Kachina Doll Workshop

"Hopi Pueblo (Native American). Kachina Doll (Pahlikmana), late 19th century" by Hopi Artist - Brooklyn Museum. Via Wikimedia Commons - http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Hopi_Pueblo_(Native_American)._Kachina_Doll_(Pahlikmana),_late_19th_century.jpg#mediaviewer/File:Hopi_Pueblo_(Native_American)._Kachina_Doll_(Pahlikmana),_late_19th_century.jpg

Sunday, November 9, 2014 2:00 – 4:00 pm Kachinas are used by the Hopi people of the United States Southwest to portray the spirits that they believe surround them.    In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, participants on this workshop, will learn about the Hopi people and make their own kachina doll. The fee is […] Read more »

Cuba WFU Summer Program

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Wake Forest University’s Cuba summer program is based in the beautiful capital city, Havana. The mixture of urban districts and colonial architecture in Havana provides an ideal setting to capture the rich and diverse culture and art of Cuban society. Among the many exciting places in Havana, are the residential and theater district in Vedado, the financial […] Read more »

Latin America Women Rising


The Latin American and Latino Studies Program, Women’s and Gender Studies, and the Women’s Center are sponsoring a presentation and discussion by Joan M. Caivano and Dr. Jane Marcus-Delgado on women’s issues in Latin America. Ms. Caivano (Interamerican Dialogue) and Dr. Marcus-Delgado (CUNY Staten Island), will discuss their work on women’s issues in Latin America […] Read more »

Disasters with Borders: The Impact of the “Haitian” Earthquake in a Dominican Border Town


The January 12, 2010 earthquake that destroyed Port-au-Prince and its surrounding areas is one of the worst disasters in recent history.  While the earthquake and cholera epidemic’s consequences in Haiti received considerable attention, very little is known about how these disasters impacted communities in the Dominican Republic. Dr. Tess Kulstad, Visiting Assistant Professor of Anthropology, […] Read more »