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Professor Debra Hess-Norris with her students

ARTC Chair and Professor Debra Hess Norris teaching a workshop in photograph preservation for cultural heritage professionals and advanced students in Cape Town, South Africa.

In spring 2018, the Issues in Global Studies course will focus on “Sustainable Futures” to bring to the forefront a dialogue around how to meet our present needs without compromising the welfare of future generations. In this course, sustainability will be understood in its broadest sense to include considerations of the distribution of wealth and resources, as well as environmental renewability, all within the contexts of nationality and ethnicity, race and social class, and gender and sexuality.   

Chair and Professor of Photograph Conservation of UD’s Art Conservation Department, Debra Hess-Norris, will be presenting on February 12. Her talk is titled, Sustaining & Preserving Our Photographic Heritage: Here, There & Everywhere.

All the lectures in this course are free and open to the public. Students can register for this one-credit pass/fail course under ARSC300. 

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This course will feature a wide-range of presentations from faculty across the University around ideas of sustainability. All presentations are free and open to the public.

This course will feature a wide-range of presentations from faculty across the University around ideas of sustainability. All presentations are free and open to the public. 

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