Posts tagged with ‘SALSA 2019 Panels’

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    PANEL 01: Urban Imaginaries in Native Amazonia

    The powerful allure that big cities have exerted, and continue to exert, over the imaginaries of native Amazonian peoples…

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    PANEL 02: Creating, Transforming, Transmitting

    This panel focuses on creative processes and the semantics fields of formation, reproduction and reconfiguration of life, the world…

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    PANEL 03: Indigenous futures

    This panel considers how indigenous Amazonians imagine, discuss and negotiate the future amidst radical economic and political changes that…

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    PANEL 04: The Chibchan Peoples

    At contact, the Chibchan speaking peoples inhabited a compact zone stretching from southeastern Central America to far northwestern South…

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    PANEL 05: Configuraciones de la violencia y del conflicto en Espacios Periféricos

    La multiplicación de materiales etnográficos sobre nuevas formas de violencia que afectan a poblaciones indígenas en el mundo contemporáneo…

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    PANEL 06: Memorias de violencia, visiones para el futuro

    Dialogar, discutir y reflexionar sobre “Memorias de violencia y post-conflicto” en Amazonia aparece actualmente como un hecho impostergable, un…

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    PANEL 07: Addressing Power Asymmetries

    This panel explores the possibilities and weaknesses of participatory and collaborative approaches in engaging with the continued economic, social…

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    PANEL 08: Cristianismos controvertidos

    El cristianismo se ha vuelto un tema de investigación importante en los estudios sobre las tierras bajas de América…

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    PANEL 09: Gender Reconfigurations in Indigenous Amazonia

    Gender has long been a topic of interest for anthropologists working in lowland South America, particularly in the Amazonian…

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    PANEL 10: Native Objects, World Histories

    During the colonial period, Europeans in the New World collected indigenous material culture to be exhibited in what were…

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    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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    PANEL 12: Indigenous childhoods and environmental transformations

    This panel discusses indigenous children’s understandings of and engagement with the environment in which they grow up and its…

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