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Andrés Triana Solórzano

Andrés is a joint concentrator in Social Anthropology and Environmental Science & Public Policy with a secondary in Ethnicity, Migration & Rights at Harvard University. He is primarily interested in Indigenous resurgence and revitalization of environmental knowledge across what is now referred to as Latin America and the Caribbean. Starting in the Fall, he will be at Yale University pursuing a combined Ph.D. in Social Anthropology and Environmental Studies. 

Study of Hibiscus Plants by Adolf Senff

Plant of the Month: Hibiscus

Nearly synonymous with the global tropics and subtropics, hibiscus symbolizes the Caribbean’s transnational past, present, and future.