Land and Water Revisited -- film screening and discussion
Thursday, November 12
6:00 p.m. Introduction
6:15 p.m. Watch party
7:15 p.m. Discussion
Free and open to the public. Zoom and film links will be provided upon registration.
The Paterno Fellows Program is pleased to sponsor a film screening and discussion of Land and Water Revisited, a look back at a 1962 movie on the ecological impact of people in the Teotihuacan Valley outside of Mexico City. In 2018, crews returned to the Valley to examine the environmental and cultural changes that occurred over time. More info:
Introduction and follow up discussion led by:
Kirk French, associate teaching professor of anthropology
writer, director, and executive producer
Elijah Hermitt ’18 Anthropology, Paterno Fellow alumnus
producer, editor, and director of photography
Participants who have already seen the film are encouraged to register to join the discussion. It is also possible to gain access to view the film in advance of November 12 when registering for the discussion.
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