3-0255 LATIN AMERICA SIN FRONTERAS: RECONCEPTUALIZING GEOPOLITICAL BOUNDEDNESS AND ANTHROPOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE PRODUCTION
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Reviewed By: Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology
Thursday, November 21, 2013: 8:00 AM-11:45 AM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists
Organizers:  Diane Rachel Garbow (Temple University) and Pilar Margarita Escontrias (Northwestern University)
Chairs:  Diane Rachel Garbow (Temple University)
Discussants:  Lynn M Stephen (University of Oregon) and O Hugo Benavides (Fordham University)
8:00 AM
Reconceptualizing Maya Identity: Diversity Through Archaeology
Rebecca Ann Friedel (University of Texas at San Antonio)
9:15 AM
Discussant
Lynn M Stephen (University of Oregon)
9:30 AM
Discussion
9:45 AM
Break
10:45 AM
“Naturally Born and Bred to serve”: Toward An Archaeology of Race-Making in the Colonial Andes
Pilar Margarita Escontrias (Northwestern University) and Douglas Smit (University of Illinois at Chicago)
11:00 AM
11:15 AM
Discussant
O Hugo Benavides (Fordham University)
11:30 AM
Discussion