"Life is a Camino"
COLL 300 experiences join students with people, places, and ideas that lift them out of their familiar surroundings and deepen the way they see themselves in the world. Visitors that come to W&M as part of the COLL 300 on-campus experience aim to "bring the world to W&M." They do this in many ways; through classroom visits, workshops, and small-group gatherings as well as through a large presentation open to the entire W&M community.
The links below include videos of our visitors' presentations.
"The Association for the Study of the Worldwide African Diaspora"
"Spiritual Migration in Indonesia"
"Preserving Memory, Fostering Peace"
"Rites & Rights: Ceremonies for Justice"
"Plurality in Afro-Brazilian Spirituality"
micha cárdenas PhD, has been using technology for art and social justice for over a decade.
Bernedette Muthien is an activist, poet, and educator.
Fredy Peccerelli is director of the Guatemalan Forensic Anthropology Foundation.
"Planting the Seed: A Passion for a Sustainable Existence"
"In the Canoe: Intersections in Space, Time, and Becoming"
"Sustainability, Our Built Environment, and Our Culture"
"Confronting Sexual Violence in Native America"
"Yoruba Religion at the Crossroads"
"Me Hijra, Me Laxmi: Trans Activism and Performance"
"Inclusion and the University: Conversations with Students from Freedom University"
"African Jamaican Disruptions and Routes to Freedom"
"Resistance, Activism, and Protest: Time for a Rebirth!"
"We Are Created from This Land: Indigenous Views on Place, Spirituality, and Wellness"
"Disease Surveillance for Global Child Health"
"Unlocking the Cage: Animal Well-being, Personhood, and the Law"
"An Innocent Gesture"