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Coffee with Marco Curatola

HIA will cover all drinks and desserts. Open to all students, undergrads and grad students.
When Oct 03, 2013
from 03:00 PM to 04:00 PM
Where Ciocolat Restaurant (3rd and B)
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Marco is a lively scholar, who recently taught as a Tinker Professor at the University of Chicago. His English is excellent--but he's happy to speak in Italian or Spanish as well.  He is an anthropologist-historian-ethnohistorian who has published widely. For example, he recently edited an important volume rethinking the Quipu (the Inca knotted mnemonic device). 

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