Spradley Society Study Abroad Luncheon
- 1:00 PM
Thursday Nov 29, 2012
Carnegie Hall 05
Please join us for a Spradley Society luncheon on Thursday, November 29th. We will have four senior Anthropology majors share their study abroad experiences. The event will be held in Carnegie 05 from 12-1.
Angela Butel’s presentation is entitled,“Social Pluralism and Development in Cameroon.”
Jonathan Gershberg’s presentation is entitled,“Observant participation, and other things you should do while studying abroad.”
Olivia Nichol’s presentation is entitled, “Kulshi Mezzien: Studying Abroad Morocco.”
Madisen Stoler’s presentation is entitled, “The Socialization of Household Maids in Cusco, Peru.”
If any of these presentations are of interest to you, please join us! This program is especially pertinent to sophomores and juniors studying abroad in the future. The study abroad luncheon is open to any major or concentration.
Please contact Danielle Propst at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or concerns.
This event is for: Students, Staff and Faculty
Sponsored By: Anthropology
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