Andrés García Molina

Andrés García Molina is a PhD candidate in ethnomusicology at Columbia University. His research is on sound, labor, and media in contemporary Cuba, and has been funded by the Mellon Foundation and the Social Science Research Council.

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Correspondence

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Correspondence

Intellectual currents such as actor-network theory, environmental philosophy, speculative realism, and new (or neo-)materialism have challenged common-sense und... More

Sound as Strategy: An Interview with Laura Kunreuther

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Sound as Strategy: An Interview with Laura Kunreuther

Sean Furmage and Andrés García Molina: Could you talk a little about how you decided to include sounds in your article? Laura Kunreuther: I wanted to think abou... More

Proficiency

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Proficiency

When it comes to the study of practice, one of the main challenges for ethnographers is often the question of their own proficiency. If it is widely regarded a ... More

Election’s Reverb: An Interview with Stefan Helmreich

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Election’s Reverb: An Interview with Stefan Helmreich

Andrés García Molina (AGM) and Julien Cossette (JC): The inaugural Sound + Vision section of Cultural Anthropology appeared in the midst of a long-in-the-making... More

Demanding to Be Seen: An Interview with Lisa Poggiali

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Demanding to Be Seen: An Interview with Lisa Poggiali

Andrés García Molina (AGM) and Franziska Weidle (FW): To begin, could you tell us more about how you developed a working relationship with the Muhimu Mapping Pr... More

Foreclosure Stories: An Interview with Noelle Stout

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Foreclosure Stories: An Interview with Noelle Stout

Andrés García Molina (AGM) and Franziska Weidle (FW): How did you come to research the mortgage crisis? Noelle Stout (NS): Foreclosure stories started circulati... More

On Citizenfour: A Conversation with Bernard Harcourt

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On Citizenfour: A Conversation with Bernard Harcourt

Laura Poitras’s 2014 documentary film Citizenfour portrays Edward Snowden and the whistleblowing operation that exposed surveillance practices within the Nati... More

Teaching Anthropology Electric

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Teaching Anthropology Electric

I sing the body electric,The armies of those I love engirth me and I engirth them,They will not let me off till I go with them, respond to them,And discorrupt t... More

Electric Potentials: An Interview with Gökçe Günel

Electric Potentials: An Interview with Gökçe Günel

Andrés García Molina: As a matter of introduction, could you describe the projects you are working on and how they relate to the general topic of an “anthropolo... More