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Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America

Promoting ethical and sound research on issues related to lowland South America, its peoples and its environment

SALSA Membership
Bennington Papers

To honor the memory of Ken Kensinger, we offer selected issues of two series of publications edited by him.

Salsa conferences

SALSA conferences are among the world’s foremost venues for presenting original research on lowland South America.

PIAC

We encourage public attention and action to address injustices, harmful policies, and human rights violations.

AmaSonic

Meeting-point for accessing links of interest, news and events about sound, spoken word and musical practices in Lowland South America.

Teaching Lowland

Themes and links aimed to provide materials, information and inspiration for teaching Lowland South American anthropology.

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SALSA
SALSA conferences
salsa PIAC
SALSA Conferences
SALSA Conferences
SALSA AmaSonic
SALSA Teaching Lowland
SALSA Tipití
SALSA Home

Promoting ethical and sound research on issues related to lowland South America, its peoples and its environment

SALSA Membership
Bennington Papers

To honor the memory of Ken Kensinger, we offer selected issues of two series of publications edited by him.

Salsa conferences

SALSA conferences are among the world’s foremost venues for presenting original research on lowland South America.

PIAC

We encourage public attention and action to address injustices, harmful policies, and human rights violations.

Scholarship Home

SALSA is an international society, bringing together specialists who live in Latin America, Europe, North America, and elsewhere. In these pages,  you can consult several products from the active scholarship of the SALSA members.

AmaSonic

Meeting-point for accessing links of interest, news and events about sound, spoken word and musical practices in Lowland South America.

Teaching Lowland

Themes and links aimed to provide materials, information and inspiration for teaching Lowland South American anthropology.

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The Society for the Anthropology of Lowland South America is an independent professional association for anthropologists specializing in lowland regions of South America. SALSA’s main goals are to foster sound and ethical research and to promote the education of students and the general public on issues that we study.

SALSA is an international society, bringing together specialists who live in Latin America, Europe, North America, and elsewhere. It seeks to facilitate connections and develop exchanges of information among them, disseminate original scholarship of high quality, and encourage students to learn about and carry out research in this region. SALSA has a voting membership with an elected board of directors, by-laws, and official status as a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation.

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SALSA NEWS

Norm and Sibby Whitten Research Fund 2022 Guidelines
SALSA Publications Committee
Tipití’s new Editor-in-Chief and Associate Editors
Susana Viegas: Incoming Editor of Tipití 2022
¿Cómo 123 comunidades indígenas más alejadas de Loreto y Ucayali lograron crear su propia campaña sobre la importancia de la vacunación contra el COVID19? (8-17-21)
Visiones del coronavirus (8-1-21)
COVID–19: Cuidados de bioseguridad y vacunación en las comunidades indígenas (7-13-21)
Vacunación indígena en riesgo por falta de información adecuada en las comunidades (7-12-21)
‘Best a human can be’: indigenous Amazonian Karapiru dies of Covid (7-30-21)
Comunidades rechazan vacunas por falta de información adecuada (7-21-21)
Comunidad asháninka Cushiviani afectada por COVID, alerta Chiricente (7-3-21)
This Indigenous man survived a 10-year Amazonian odyssey—but not COVID-19 (7-29-21)
Perú: vacunación indígena avanza y temores se alejan (7-7-21)
DE SANGRE MEZCLADA, by P. Gow (2021)
Dinamicas migratórias nas cidades amazônicas em tempos de Covid-19: entrevista com o professor Dr. Sidney Antônio da Silva (PPGAS-UFAM) (06-25-21)
SALSA Statement Against Brazil’s Proposed Law #490/2007 (6-27-21)
Banks increased deforestation-linked investments by $8B during Covid-19: report (6-15-21)
Experiencing Covid-19 in the Ecuadorian Amazon rainforest (4-1-21)
Winners of the Norm and Sibby Whitten Publication Subvention 2020
Study: Brazil government undercounts Indigenous deaths from COVID-19 by half (5-18-21)
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