Students in the African Humanities course at Santa Fe College reflect on the African Art Collection at the Harn Museum
Sarah Cervone is an Assistant Professor of Humanities at Santa Fe College in Gainesville, Florida. Her previous research addressed the social and cultural impacts of tourism-based economic development policies and programs in an agricultural Berber community in the High Atlas Mountains of Morocco. She recently designed, developed and implemented two USDA-funded local food initiatives to increase resident participation in the local food economy and expand farmers market development in East Alachua County. Her current interests are centered on Agricultural Humanities and international contributions to Florida Folk Life, and she is currently working with her students to produce ‘Africa in your Garden’ and ‘Africa on your Farm’ infographics for public education. When she is not teaching in the classroom, she can be found at the Union Street Farmers market or working with livestock on her small ranch in Hawthorne, Florida.
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