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23Forced migration, precariousness and knowledge regimesMIrian Alves de SouzaLeonardo Schiocchet185Excluidas de la educación y excluidas del empleo. Mujeres indígenas migrantes en el mercado laboral de baja calificaciónCarolina Sánchez García23 Forced migration, precariousness and knowledge regimes336Humanitarian work in a perspective anthropology.Laís Lourenço Guidinelli Nunes Ferreira, Benvindo Manima, Jordana Fiorese RamosBenvindo Manima, Jordana Fiorese Ramos23 Forced migration, precariousness and knowledge regimes451HUMANITARIAN ARCHITECTURE AS A FORMATIVE PRACTICE IN ARCHITECTURE SCHOOLVera Magiano Hazan, Júlia de Queiroz Pereira Luiz Alves, Bianca Naylor RezendeJúlia de Queiroz Pereira Luiz Alves, Bianca Naylor Rezende23 Forced migration, precariousness and knowledge regimes515Culture of Migrant Livelihoods from Southern Odisha: An Ethnographic Study among Two Tribes of KoraputESWARAPPA KASI, MANMEET PANDAMANMEET PANDA23 Forced migration, precariousness and knowledge regimes537Ciclos de precariedad y violencia de niñas, niños a adolescentes en las movilidades globalesKarina Pizarro Hernández, Laura Myriam Franco Shanchéz, Karina Pizarro HernándezLaura Myriam Franco Shanchéz, Karina Pizarro Hernández23 Forced migration, precariousness and knowledge regimes586The truth between polity, law and emotions: the scape narratives of international refugeesJoão Gilberto Belvel Fernandes Júnior23 Forced migration, precariousness and knowledge regimes622Partitioning the archives: knowledge practices of the Partition of India and the Partition of PalestineDavid Danziger Regenberg23 Forced migration, precariousness and knowledge regimes772Entre crimen, víctima y agencia: análisis de los impactos de la lucha contra la trata de personas en ciertos cuerposAntonio Claudio Ribeiro da Costa23 Forced migration, precariousness and knowledge regimes781Precarious and Forced (Im)Mobilities in the Canarian Migration Route to the EUIgnacio Fradejas-García, Kristín LoftsdóttirKristín Loftsdóttir23 Forced migration, precariousness and knowledge regimes826Protection ambiguities: “LGBTI asylum” in Brazil halfway between “sexual democracies” and “neoconservatism”Lucas Odilon23 Forced migration, precariousness and knowledge regimes830SAÚDE É UM DIREITO UNIVERSAL? UMA ETNOGRAFIA DE ACESSO DO MIGRANTE AO HEMORIO PARA ACESSO A SAÚDE.THAYS DOS SANTOS PINTO, LAIS LOURENÇO GUIDINELLI NUNES FERREIRATHAYS DOS SANTOS PINTO, LAIS LOURENÇO GUIDINELLI NUNES FERREIRA23 Forced migration, precariousness and knowledge regimes878STRATEGIE DE RESILIENCE DU PAYSANNAT FACE AUX GROUPES ARMES BOKO HARAM A L’EXTREME-NORD DU CAMEROUNNAAMBOW ANABA EDWIGE CHRISTELLE, SOCPA ANTOINESOCPA ANTOINE23 Forced migration, precariousness and knowledge regimes
24Anthropology of work: theoretical-ethnographic challengesRosângela CorrêaPatricia Mejia Torres, Hernán Palermo39Fair Trade in an unfair market: economic competitiveness and workers’ rights in Costa Rica’s banana industryLayla Zaglul Ruiz24 Anthropology of work: theoretical-ethnographic challenges40LA EMIGRACIÓN ECONÓMICA EN EL CONTEXTO DE LA PRECARIEDAD DEL MERCADO LABORAL EN ESPAÑA DURANTE LA CRISIS 2008-2013CATALINA VANESSA LIBREROS ANGEL, JOSÉ NABOR CRUZ MARCELOJOSÉ NABOR CRUZ MARCELO24 Anthropology of work: theoretical-ethnographic challenges72The cell phone market in La Paz, Bolivia: reciprocity and capitalism.María Luisa López Guerrero24 Anthropology of work: theoretical-ethnographic challenges161Trabajadores de la línea 60 de colectivos metropolitanos de Buenos Aires: procesos de organización y respuestaIrina Stojanoff24 Anthropology of work: theoretical-ethnographic challenges211Trabajo docente, entornos parentales y WhatsApp. Notas sobre nuevos entornos laborales escolares.Alicia Eugenia Olmos, Gabriel Cerutti, Claudina Canter, Stella Maris MéndezGabriel Cerutti, Claudina Canter, Stella Maris Méndez24 Anthropology of work: theoretical-ethnographic challenges224Life around the desk: materialities, temporalities and the gendering of remote workingNatalia Orrego Tapia24 Anthropology of work: theoretical-ethnographic challenges229mujeres, maternidad y trabajo en la pandemia en Méxicorocío fuentes valdivieso24 Anthropology of work: theoretical-ethnographic challenges339The role of employee’s corporality and emotions in interactive service sector: a theoretical review.Diana García Catena24 Anthropology of work: theoretical-ethnographic challenges448Mujeres trabajadoras exitosas; consecuencias discriminatorias por su condición de género. Casos de Baja Caifornia