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Amazonian Culture and Community Partnership Program 2014 (Napo, Ecuador)
Transcript of Amazonian Culture and Community Partnership Program 2014 (Napo, Ecuador)
AMAZONIAN CULTURE AND COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIP
NAPO PROVINCE, ECUADOR
JUNE 29 - JULY 29 2014
ANT4337 Peoples & Culture of Amazonia ANT4907 Directed Independent Study:
SPN4540 Regional Cultural Studies: Sustainability and Globalization
in Applied Spanish
Sapo Rumi Cultural Center
The People and the Landscape
Grandmother Jacinta teaches us about the old ways
Contact Students Who Went
on the Program!
and Food Systems
Writeup about the program
in FSU Alumni Magazine
Student Samantha Wood Presents About Our Research on Wayusa Tea at the FSU Undergraduate Research Symposium!
Online Review of the Book
Napo Runa People
Sapo Rumi is An
Amazonian Kichwa Community
Named after the Sapo Rumi
Almost 60% of
is Indigenous According
to the 2010 Census.
from Joshua Bennett (Student from 2008)
"Hi! I filmed this during my 2 month stay with the Napo Runa People of the Napo region of Ecuador. This was one of the greatest experiences of my life and surely solidified my desire to do more work like this."
Program creator and director: Michael Uzendoski, Ph.D. contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
The tree of life
Student Punam Gopal's poster presentation on her research on Napo Kichwa Healing Culture (2013).