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The Last Turtlemen of the Caribbean: Labor, Conservation, and Boundary Making from the Cayman Islands to Key West with Dr. Sharika Crawford

Tropic Cinema 416 Eaton St, Key West, Florida

The Key West Art & Historical Society is hosting Dr. Sharika D. Crawford for a special lecture related to the exhibition, "Bahama Village: Relics of a Fading Community". Dr. Crawford will discuss the entangled histories of peoples and commodities that circulated across the greater Caribbean, which connected places like Key West to the Cayman Islands and further south toward Nicaragua and Costa Rica. The story of the humble turtle and

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