The Connecticut College Anthropology Department, along with other departments across campus will be hosting the Hostile Terrain 94 (HT94) exhibit. This exhibit, created by the Undocumented Migration Project, brings awareness to those who have lost their lives crossing into the United States through the Sonoran Desert with a display of approximately 4,000 toe tags, each representing an individual found in the desert. This paper describes my time working on making the exhibit and its preparations possible in a hybrid format so it can be accessed by students who are studying remotely this fall. My responsibilities included creating digital resources and researching different media regarding migration.
Kuzdzal, Reanna, "Coordinating the HT94 Exhibit at Connecticut College" (2020). Internship Reflection Papers. 1967.
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