Sur, México.Patricia Torres-Mejía24 Anthropology of work: theoretical-ethnographic challenges466“Estar organizados y responder”. Experiencias gremiales del cuerpo de delegados de Carrefour en la ciudad de Rosario, Argentina (2012-2019)Jaime Guiamet24 Anthropology of work: theoretical-ethnographic challenges511The "CENDI Moms". Clause 43, COVID-19 and gender practices in PEMEXdaniela Matias Sanchez24 Anthropology of work: theoretical-ethnographic challenges518Labour inclusion initiatives for trans people. An ethnographic study in Buenos AiresMaría Soledad Cutuli24 Anthropology of work: theoretical-ethnographic challenges533¿Quién cuida a quien cuida? Acciones de la nueva institucionalidad de género ante la Primera Ola de Covid-19 en ArgentinaTatiana Marisel Pizarro24 Anthropology of work: theoretical-ethnographic challenges819Estrategias ante la exclusión: nuevas modalidades de trabajo de los recuperadores urbanosVerónica Viviana Puricelli24 Anthropology of work: theoretical-ethnographic challenges
25Biocultural heritage and sacred places: relationships beyond intangible [Comission on Immaterial Heritage].Minerva López MillánVicente Torres Lezama, Minerva López Millán2Value parameter beyhond the immaterial: among environmental entities and biocultural heritageMinerva López Millán25 Biocultural heritage and sacred places: relationships beyond intangible [Comission on Immaterial Heritage].77Patrimonio, concesiones mineras y peregrinación en el sur andino de PerúVicente Torres Lezama25 Biocultural heritage and sacred places: relationships beyond intangible [Comission on Immaterial Heritage].83Caminos del Agua: Entre la sagrada y el profano. Conocimientos ancestrales, coloniales e híbridos sobre el agua contaminada (SNSM), Colombia.Lorena Aja Eslava25 Biocultural heritage and sacred places: relationships beyond intangible [Comission on Immaterial Heritage].129Conocimiento biocultural codificado en la lengua quechuaMarina Arratia Jiménez25 Biocultural heritage and sacred places: relationships beyond intangible [Comission on Immaterial Heritage].257Buried navels and the Ibiraquera Lagoon: exploring territory ontology for the quilombola community of Aldeia, Santa Catarina, BrazilNathália Dothling Reis25 Biocultural heritage and sacred places: relationships beyond intangible [Comission on Immaterial Heritage].378La casa del agua y el control de la lluvia, fuego nuevo patrimonio intangible en Santiago Tilantongo, Nochixtlán, Oaxaca, México.Edith Montesinos Pedro25 Biocultural heritage and sacred places: relationships beyond intangible [Comission on Immaterial Heritage].522Alfarería Quijos: turismo naranja y saberes ancestrales, una herramienta de resiliencia para la conservación de conocimientos milenarios.María Soledad Solórzano-Venegas25 Biocultural heritage and sacred places: relationships beyond intangible [Comission on Immaterial Heritage].582La cueva como espacio de encuentro con lo intangible, una acercamiento a la perspectiva masehualYuribia Velázquez-Galindo25 Biocultural heritage and sacred places: relationships beyond intangible [Comission on Immaterial Heritage].624Turtles and tolerance at the Bostami Bayazed shrine in ChittagongWill Tuladhar-Douglas, Farid Uddin AhamedFarid Uddin Ahamed25 Biocultural heritage and sacred places: relationships beyond intangible [Comission on Immaterial Heritage].692Tensiones entre lugares sagrados mapuche-lavkenche y planificación urbana: Caso patrimonio biocultural del Santuario de la naturaleza de Hualpén, Concepción, Chile.Yanina Carla Herrera Juanillo25 Biocultural heritage and sacred places: relationships beyond intangible [Comission on Immaterial Heritage].715The 'Bembé do Mercado': the ritualization and consecration of spaces during an Afro-Brazilian festivalFrancesca Maria N. Bassi25 Biocultural heritage and sacred places: relationships beyond intangible [Comission on Immaterial Heritage].737Mountains, Livestock, and Mobility- Construing Himalayan Pastoral HeritageAayushi Malhotra25 Biocultural heritage and sacred places: relationships beyond intangible [Comission on Immaterial Heritage].849Las religiones y culturas afro-ibero-americanas : un patrimonio inmaterial cuestionador de lo establecidoMontserrat Fitó25 Biocultural heritage and sacred places: relationships beyond intangible [Comission on Immaterial Heritage].861The corn seed through the ritual: Costombre for Chikomexochitl in a community from the Huasteca in VeracruzClaudia Adriana Hernández Suárez25 Biocultural heritage and sacred places: relationships beyond intangible [Comission on Immaterial Heritage].
