The Wood County Historical Society welcomes Amilcar Challu, from Bowling Green State University’s Department of History, as the guest speaker for the November Tea & Talk Series on November 14th, 2:00-4:00 PM, at the Wood County Historical Center & Museum, 13660 County Home Road, in Bowling Green, Ohio.
The November Tea & Talk Series will discuss how Ohio’s signature system of poor relief compared to relief in Latin America. Come and join in for this global conversation!
Amilcar Challu is a professor and department chair in the History Department at Bowling Green State University. His field of studies includes Latin American history, inequality and human well being (including health & nutrition), and environmental history and environmental humanities.
Reservations & payment are needed by Friday, November 8th by calling 419-352-0967 or visiting woodcountyhistory.org. Admission is $23 for adults and $18 for Wood County Historical Society members. Admission includes tea, light refreshments, and the program. The Museum is handicap accessible.
This program is part of a monthly tea series hosted by the Wood County Historical Society. The November Tea & Talk Series is sponsored by The Lubrizol Corporation. A complete list of teas and other programs can be found at woodcountyhistory.org.
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