notions of identity through time. What do people call themselves in the present and how do these definitions shape their future? What is the role of archaeology in creating social awareness and empowering groups that have been invisible and silent in the past? Can we define the identity of the people of El Salvador? Event is in English and open to campus community. {Will appear in FYI on Sep 15, 2011
Start Time:
3:30 PM
End Time:
5:30 PM
Benjamin Banneker B2212
Common Location Name:
Stamp Student Union
Other Contact Information:
Ana Patricia Rodriguez Department of Spanish and Portuguese/SLLC and the Latin American Studies Center (LASC) +1 301 405 2020

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