26Religion and spirituality in everyday lifeCecilia Guimarães BastosMaría Pilar García Bossio119Media and the sacralization of leaders and events: the construction of daily spirituality and of the religious public sphereMihai - Coman26 Religion and spirituality in everyday life122The Making of Identity – the Viewers Field newly religious Jewish Community in IsraelJanet Cohen26 Religion and spirituality in everyday life149Finding God and building a religious community in everyday life as a migrantLaura Ramírez Rodríguez26 Religion and spirituality in everyday life232"Riken-no-Ken" as Religious Experience in Everyday Lifechiyoko nagatani26 Religion and spirituality in everyday life253The Soul Concept of Ethnic Minorities in Southwest China from the Anthropological perspectiveZHANG ZE HONG26 Religion and spirituality in everyday life279The Sources, Classification and Research Value of EAP 550 Yao Manuscripts in the British LibraryZhang Zhuo26 Religion and spirituality in everyday life301Religion as means of agency in the life of elderly widows of Nabadwip, West Bengal, India.Nilanjana Goswami26 Religion and spirituality in everyday life377Religion and spirituality in everyday life: Afro-brazilian syncretism in the quilombola identity process in Peçanha- Minas Gerais, Brazil.Filipe de Oliveira Maciel, Marivaldo Aparecido de CarvalhoMarivaldo Aparecido de Carvalho26 Religion and spirituality in everyday life387Analysis of the Social Phenomenon of the "Retro" Science Trend: The Reliance of Modern Human Society on OccultismZhiyao Tang26 Religion and spirituality in everyday life565Virtual Healing. The use of technologies in the production of the sacred in the Afro-religious world.joana bahia26 Religion and spirituality in everyday life703An anthropological perspective on religious architectural heuristics: a case study of Pindori, in Gurdaspur Punjab, India.Somen Rath26 Religion and spirituality in everyday life707Feminists in the Orthodox Church. Everyday feminism vs. belonging to a conservative churchKaja Kojder26 Religion and spirituality in everyday life804Experiences from temazcal ceremonies in Poland.Marta Wójtowicz Wcis?o26 Religion and spirituality in everyday life854Las religiones afro-ibero-americanos : un quehacer social cuestionador de la antropologíaMontserrat Fitó26 Religion and spirituality in everyday life
27Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical QuestionsDiego Marques Pereira dos AnjosRyan Knight, Marcus Vinícius Costa Conceição, Gabrielle Andrade90Las manifestaciones culturales de colectivos y organizaciones sociales por la conservación de los humedales en ChiapasEsmeralda Pliego Alvarado27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions123From riot symbol to new emodity: Negro Matapacos, a chilean example of new cultural identities through consume.Felipe Larenas Carrasco27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions268Asambleas territoriales autoconvocadas y proceso constituyente en Chile. Entre la afirmación de autonomía y la revitalización de la acción política.nicolás orellana águila27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions342From hashtag protests to live stream revolution. Digital forms of ionization and memorization of social movements in ArmeniaHamlet Melkumyan27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions395‘We-ness’ as (provisionally fixed) process forms: On the boundary work in emergent contextsDiego Allen-Perkins27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions508¡Tierra sí, aviones no! Magnitudes semióticas y argumentaciones en conflicto; el "lago" en la Campaña “#YoPrefieroElLago”José Javier Espinoza Berber27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions536The collective identity of Fridays for Future Italy between the climate crisis and the COVID-19 pandemicMatteo Spini27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions599Behind the scenes of identity creation and negotiations: an anthropological study of Zeme Naga tribeKamal Choudhary27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions625How Glauber Rocha's anthropological cinema expresses his aesthetic theory focused on the critical representation of the political and cultural processIrma Viana27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions640Feminicidios y movimientos sociales de acceso a la justicia. Aproximaciones a la región norte y sur de MéxicoMaría Susana Rosales Pérez, Aracely Cortés GalánAracely Cortés Galán27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions664Thirty years after the democratic transition in Benin, West Africa: The case of public opinion in radio call-in showsmasataka tanaka27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions671Festive expressions of social movements in the Basque CountryMargaret Louise Bullen27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions673Involve the body. The case of the professors of Section XXII of the CNTE in Oaxacayeneiri Ramirez Molina27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions701The Autonomous is Political: Social Movement Studies, Cultural