Differing Perspectives


Early in the morning, I rode my bike to Li Ka Shing auditorium to attend The Southern Border course that I am taking as part of the Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship Program (FLAS). That day Professor Beatriz Manz was invited to lecture about her anthropological work in Guatemala during the civil war. The lecture shed light on the lives of Guatemalans who were forced to flee during the conflict and the U.S.’s role in supporting a government with a long list of human rights violations.

Sara Green
Publication date: 
December 7, 2015
Publication type: 
Blog Entry