Conversation: Cydney K. Seigerman

Arts Collaborative Conversation: Cydney K. Seigerman
Friday, February 9 at noon
Lamar Dodd Building Room S360

How can performance arts and sciences contribute to more holistic understandings of human-water relations?

Join Cydney K. Seigerman for a conversation about their field research in Brazil that incorporates community-based theatre techniques to better understand local water struggles. Seigerman is a doctoral student in Anthropology and Integrative Conservation exploring how socionatural processes shape and are shaped by the lived experience of water insecurity.

Hosted by the Arts Collaborative student organization.


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