The Sound of the Sea: Seashells and the Fate of the Oceans

About the Event

The allure of seashells is primal. Today, as in the past, seashells provide an immediately recognizable link to the ocean. Examine the ancient human fascination with seashells, their history as currency, their use as religious and luxury objects, and what they reveal about Earth’s changing climate. 

Presented by Cynthia Barnett, Author, Senior Lecturer, and Environmental Journalist in Residence, University of Florida

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This presentation is supported in part by a grant from Florida Humanities.  
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Event Details

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Dr. Zack Jud, Director of Education
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