Association of Latina and Latino Anthropologists

love parade IV. Image courtesy Wikimedia Commons

I’ll never forget my first impressions of what anthropology really looked like after attending my first AAA meeting. This must…More

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Council Meeting in Triunfo de la Cruz. Photo by Christopher Loperena

In Honduras Garifuna inclusion within emergent tourism developments is predicated upon embodying a particular version of state-sanctioned cultural alterity, one…More

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A Reflection on an ALLA Mission Statement (The views expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily…More

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The AAA’s Public Education Initiative Over the past two years we have been aggressively planning the new Public Education Initiative (PEI)…More

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"Women and the Virgin of the Waters of Kimsacocha" Photograph Courtesy of Kléver Calle

On December 12, 2009, a few hundred dairy farmers and their allies gathered around Father Ramiro as he led a…More

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Anti-Immigration Legislation Protest in Tucson, Arizona, 2009

How Anthropology Databases Erase Latin@ Anthropologists with a Few Keystrokes, or the Lack Thereof Sometimes, it is the little things…More

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Typical "yardero" worksite. Chicago, Illinois.

Having experienced my first AAA annual meeting held at my ethnographic site of Chicago, I emerged with these questions: what…More

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