Natalia Bowdoin, Amnesty International USA Country Specialist for the Central African Republic (CAR), is scheduled to discuss the current humanitarian crisis in the CAR Wednesday, March 12, from 8pm-10pm in Room 170 of University Hall on the Summerville Campus of Georgia Regents University.
This event is sponsored by the Georgia Regents University Department of Political Science and the Anthropology Student Union.
Professor Bowdoin has served the human rights organization, Amnesty International USA, as a Country Specialist on the Central African Republic since 2004. Prior to this she served in the United States Peace Corps in the CAR as a health educator and adult literacy coordinator for three and a half years. Bowdoin is also an Associate Professor at the University of South Carolina Aiken. She holds a Master of Arts in Language, Reading and Culture from the University of Arizona and a Master of Library Science with a specialization in African Studies Librarianship and a Graduate Certificate in African Studies from Indiana University.