The Harvard Museums of Science & Culture present a screening of
Daughters of Anatolia
Daughters of Anatolia follows a Turkish family of nomadic goat herders as they travel ancient seasonal migration routes with their 350 animals, alternating between winters on the Mediterranean and summers in the Taurus Mountains. Producer/director Halé Sofia Schatz documents a lifestyle in transition—one that has roots in traditions dating to the twelfth century, but that now faces challenges from an increasingly urbanized world. To view the film trailer, click here.
Film screening: 56 minutes. A discussion with the film director will follow.
Free and open to the public.
Contact: Liz Flanagan
Sponsors: Harvard Museums of Science & Culture, Center for Middle Eastern Studies