Tag: Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology

Feminist Hopes for Chile’s Future

Chelsea Horton , March 5th, 2021


Two million Chileans marched for gender equality and democratic reform on International Women’s Day 2020. With the writing of a new constitution now on the horizon, feminist activists…


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The Chilean Estallido, Plebiscite 2020, and Legacies of Truth-Telling

Joseph Feldman , July 15th, 2020


On November 25, 2019, Chilean feminist collective, Las Tesis, gathered in Santiago’s Plaza de Armas. Against a backdrop of anti-Piñera graffiti painted on government buildings, museums, and Catholic…


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Part II: SLACA welcomes Linda J. Seligmann, the new editor for the Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology (JLACA)

Melisa Riviere , December 8th, 2015


Dr. Linda J. Seligmann, the new editor for the Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology (JLACA) SLACA’s AN section editor, Melisa Rivière, took the opportunity to interview…


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White Collar Crime in Trinidad

jenmsimpson , May 22nd, 2015


In Trinidad and Tobago corruption has many faces. From the everyday ‘bobol’ of getting into a carnival band or making bureaucracy more efficient to more corporate forms like…


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