Tag: Nicaragua

Ethnographic Designs for Buen Vivir: Fieldnotes from Nicaragua

Alex Nading , May 29th, 2018

Co-Authored by Alex Nading, Josh Fisher, and Chantelle Falconer What does it mean to find value in urban ecologies? This question sparked our collaborative research in Ciudad Sandino,…


In Memory of Manuel Noriega, Looking Back after 27 Years

Maximilian C. Forte , May 30th, 2017

With the passing of Manuel Noriega, I looked back 27 years to something I wrote for Excalibur, the York University newspaper. I was surprised to see how much…


The Land of Lakes and Volcanoes . . . and a Canal

Elyse Bailey , May 17th, 2016

Anthropology and Nicaragua’s Interoceanic Canal The cab driver sized me (M. Petriello) up, “¿A dónde nos vamos?” (Where are we going?) he asked, assessing the fee and my…

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The Nicaraguan Interoceanic Canal and Heritage Protection

Elyse Bailey , May 17th, 2016

Why consultations with Indigenous communities matter The construction of the Nicaragua Interoceanic Grand Canal has garnered only a sporadic interest in the news media, one that does not…

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