Professor of Theatre Craig Latrell, right, and Mohammed Ajrinija, project manager High Atlas Foundation in the village of Anfli, Morocco

Craig Latrell, Professor of Theatre and Upson Chair of Public Discourse, visited several Moroccan villages in January 2024 with officers of the High Atlas Foundation to observe ongoing post-earthquake reconstruction sites.

Latrell plans to work with the Foundation on sustainable tourism and traditional village dance and music during his sabbatical next year.  He has been preparing this project for the past year with support from the dean of faculty.

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