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‘In the Wild’: Experience a taste of Hispanic Heritage Month

In the Wild, Augusta University’s official podcast, is celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month with a special episode that focuses on the significance of food and language within Hispanic culture. Featuring Christopher Botero, PhD, and Giada Biasetti, PhD, from the Department of English and World Languages, along with passionate students, the episode provides an insightful exploration of the impact of Hispanic traditions on American society.

Through personal stories and anecdotes, this episode also explores how language has not only served as a means of communication but also as a bridge, connecting them to their heritage. These stories underscore the instrumental role language plays in preserving cultural identity.

To end the episode, Biasetti emphasizes the importance of celebrating Hispanic culture during this special month. She shares her experiences with Peruvian food and shows some of her favorite restaurants in the Miami area.

Listen now on your favorite podcast apps!

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