Theory, and the Contemporary Languages of EmancipationRyan Allen Knight27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions713Movimento estudantil e interesses populares.Diego Marques Pereira dos Anjos27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions727Movimento social contra o Estado: o Movimento Mães de Maio e sua luta autônomaMatheus de Araújo Almeida27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions734Cultural determinants of the effectiveness of self-help group movement in IndiaAkhaya Kumar Nayak27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions762A formação do movimento indígena Guarani no Norte do Brasil (Jacundá, Pará)WILDES SOUZA ANDRADE27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions778Representaciones del Movimiento de Trabajadores Rurales Sin Tierra en la telenovela “O Rei do Gado”Gabrielle Andrade da Silva, Ketlin Mendes De LemosKetlin Mendes De Lemos27 Social Movements and their Cultural Manifestations: Theoretical and Practical Questions
28Paths to Build Legitimate Memories: Cultural Heritage at the Centre of the Socio-Political Order [Commission on Urban Anthropology]Marcello MollicaArsen Hakobyan, Lara Semboloni120LOCAL HERITAGE AND NATIONALIZATION IN SOCIAL BIOGRAPHIES. CASE STUDIES - CRAIOVA AND BUCHARESTGabriela Boangiu28 Paths to Build Legitimate Memories: Cultural Heritage at the Centre of the Socio-Political Order [Commission on Urban Anthropology]241Catolicismo, Inquisición, multiculturalidad urbana: un modelo único del ser y los esfuerzos para su construcción. Una interpretación del imperioFERNANDO CIARAMITARO28 Paths to Build Legitimate Memories: Cultural Heritage at the Centre of the Socio-Political Order [Commission on Urban Anthropology]312Memory and narration of history as weapons to resist the cancellation of Sicily from the political and cultural context ofItaly.Flaviana Astone28 Paths to Build Legitimate Memories: Cultural Heritage at the Centre of the Socio-Political Order [Commission on Urban Anthropology]319Study upon Disputes on Hainan Chicken Rice’s Origin: Where did it come from? Hainan, China, Singapore or Malaysia?Meng Chen28 Paths to Build Legitimate Memories: Cultural Heritage at the Centre of the Socio-Political Order [Commission on Urban Anthropology]346From the Memorial of Deir ez-Zor to the Cathedral of Shushi: Cultural Cleansing and TransnationalismArsen Hakobyan28 Paths to Build Legitimate Memories: Cultural Heritage at the Centre of the Socio-Political Order [Commission on Urban Anthropology]390On the meaning of remaining as a ruin: A case study analysis of the 1920s private library building in JapanTadashi SAITO28 Paths to Build Legitimate Memories: Cultural Heritage at the Centre of the Socio-Political Order [Commission on Urban Anthropology]399Managing collective memories of conflict. The Chinese cultivation/appropriation of the colonial past in contemporary Shanghai and NanjingAndrea Francioni28 Paths to Build Legitimate Memories: Cultural Heritage at the Centre of the Socio-Political Order [Commission on Urban Anthropology]559The organization of space. Authority and control in the construction process of cultural heritage. Coahuila, in the middle of XVIIIcenturyLARA SEMBOLONI, Samuele Leonardi, Paulina Sabugal PazSamuele Leonardi, Paulina Sabugal Paz28 Paths to Build Legitimate Memories: Cultural Heritage at the Centre of the Socio-Political Order [Commission on Urban Anthropology]590Memória e Patrimônio: Centro Cultural Martim Cererê e a política de esquecimento do pós Ditadura Militar BrasileiraAna Luiza de Oliveira e Sousa28 Paths to Build Legitimate Memories: Cultural Heritage at the Centre of the Socio-Political Order [Commission on Urban Anthropology]627Modern adaptations of the Mah?bh?rata: rethinking and actualization of the ancient Indian epicKsenya A. Maretina28 Paths to Build Legitimate Memories: Cultural Heritage at the Centre of the Socio-Political Order [Commission on Urban Anthropology]843Order, Chaos and Politics in the building of the Calçadão de Bangu (1990-1999)Marcelo de Medeiros Reis Filho28 Paths to Build Legitimate Memories: Cultural Heritage at the Centre of the Socio-Political Order [Commission on Urban Anthropology]
29Administered Insecurity and Urban-Poor Perspectives on Public Policy Practice [Comission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]Russell Parry ScottMarvin Benjamin Junge428Gendered time and latent eviction threats in La Petite Sicile, TunisRosa Sansone29 Administered Insecurity and Urban-Poor Perspectives on Public Policy Practice [Comission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]447Gestionando la (in)seguridad alimentaria en tiempos de crisis: acciones políticas y respuestas de las personas mayores en situación precarizaciónMabel Gracia Arnaiz29 Administered Insecurity and Urban-Poor Perspectives on Public Policy Practice [Comission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]742"Se a polícia não vai, quem vai?”: Comparing Models of Police Abolition in Brazil and the United StatesJason B. Scott29 Administered Insecurity and Urban-Poor Perspectives on Public Policy Practice [Comission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]813Securing Precarious Futures: Infrastructure and middle-class affects at Brazil’s urban marginsMoisés Kopper29 Administered Insecurity and Urban-Poor Perspectives on Public Policy Practice [Comission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]899“Some Unanticipated, Negative Consequences of the Zero Fome Program” Sidney M. Greenfield29 Administered Insecurity and Urban-Poor Perspectives on Public Policy Practice [Comission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]
