Each year, student members of Gallatin’s Albert Gallatin Scholars, Americas Scholars, and Dean’s Honor Society participate in a travel colloquium where they explore a theme related to their destinations. During January Term 2016, AGS explored “Globalization and Contemporary Art” in South Africa, the Americas Scholars explored “Labor, Daily Life, and Creative Expression” in Cuba, and DHS explored “Environment, Ecology, and Human Use” in the Galápagos Islands. This collection is a showcase of students’ artistic and scholarly responses to their experiences.
“Globalization and Contemporary Art” in South Africa
Albert Gallatin Scholars
“Thoughts from a Traveler” by Maame Boatemaa
“ZARzine” by Jenna Brandvold
“A Song She Sang to Me” by Selamawit Gashaw
“Tourists Can be Cool, Too” by A.K.
“Clay in a Season of Drought” by Nyelah Sawyer
“Labor, Daily Life, and Creative Expression” in Cuba
“Eye Contact vs. iContact” by Joosje Duk
“Tourists in Cuba” by Michael Frazier, Jr.
“Color. White Rice…:Fifteen Memories of Cuba” by Rosie Vacanti Gilroy
“The Ambassador form Cuba” by Alex Hanson
“Thresholds to Understanding” by Yael Heiblum
“In Praise of Cuban Food” by Vanessa Karalis
“Good Old 1955” by Orli Major
“Environment, Ecology, and Human Use” in the Galápagos Islands
Deans Honor Society
“Internet Infrastructure in the Galápagos Islands” by Zachary T. Kessel
“Darwins Islands” by Eliza Lambert, Dan Moritz-Rabson and Madeleine Stanley
“In Dialogue with Darwin” by Isabeaux Mitton
“Hearing the Galápagos” by Anna Waterman