RSVP: Student Workshop with Lauren Tate Baeza Friday 5/15
Join us at 2pm PST, Friday, May 15, for a webinar workshop on
QUALITATIVE RESEARCH METHODS
What to Do with Data: Conveying Narratives
with Lauren Tate Baeza
Lauren Tate Baeza is an Atlanta-based curator, anthropogeographer, and Africanist with a background in international nongovernmental organizations, history museums, and art museums. Baeza currently serves as Director of Exhibitions at the National Center for Civil and Human Rights and is Curator of the Morehouse College Martin Luther King, Jr. Collection. She holds an MA in African Studies from UCLA and a BA in African and African American Cultural Studies from California State University, Northridge. She has spoken at conferences, universities, and federal departments on a range of cultural and sociopolitical topics related to Africa and the African Diaspora. She has been featured on outlets such as NPR, PBS, Associated Press News, and Atlanta Tribune: The Magazine, which honored her as one of Atlanta's Women of Excellence in 2018.
Drawing on her wealth of experience, Baeza will lead a workshop on the art of ethical and effective storytelling and the research processes that make it possible.
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*Registration for this event will close at 5pm PST Thursday May 14th
Published: Thursday, May 14, 2020