Time: 4:00pm - 5:30pm CDT October 2, 2013
Location: Campbell Student Union Auditorium
Penny Seymoure, associate professor of psychology and neuroscience at Carthage, will talk about how brief travel encounters allow us to meet and learn about peoples from Hispanic and indigenous cultures that are outside of the United States. Her talk will focus on the short- and long-term effects on ourselves and “the other” that tourism has in several South American countries and in Cuba.
This is the third event in a week-long Hispanic Heritage Celebration hosted by Multicultural Affairs in collaboration with Carthage faculty and staff.