A Stamp on the Seafloor/Un Sello en el Fondo del Mar
Maxwell Hall , 204
The Anthropology presents: A Stamp on the Seafloor/Un Sello en el Fondo del Mar
This talk will discuss, Ruben Santana's death in a spearfishing accident off the coast of Monte Cristi, Dominican Republic. This short ethnographic film chronicles his life and the events of his death through the voices of his colleagues, for whom Ruben was deeply loved.
About the speaker:
Kyrstin Mallon-Andrews, Assistant Professor, Department of Anthropology, Syracuse University
Kyrstin Mallon Andrews is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Syracuse University. Her work explores shifting ocean ecosystems, environmental politics, and experiences of health among spearfishermen in the Dominican Republic.
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