Dana Powell is MOST Visiting Associate Professor in the Center for International Indigenous Affairs. Powell is a cultural anthropologist, with teaching and research focus on Indigenous Peoples, environmental justice, energy ethics, land rights, and relationships with the environment. For more on her projects, please see: www.danapowell.net
Every Thursday welcome to Tea & Talk. Look for Prof. Powell’s graduate level course in the Spring 2022 semester: “Environmental Justice,” offered by CIS and CES.
“Whether you would like to practice English, chat about classes, discuss research, or learn about studying abroad in the U.S., please feel free to come by my office for a casual exchange. I look forward to chatting with students to learn more about NDHU, Hualien, and Taiwan. All students are welcome.”
Location: CIS Building A, 4th Floor, Office A438
Time: Thursday afternoon: 14:30-16:30