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.
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.
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)
Remembrance of PETER GOW (1958-2021)
TIME AND ITS OBJECT, ed. by P. Fortis & S. Küchler (2021)
SALSA XIII Biennial Conference – Films
SALSA XIII Biennial Conference – Posters
SALSA XIII Biennial Conference – Artistic Works
Over 20 countries found weakening environmental protection during pandemic (3-11-21)
Indígenas invocan solidaridad para resistir pandemia de COVID-19 (4-1-21)
SALSA XIII Biennial Conference – Registration
Conversations in the Lobby 2021
SALSA XIII Biennial Conference – Instructions for Organizers and Presenters
SALSA XIII Biennial Conference – Panels and Workshops
SALSA XIII Biennial Conference – Special Roundtable
HISTÓRIAS INDÍGENAS orgs. Mattos, Cramaussel, Moreira & Silva (2020)
In Brazil’s Amazon, fear of COVID-19 vaccine poses challenges (2-12-21)
Covid 19 wreaks havoc among Brazil’s indigenous leaders (2-11-21)
Brazil: The dangers of rolling back social and environmental safeguards for indigenous and forest peoples during COVID-19 (2-19-21)
Indigenous peoples face rise in rights abuses during pandemic, report finds (2-18-21)
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