Walter E. Little

University at Albany, SUNY, Institute for Mesoamerican Studies, United States
Participe à 2 sessions
Walter Little is a cultural anthropologist who's multi-sited ethnographic research in Guatemala and Mexico aims to better understand the politics of identity in relation to economic practices, the construction of heritage and tourism in urban places, and transnational sale of Guatemala handicrafts. He is the author of Mayas in the Marketplace (2004), which won Best Book of 2005 from the New England Council for Latin American Studies. His co-edited volume, Street Economies in the Urban Global South (2013), won the Society for the Anthropology of Work Book Prize in 2014. Overall, he has author or co-authored over 40 articles and 10 books and edited volumes. In addition to his duties in the anthropology department, he co-directs the Globalization Studies Program at University at Albany and is the president of the Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology.

Sessions auxquelles Walter E. Little participe

dimanche 5 juin, 2016

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