30Heritage Pasts and Futures in Mexico: Sustainability and Ethics [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development].Sam Holley-KlineHilary Morgan V. Leathem18An uncertain future: Mayanist archaeology with or without Maya peoplesEsteban Mirón Marván30 Heritage Pasts and Futures in Mexico: Sustainability and Ethics [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development].167From Sigüenza y Góngora to Gamio: Patrimonalisation of Archaeological Heritage as Indigenous Dispossession in the Crafting of the Mexican IdentityRafael Cruz Gil, Mariel de Lourdes Mera CázaresMariel de Lourdes Mera Cázares30 Heritage Pasts and Futures in Mexico: Sustainability and Ethics [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development].205Edenes arqueológicos: Sitios extraoficiales y Áreas Naturales Protegidas en MéxicoVICTOR GONZÁLEZ-ROBLES30 Heritage Pasts and Futures in Mexico: Sustainability and Ethics [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development].600GESTIÓN DEL PATRIMONIO ARQUEOLÓGICO Y SOSTENIBILIDAD, APUNTES SOBRE CASOS VERACRUZANOS.Daniel Nahmad Molinari30 Heritage Pasts and Futures in Mexico: Sustainability and Ethics [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development].835Apuntes para una historia laboral de la arqueología mexicanaSamuel Holley-Kline30 Heritage Pasts and Futures in Mexico: Sustainability and Ethics [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development].
31Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]Bóris MaiaJoy Hendry31"School shootings are a white problem": Exploring the impact of class and race on school safety policy in the USCourtney Lynn Canter31 Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]74An analysis of the anthropology of education at the Brazilian Anthropology Meetings (2000-2020)Amurabi Oliveira31 Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]96Learning to dance across borders: The potential of arts education for young refugees as a meaningful space of encounterLucy Hunt31 Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]156A different school in Tehran Critical of ordinary schooling system, a group of young educators establish a new school.Soheila M. Shahshahani31 Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]271Challenging National Citizen-Making Projects at Urban High Schools : An Ethnographic Comparison between Cochabamba, Bolivia and Warsaw, Poland.Katarzyna Buzanska31 Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]274La escuela multigrado mexicana en la relación Estado-sociedad rural. Reflexiones desde el trabajo etnográficoCarlos Guillermo Rossainzz Méndez31 Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]334Producing Policy Prescriptions for Indigenous Students in New Taipei City in Taiwan – The Anthropological and Educational Approachyueh-po huang, hsiao-chi juan, chiu-ling liuhsiao-chi juan, chiu-ling liu31 Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]414Language Ideologies, Literacy and Deaf Worldings within and beyond the Lhasa Deaf School, Tibet Autonomous Region, ChinaTheresia Hofer31 Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]516Demystifying the Academy: Intersectionality, Resistance, Ethics and Abuse of PowerAna Bravo-Moreno31 Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]525Educación para el trabajo: reflexiones sobre la Educación Media Técnico-Profesional en Chile, como un sistema de dominio cultural.Jose Manzano Pavez31 Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]544Anthropological Engagement, Justice and Democratizing PedagogiesCarl Albert Maida31 Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]643Nationalism and Education: Brazilian Integralism and the National Program of Civic Military Schools in Brazil todayRogéria C. A. Dutra31 Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]662Science teaching in the multigrade multilevel schools in IndiaJeena Anne Kizhukarakkatu31 Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]688Predicting the Future: Automated Education Entanglements and the Indigenous EndeavourNathaniel Sydenham31 Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]729Learning intercultural dialogue. The experiences of Israeli and Polish participants of the “Living Bridge” program.Boaz Yardeni, Vera KorsunskyVera Korsunsky31 Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]869The digitalization of schooling: modernity? Colonization? Perspectives from cognitive anthropology, with ethnographic notes from Northern ItalyLeonardo Menegola31 Anthropology of Educational Settings: New Trends and Challenges [Commission on Anthropology and Education]
