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Fulton Faculty Colloquium: Latin American Communities, Nature & Health

Fulton School of Liberal Arts
Conway Hall 152 and Zoom
Tuesday, Nov 2, 2021 at 3:30 PM (ET) to Tuesday, Nov 2, 2021 at 5:00 PM (ET)

Communication with Ourselves and Our Communities 

  • Emily Story, Associate Professor, Chair / History
    • Title: Nation and Nature in Brazilian History
    • Description: The idea of nature has long figured prominently in Brazil’s national identity and policies. Throughout the country’s history, the environment has been a symbol of unrealized potential and an obstacle to its attainment. This presentation explores conceptions of nature and efforts to exploit and tame the environment in Brazilian history.
    • Bio: Dr. Emily Story is Associate Professor and Chair in the Department of History. She researches the environmental and urban history of Brazil and teaches courses in Latin American and world history. She is also co-authoring a book that teaches historical thinking skills through primary sources in Modern Latin American history.
  • Corinne Pubill, Professor of Spanish and Chair of Modern Languages and Intercultural Studies
    • Title: Engaging the Latinx Community During the COVID-19 Pandemic
    • Description: On May 6, 2020, the Lower Shore Vulnerable Populations Task Force (VPTF) was created to find ways to help our community during the coronavirus crisis. The Latinx/Hispanic community, and other diverse groups, looked for strategies to bring culture and language-access awareness to our area in an effort to help our marginalized and underrepresented communities. This presentation will offer a reflection on the work of the VPTF, as well as the involvement of SU students in its community service.
    • Bio: Dr. Corinne Pubill is a Professor of Spanish in the Department of Modern Languages and Intercultural Studies who specializes in Latin American Literature and Culture. She is also the advisor of OLAS, the Organization of Latin American Students.
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