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JUNE 25-29; JULY 2-6, 2014 LOG SHEET#3 SMITHSONIAN FOLKLIFE FESTIVAL AUDIO/VIDEO LOG SHEET LOGGER/VIDEOGRAPHER: Eugene Townes, Linn Bunch MEMORY CARD NUMBER - TASCAM:_20_ FILE NAME: 86 MEMORY CARD NUMBER - ZOOM H2: 22 FILE NAME: PRESENTER: Briana Colburn_ DATE/TIME: 1:30 June 25, 2014 PROGRAM: STAGE: Boma GROUP NAME: Search for Human Origins REGION/STYLE: [[2 columned table]] | PERFORMER(S) | INSTRUMENT/OCCUPATION | | --- | --- | | Habiba Chirchir | | CONTENTS/NOTES(continue on back): 1. intro speakers 2. Q&A- How do native Kenyans feel about the study of origins & the famous discoveries from their country? Growing appreciation in the past 10-15 years, Before then, people were more concerned w/ day to day life 3. Discussion of researcher's travels 4. about maths. 5. about humms left 6. different technics (over)
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