32Interspecies communication with non-human agents as a global heritageVanessa WijngaardenVeronica Policarpo97Horse-riding is a human practice that allow human-horse communication. We will question its evolution during centuries in FranceREGNIER PATRICE32 Interspecies communication with non-human agents as a global heritage103Intuitive human-animal communication: Indigenous and non-Indigenous animal communicators' potentials for multispecies methodsVanessa Wijngaarden32 Interspecies communication with non-human agents as a global heritage118‘Skilled with a hawk’ (Hafeces cræftig): A multispecies, relational approach to human-raptor engagements in Early Medieval England focussing on falconryRobert James Wallis32 Interspecies communication with non-human agents as a global heritage209Zoospeak : a photographic and poetic exploration of the effects of captivity on non-human animals throughout the world.Gordon Meade32 Interspecies communication with non-human agents as a global heritage217La interrelación entre seres humanos y no humanos en terreiros de Candomblés en sur de Bahia, BrasilMaria Consuelo Oliveira Santos32 Interspecies communication with non-human agents as a global heritage335caza y guerra entre los Xikrin-Kayapó: la alteridad de la persona masculina en los pueblos de la Amazonía CentralDuvan Murillo Escobar32 Interspecies communication with non-human agents as a global heritage353Interspecies communication in more-than-human pilgrimage: what lessons can be learned for our ethnographies worldwide?Catrien Notermans, Anke TonnaerAnke Tonnaer32 Interspecies communication with non-human agents as a global heritage606"For they led me by their pathways": researchers and capuchin monkeys in the field of primatologyMateus Oka32 Interspecies communication with non-human agents as a global heritage616Collaborative fishing between humans and dolphins and the Brazilian heritage policyLucas Cimbaluk32 Interspecies communication with non-human agents as a global heritage793The Eedjadwá-lha territory and the chant Fulni-ô calling peoples, clans, animals, vegetals and spirits.miguel colaço bittencourt32 Interspecies communication with non-human agents as a global heritage836Invisibilizando la relacionalidad entre humanos y no-humanos en el ‘Antropoceno mexicano’: los ‘estudios multiespecies’ y la antropología social en MéxicoFrancisco Vergara Silva32 Interspecies communication with non-human agents as a global heritage
33Anthropologies of the sea and the coast: occupation, perception and uses of the maritime and coastal environment.Leticia D'Ambrosio CamareroLeticia D'Ambrosio, Gianpaolo Adomilli Knoler, Gastón Carreño150Imaginarios marino-costeros en las OSC en Quintana Roo, México: retos, acciones y socialización del conocimientoDaniela Alvarez, Ulsía Urrea MariñoUlsía Urrea Mariño33 Anthropologies of the sea and the coast: occupation, perception and uses of the maritime and coastal environment.168Tradiciones pesqueras y modernidades en tensión (Región de Atacama, Chile).Gastón Carreño33 Anthropologies of the sea and the coast: occupation, perception and uses of the maritime and coastal environment.351Turismo capitalista, disputas por el territorio marítimo-terrestre y mecanismos de defensa en el Parque Nacional Cabo Pulmo (México)Rosalba Quintana Bustamante33 Anthropologies of the sea and the coast: occupation, perception and uses of the maritime and coastal environment.435Social Ecological Cartographies of Lagoa de Albufeira. A Critical Ethnographic study for sustainability.Daniel Gomes Batista Oliveira, Mônica Maria Borges MesquitaMônica Maria Borges Mesquita33 Anthropologies of the sea and the coast: occupation, perception and uses of the maritime and coastal environment.618Massive influx of sargassum in the Mexican Caribbean: community, tourism and collectors in Puerto Morelos.Elva Iveth Meraz García, Daniel Robledo, Daniela Martínez Natarén, Julia FragaDaniel Robledo, Daniela Martínez Natarén, Julia Fraga33 Anthropologies of the sea and the coast: occupation, perception and uses of the maritime and coastal environment.720Maritime extractivism impacts on fishing ethnic communities in the Colombia CaribbeanAna Isabel Márquez-Pérez33 Anthropologies of the sea and the coast: occupation, perception and uses of the maritime and coastal environment.747Mujeres del mar, la costa y pesca. Asociacionismo y relaciones de género en la Costa Chica de Oaxaca, MéxicoNuria Jimenez Garcia33 Anthropologies of the sea and the coast: occupation, perception and uses of the maritime and coastal environment.755The knowing of tide. Decolonizing the coast zone!Mônica Maria Borges Mesquita33 Anthropologies of the sea and the coast: occupation, perception and uses of the maritime and coastal environment.763Los cuna en la disputa europea por el maritorio caribeño ístmico de la provincia del Darién - siglo XVIII.Juan Felipe Pérez Díaz33 Anthropologies of the sea and the coast: occupation, perception and uses of the maritime and coastal environment.
34Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]Felipe Bruno Martins FernandesMiriam Pillar Grossi, Susana9Trajectories of Women in the History of Anthropology: the Project “Memory of Social Sciences in Brazil”Celso Castro, Anna Beatriz Oliveira Menezes CostaAnna Beatriz Oliveira Menezes Costa34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]75Gioconda Mussolini (1913-1969) and Marina de Vasconcellos (1912-1973): pioneers of Brazilian anthropologyAmurabi Oliveira34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]85A antropóloga negra Marlene Cunha: gestos e "posturas" na História da AntropologiaJoão Alipio de Oliveira Cunha34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]645The Summer M. Estellie Smith Introduced me to Ethnographic FieldworkCecilia M B Sardenberg34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]672Footprints of Women Anthropologists in IndiaNilika Mehrotra34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]681Entretejer prácticas feministas de investigación junto a grupos subalterizados: experiencias y desafíosCarmen Gregorio Gil, Lola Martínez PozoCarmen Gregorio Gil, Lola Martínez Pozo34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]698Diálogos entre Zora Hurston e Marlene Cunha, as articulações de estudantes negros de pós-graduação em antropologiaMarina de Barros Fonseca34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]721The notebooks of Dina Dreyfus Lévi-StraussFernanda Azeredo de Moraes34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]728Henrietta Schmerler y los riesgos de la investigación de campo para las mujeres en la história de la antropologiaMIRIAM PILLAR GROSSI34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]761ZAHIDÉ MARIA TORRES MACHADO NETO: Poniendo "retratos" en Ciencias Sociales y Estudios de la Mujer en BahíaMaiara Diana Amaral Pereira34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]767El “frente femenino” de la antropología en el sur de Brasil: Noemi Castilhos Brito, Claudia Fonseca y Daisy BarcellosAlinne de Lima Bonetti34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]815Contribuições de mulheres à fotografia etnográfica no Brasil no início do século XXFabiene Gama, Luisa Pitanga, Laura VeroneseLuisa Pitanga, Laura Veronese34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]818ANTHROPOLOGY, FEMINIST MILITANCY AND GENDER TEACHING: THE TRAJECTORY OF BETINHA, ELIZABETH NASSERELISETE SCHWADE, Rozeli Maria PortoRozeli Maria Porto34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]821Imagens invisibilizadas: conhecendo o acervo de filmes de Zora Neale HurstonDébora Wobeto34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]832A Black Queer Body in the Fieldwork: decolonial futurities for AnthropologyAmanda Medeiros Oliveira34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]834Pioneering women in feminist anthropology in Chiapas and Central AmericaMarisa G. Ruiz Trejo34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]857Marcela Lagarde, a founder of Mexican Feminist AnthropologyMartha Patricia Castañeda-Salgado34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]865Teresa del Valle and gender chronotopes: a feminist anthropological contribution to the analysis of the generic condition of menFernando Huerta-Rojas34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]868LAS MUJERES QUE FUERON PIONERAS EN LA INVESTIGACIÓN ETNOGRÁFICA EN EL ESTADO ESPAÑOL: CONFLUENCIA ENTRE FEMINISMOS Y ANTROPOLOGÍAELIXABETE IMAZ34 Women in the History of Anthropology [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]
35Fluvial sediment mining at local and community scales: legal, political and social issuesEdith Francoise Kauffer MichelIsabelle Michallet, Luzma Fabiola Nava Jiménez543Sediment extraction versus sediment mining in the Usumacinta river basin, Mexico: conceptualizing substantive categoriesEdith Kauffer35 Fluvial sediment mining at local and community scales: legal, political and social issues573Extracción de sedimentos y organización cooperativa en el río Usumacinta: intersticios entre el marco formal y dos escenarios localesvíctor alfonso gallardo zavaleta35 Fluvial sediment mining at local and community scales: legal, political and social issues613Protección de los sedimentos fluviales: ¿es la ley una herramienta eficaz?Isabelle Michallet, Gaëtan BaillyGaëtan Bailly35 Fluvial sediment mining at local and community scales: legal, political and social issues
