Kimberly Berg

State University of New York at Albany
Participates in 1 Session
Kimberly Berg is a Doctoral Candidate in the Department of Anthropology at the State University of New York at Albany. She studies the politics of heritage construction and management, and incorporates themes of minority nationalism into her research on Welsh identity in Wales and Welsh Patagonia. Manuscripts:
(2014). Hidden Heritage: Underlying Ideologies at Three Welsh Heritage Sites. In Practicing Anthropology 36(1): 42-47. Presentations:
(2015May). Welsh Patagonia? Remnants of Colonialist Ideology in Patagonian Tourism Representations. UMass Interdisciplinary Conference, Amherst MA.
(2015April). The Front Line is Everywhere: Internal Colonialism and the Role of Place, Space, and Subjectivity. Latin American and Caribbean Studies Graduate Conference: Decolonization in the 21st Century, UAlbany, Albany NY.
(2015March). Ethnic Collaborators: Using Tourism to Increase Minority Visibility in Chubut Province, Argentina. 75th Annual Meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology, Pittsburgh PA.
(2014Dec). Chubut Valley, Argentina: A Contested Welsh First-place. 113th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Washington D.C.
(2013Nov). Social-Technological Interfaces: A New Direction for Agritourism Destinations. 112th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Chicago IL.
(2013Nov). Heritage and International Relations Through the Cuban Lens: A Potential Future of Tourism Studies. 2013 New England Council of Latin American Studies Conference, Wheaton College, Norton MA.
(2013April). Revitalization Rituals and Creating History: The Welsh Eisteddfod. 35th Annual Warren and Beatrice Susman Conference, Rutgers University History Department, New Brunswick NJ.
(2013March). Hidden Heritage: Underlying Ideologies at Three Welsh Heritage Sites. Society for Applied Anthropology 73rd Annual Meeting, Denver CO.

Sessions in which Kimberly Berg participates

Monday June 6, 2016