June 2nd, 2017

Ethnographic Field School Blog

A sign constructed from the residents of El Milagro thanking USU for their contributions after the recent flooding.

The Anthropology Program at USU is currently involved at a field school in Huanchaco, Peru.  The work of the field school centers around helping a community affected by the recent flooding and a study of Medicinal Herbs.  

We'd love for you to follow along on our adventures and learning this summer.  Please follow our blog at usuinperu.wordpress.com

To find out more about our donation campaign and to donate, please visit https://www.youcaring.com/residentsofhuanchacoperu-782833


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