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Race and Indigeneity in Latin America

2017 - 18 Teaching Schedule

Charles Pigott (CP); Françoise Barbira-Freedman (FB); Laurie Denyer Willis (LDW); Mónica ​Moreno Figueroa (MMF); Maria Moreno Parra (MMP); Gisela Carlos Fregoso (GCF); Alanna Cant (AC)

Refer to the Key Issues and Texts for topics and readings for each seminar.

Michaelmas Term Seminars

Wednesdays, 14:00-16:00, Alison Richard Building

     

18 October

Room 204, ARB 1: Introduction to critical race theory in Latin Americas (LDW
25 October Room 204, ARB 2: Indigeneity and multilingualism in Latin America (CP)
1 November Room 204, ARB 3: The anthropology of literature in Latin America (CP)
8 November - to be rescheduled Room 204, ARB 4: Shamanism, mimesis and alterity: spaces of transformation and blurred identities in Latin American popular culture (FBF)
15 November  Room 204, ARB 5: Race, space and place: urban governance and biopolitics (LDW)

Lent Term Seminars

Wednesdays, 14:00-16:00, Alison Richard Building

24 January Room 204, ARB 6: Race and gender in Brazil: Bus 174 (LDW)
31 January Room 204, ARB 7: Mestizaje and the everyday life of racism (MMF)
7 February Room 204, ARB 8: Race, gender and education in a mestizo context (MMP & GCF)
14 February Room 204, ARB 9: Art and the making of indigeneity in Mexico (AC)
21 February Room 204, ARB 10: Growing up 'indigenous' in Amazonia and the Andes in the 21st century: policies of biculturalism, ontologies of difference (FBF)