Cultural Anthropology

Cultural Anthropology is the study of people and cultures all around the world in the past and today. How did people live a few decades ago, or even thousands of years ago? And how have societies and cultures changed over time? Join me to learn about some of the fascinating and interesting cultures around the world and why they live the way they do.

Presenter: Tavie Keo
Dates: Mondays & Wednesdays, Nov 9, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30 and December 2, 7, 9, 14, 16
Time: 3:00 pm Pacific Time

Tavie Keo

I graduated from Western Washington University with my Bachelor’s degree in Cultural Anthropology. I was formerly an officer for the Western Washington chapter of Amnesty International, and a committee member of the Bellingham Human Rights Film Festival and I am a huge advocate for human rights and social justice. I was a teacher’s assistant for an Introduction to Cultural Anthropology course in college, and I love learning about people in different cultures and societies and being able to share experiences with others. On my free time I like to paint, take pictures with my film camera, play video games, and listen to music.

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