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Title: Latin American and Caribbean Studies Lecture Series: Indigenous Participation and Political Movements: The Case of the Yanomami of the Alto Orinoco, Venezuela
Date: Wed. Mar 24, 2004
Time: 3:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Description: Indigenous Participation and Political Movements: The Case of the Yanomami of the Alto Orinoco, Venezuela Dr. Hortensia Caballero-Arias is a researcher with the Instituto Venezolano de Investigaciones Cientificas, and is the founder of FUNVENA, a non-profit Venezuelan Foundation for Anthropological Research. Her PhD dissertation was based on long-term fieldwork (since 1988) among the Yanomami In addition to her writings on the Yanomami, she has published a monograph on Afro-Venezuelan communities. Location: USF Tampa Library, 4th floor The Anthropology Club will offer a reception after the presentation. Co-sponsor: USF Anthropology Department and Anthropology Club. Contact Jacqueline Messing, Department of Anthropology, 974-0807 This event is part of USF's Latin America and Caribbean Studies Lecture Series for Spring 2004. - - - For more information, visit the LACS Web site at http://web.usf.edu/~lacs/.
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