Title

Food, Music, and Language: The Power of Folklore

Presenter Information

Sara Rodriguez

Document Type

Oral Presentation

Location

SURC 271

Start Date

16-5-2013

End Date

16-5-2013

Abstract

This presentation will show how food, music, and language help to create a cultural matrix that is reflected in the tourism industry. I will show how these elements of culture from the perspective of folklore help to establish a sense of national identity as well as individual community pride. My area of focus will be the four regions of Ecuador: the coast, the highlands, the heartland, and the archipelago.

Faculty Mentor(s)

Raymond Hall

Additional Mentoring Department

Anthropology

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Food, Music, and Language: The Power of Folklore

SURC 271

This presentation will show how food, music, and language help to create a cultural matrix that is reflected in the tourism industry. I will show how these elements of culture from the perspective of folklore help to establish a sense of national identity as well as individual community pride. My area of focus will be the four regions of Ecuador: the coast, the highlands, the heartland, and the archipelago.