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"Interspecies Resistance and Re-Existence in Hispanic AgriCultures Facing Genetically Engineered Crops"

by Kata Beilin and Sainath Suryanarayanan

Event Details

Date
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Time
12-1 p.m.
Location
206, , Ingraham Hall
Description
Based on multidisciplinary archives as well as field research and interviews, this project focuses on the intertwined nature of the movements of resistance by people and plants struggling against genetically engineered (GE) monocultures in the Hispanic World (Argentina, Paraguay, Mexico), that we provocatively conceptualize as interspecies resistance.
Cost
Free

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