Posts tagged with ‘Harry Walker’

  • The impact of COVID-19 on indigenous communities report cover ENG (1)

    PANEL 11: Emptied landscapes and stranger items

    For the last two decades, anthropological scholarship has proposed that relationality is a central characteristic of Native Amazonian worlds….

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    Session 3: Ambivalent Encounters: Emotions, Memory, Power

    Thematic Session 3: Ambivalent Encounters: Emotions, Memory, Power SALSA XII Sesquiannual Conference – Vienna, 2019 Chair: Jeremy M. Campbell,...

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    Harry Walker: Member-at-Large July 19, 2017-July 18, 2020

    Harry Walker is an Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology at the London School of Economics and Political…

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    Harry Walker: Program Chair of the 11th SALSA Conference

    Harry Walker Academic program chair Eleventh Sesquiannual Conference: Lima, Peru, July 20-23, 2017   See posts tagged Harry Walker...

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    2017 XI Sesquiannual Conference – Lima Peru

    2017 SALSA XI Sesquiannual Conference – Lima, Perú The SALSA XI Sesquiannual Conference was held July 20-23, 2017 at Pontificia Universidad Católica...

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    UNDER A WATCHFUL EYE by H. Walker (2012)

    Under a Watchful Eye: Self, Power, and Intimacy in Amazonia By Harry Walker University of California Press, 2012 What does...

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