|Amoral Skill Set, The
How Interpretive Techniques can Manipulate, Appropriate and Deceive
S. Marisol Asselta Castro
Date: September 12, 2017
As interpreters, we are constantly honing an intimately powerful skill set that can be used for “good” (inspiration, education, connection) or “evil” (manipulation, deception, abuse). Join in a lively discussion on the potential dangers behind many of our beloved techniques, with the infamous "Education of Little Tree" controversy as a focus example.
Marisol has been involved in interpretation for over 20 years as a park ranger, nature center coordinator, and tribal museum educator, and has presented globally on multicultural, indigenous, and controversial subject interpretation. She is also the volunteer Interpretation and Outreach Coordinator for Jane Goodall’s Roots & Shoots Latin America & Caribbean.
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