2-0110
CHALLENGING CHILE’S DOMINANT PARADIGMS: VOICES OF STRUGGLE, DEFIANCE, AND ALTERITY
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Reviewed By: Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology
Wednesday, December 3, 2014: 12:00 PM-1:45 PM

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This session would be of particular interest to:
Practicing and Applied Anthropologists, Students
Organizers:  Anton T Daughters (Truman State University)
Chairs:  Megan A Sheehan (University of Arizona)
12:00 PM
Race, ethnicity, and flexible work regimes: Mapuche temporeros
Jelena Radovic Fanta (Santa Clara University)
12:15 PM
Alternative Economies: Reciprocity and Common Property Regimes in Rural Chile
William L Alexander (University of North Carolina Wilmington) and Anton T Daughters (Truman State University)
12:30 PM
Features of Modernity in an Indigenous Community of ChiloƩ, Southern Chile
Giovanna Bacchiddu (Pontificia Universidad Catolica, Chile)
12:45 PM
Sename: State Management of Street Children in Santiago, Chile
Guadalupe Salazar (San Jose State University)
1:00 PM
Reading Stencil Street Art in Chile
Michael D Adair-Kriz (Virginia Commonwealth University)
1:15 PM
Tracing Terror: Silences, Lacunae, and Dissonance in Women’s Memories of the Chilean Dictatorship
Cari Tusing (University of Arizona and Universidad Nacional de La Plata)