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Emily Berquist - Bishop Martínez Compañón and the Products of Utopia in Trujillo, Peru

Amid the push for natural history investigations in the late Spanish Empire, one extraordinary man engineered a massive project of scientific research that preserved an unparalleled data set on the plant life, Indian customs, and pre-Hispanic cultures of colonial Trujillo, Peru. Join HIA as we bring Emily Berquist, CSU Long Beach, to campus for this interesting talk.
When May 30, 2014
from 12:10 PM to 01:30 PM
Where 273 Social Science & Humanities Building
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Contact Phone 530-601-0434
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