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The "Marcha a Lima" against the Denial of Modern Political Rights: Introduction
Pedro Castillo became President of Peru on July 28th, 2021. His election was incontrovertible: the highlands had overwhelmingly chosen him as their representati... More
Denouncing Racism Addresses the Tip of the Iceberg . . .
"When the berg rolls over, the submerged part of it noisily emerges: its soul appears […]. This kind of event is more intense than any language." Olivier Remau... More
The "Marcha a Lima" against the Denial of Modern Political Rights
Pedro Castillo, a rural school teacher, was sworn in as President of Peru on July 28, 2021; his victory built on solid electoral support from Andean Indigenous ... More
His Name Was Lucio
He joined Daniela’s milking herd as a gift from her friend Lucio, and Daniela named the bull after him. She expected Lucio to impregnate cows when artificial in... More
Rather than discuss the commons, as that which extractivism drains, I propose a neologism as keyword: uncommons, or that which seemingly unstoppable extractivis... More
Open Access: A Collective Ecology for AAA Publishing in the Digital Age
Just over a year ago Cultural Anthropology (CA) went open access. It has been an exhilarating experience, which has seen the journal engage new publics and conv... More
The Politics of Modern Politics Meets Ethnographies of Excess Through Ontological Openings
I want to engage the position paper by Holbraad, Pedersen, and Viveiros de Castro (2013) by bringing to the fore an ethnographic moment that proposed itself as ... More