Kathleen M. Millar talks about her award-winning ethnography of catadores in Jardim Gramacho, Brazil.
Research projects at Ecuador’s Universidad San Francisco de Quito offer lessons for a collaborative anthropology that fosters connections among anthropological subfields.
On November 25, 2019, against a backdrop of anti-Piñera graffiti in Santiago’s Plaza de Armas, some 50 members of the collective Chilean feminist collective, Las Tesis began to chant a rhythm now heard around the world.
The three-day event of dialogues on multispecies entanglements covered topics ranging from cannibalism to Vladimir Nabokov’s interest in butterflies.
What might a letter of complaint to a university truth commission reveal about Brazil’s political climate and the multiple lives of documents?
The Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology (SLACA) is proud to award the 2019 Roseberry-Nash Graduate Student Paper Prize to Daniel Salas of Dalhousie University.