Friday April 11th, 2003 noon, CITS trailer.
Professor Susan Stonich from the Department of Anthropology will give a talk titled:
Dr. Stonich studies focus on the effects of economic development on human societies and the natural environment in Central America. Her projects have concentrated on the consequences of nontraditional export growth along the Pacific Coast and also the effects on human health and nutrition associated with intensified tourism development. Her studies also focus on the radialization of local groups around environmental issues and the emergence of grass-roots environmental movements of the poor.
Location: The Collaborative Technologies Laboratory (CTL) formerly known as the Digital Classroom - Trailer 932, directly East of Davidson Library. For a map and description see http://www.cits.ucsb.edu/site/classroom.html)
Date/Time: Friday April 11th, 2003 at Noon
All are welcome.
Feel free to bring your lunch.
The talk and audience comments will be made available later in streaming form at the CITS web site http://www.cits.ucsb.edu. This talk is part of the CITS Friday Brown Bag Symposia on Information Technology and Society. http://www.cits.ucsb.edu/site/events.html
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