Anthropology Graduate Research Talk
Come and find out what Temple's graduate students are doing!
How does the drug trade affect indigenous communities?
Please join UAA as we hear from Cultural Anthropology Ph.D. student Autumn Zellers about her research on drug trafficking and indigenous peoples. The global narcotics trade has directly impacted these groups, and this interplay is the subject of Autumn's doctoral studies here at Temple.
The talk will begin at 4:00 pm on Monday, November 16th, and she will speak for about 15 minutes, which will be followed by a Q&A session.
"The Drug Trade and Indigenous Communities", an informal talk with Temple doctoral candidate Autumn Zellers.
Monday, Nov. 16th, 4pm
Room 213, Gladfelter Hall (The Physical Anthropology Lab)
Undergraduate Anthropology Association
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