Ethnomusicologists and filmmakers Cassio Nobre and Xavier Vatin, along with director Gabriela Barreto, will join IUB faculty members Maria Hamilton Abegunde and Solimar Otero in conversation about this new documentary examining the impact of linguist Lorenzo Dow Turner's work with Candomblé communities in Bahia, Brazil. Those registered for this event will receive a link to screen the film from November 13-21.
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This program is sponsored by IU Cinema, IU Institute for Advanced Study, Archives of Traditional Music, Black Film Center/Archive, Center for Documentary Research and Practice, Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies, Center for Research on Race and Ethnicity in Society, Center for the Study of Global Change, IU Arts & Humanities Council, IU Libraries, and the departments of African Studies, Anthropology, Folklore and Ethnomusicology, and Religious Studies.