Antropologías Hechas en Ecuador. Antología (Volumen I)

Translated title of the contribution: Anthropologies Made in Ecuador. Anthology (Volume I)

Jose Enrique Juncosa Blasco, Fernando García Serrano, Catalina Del Campo Imbaquingo, Tania Ivanova Gonzalez Rivadeneira

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Abstract

he series Anthropologies made in Ecuador is part of the Collection Anthropologies made in Latin America, an editorial project promoted by the Latin American Association of Anthropology with the aim of drawing a map of the anthropologies of Latin America that makes it possible to identify their genealogies, methodological proposals, his reflections and theoretical-practical constructions, with the aim of re-knowing ourselves and looking for the welding points and the concerns that integrate or differentiate us. The publication consists of two parts. The first is a two-volume Anthology that collects research based on fieldwork and produced by the academy during the last two decades, mainly, which accounts for a very large diversity of authors, themes, and approaches. The second part, Current Contributions, also in two volumes, is made up of the articles resulting from an open call and includes states of the question, critical and reflective readings of disciplinary trajectories, and also case studies. This first volume of the Anthology contains the following topics: Amazon Anthropology, Andean Anthropology, Coastal Anthropology, Anthropology and Linguistics, Anthropology and Education, Culture and Nature and Anthropology, Economy and Development.
Translated title of the contributionAnthropologies Made in Ecuador. Anthology (Volume I)
Original languageSpanish (Ecuador)
PublisherEditorial Universitaria Abya-Yala
Number of pages505
ISBN (Print)978 9978 10 6495
StatePublished - 26 Apr 2022

CACES Knowledge Areas

  • 413A Social and Cultural Studies

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