36Patrimonialization of food, public policy and tourism in the global context. [Commission on Food and Nutrition Anthropology (ICAF)]Federico Gerardo Zúñiga BravoJosé Antonio Vázquez Medina, F. Xavier Medina38The agriculture and food like tourist resources in the rural community La Picadora, Sancti Spíritus, center of CubaVanessa Vázquez Sánchez, Armando Rangel RiveroArmando Rangel Rivero36 Patrimonialization of food, public policy and tourism in the global context. [Commission on Food and Nutrition Anthropology (ICAF)]113The value of wine. Heritage, wine tourism, and commercial exclusions in Valle de GuadalupeJuan Carlos Rodríguez-Álvarez36 Patrimonialization of food, public policy and tourism in the global context. [Commission on Food and Nutrition Anthropology (ICAF)]199Microbiopolitics and food security: the case of serrano cheeseLuiza Giordani36 Patrimonialization of food, public policy and tourism in the global context. [Commission on Food and Nutrition Anthropology (ICAF)]297Multisite ethnography of the Mediterranean diet: between onomastic engineering and local and tourist representations of a UNESCO intangible heritageMarco Romagnoli36 Patrimonialization of food, public policy and tourism in the global context. [Commission on Food and Nutrition Anthropology (ICAF)]343Restaurantes sostenibles en Barcelona: Identidad y sostenibilidad en la cocina local.manuela alvarenga nascimento36 Patrimonialization of food, public policy and tourism in the global context. [Commission on Food and Nutrition Anthropology (ICAF)]429Patrimonialización y glocalización de la alimentación en el marco del turismo. Estudio de dos rutas gastronómicas en Querétaro y JaliscoDaniel De Jesús Contreras36 Patrimonialization of food, public policy and tourism in the global context. [Commission on Food and Nutrition Anthropology (ICAF)]506Traditional communities of Jequitinhonha Valley: Rural tourism in Diamantina, Minas Gerais, BrazilRosana Passos Cambraai, Nilza da Conceição Aguiar, Valeria Rodrigues NevesNilza da Conceição Aguiar, Valeria Rodrigues Neves36 Patrimonialization of food, public policy and tourism in the global context. [Commission on Food and Nutrition Anthropology (ICAF)]517Food Cultures, Indigeneity and Tourism in Costa Rica: The gastro-political turn in the country of “white myth”Yumi Nukada36 Patrimonialization of food, public policy and tourism in the global context. [Commission on Food and Nutrition Anthropology (ICAF)]704Patrimônio agro alimentar, sustentabilidade e desenvolvimento: um estudo de caso entre imigrantes alemães no sul do Brasil.Marilda Checcucci Gonçalves da Silva36 Patrimonialization of food, public policy and tourism in the global context. [Commission on Food and Nutrition Anthropology (ICAF)]724Gobernanza territorial en los procesos de patrimonialización de bienes alimentarios. La ‘alegría’ de amaranto en la Ciudad de MéxicoLaura Elena Martínez-Salvador, Daniel De Jesús-Contreras, Maira Itzel Guerrero-JacintoDaniel De Jesús-Contreras, Maira Itzel Guerrero-Jacinto36 Patrimonialization of food, public policy and tourism in the global context. [Commission on Food and Nutrition Anthropology (ICAF)]841Sabores y saberes que perduran. La pesca artesanal de Laguna de Rocha (Rocha, Uruguay), y su acervo culinario.Bruno Gentile, Barbara Escobar, Cecilia Laporta, Ximena LagosBarbara Escobar, Cecilia Laporta, Ximena Lagos36 Patrimonialization of food, public policy and tourism in the global context. [Commission on Food and Nutrition Anthropology (ICAF)]880Taste of the Arctic: culinary arts and food brandsElena A. Davydova, Vladimir N. DavydovVladimir N. Davydov36 Patrimonialization of food, public policy and tourism in the global context. [Commission on Food and Nutrition Anthropology (ICAF)]
37Women’s Rights – Human Rights: A Study of Migrant Women in the Post-Covid World [Human Rights Commission and Migration Commission]Annapurna D PandeyBobby Luthra Sinha71Human rights of migrant women in Argentina: individual experiences, association and collective action.Lía Rodriguez de la Vega37 Women’s Rights – Human Rights: A Study of Migrant Women in the Post-Covid World [Human Rights Commission and Migration Commission]102When the Moving Life Stopped Pastoralist Life during Covid -19 LockdownBratindi Jena37 Women’s Rights – Human Rights: A Study of Migrant Women in the Post-Covid World [Human Rights Commission and Migration Commission]155Adversity to Prosperity Genocide, forced 3,50,000 Kashmir Hindu Community to flee from Kashmir, however some prospered with conviction and resilience.NIrja Sharad Mattoo37 Women’s Rights – Human Rights: A Study of Migrant Women in the Post-Covid World [Human Rights Commission and Migration Commission]328WOMEN MIGRANT WORKERS AND POST COVID-19 HUMAN RIGHTS: GENDERED PERILS AND NEW PATHWAYS IN INDIAJyotirmayee Acharya, Annapurna PandeyAnnapurna Pandey37 Women’s Rights – Human Rights: A Study of Migrant Women in the Post-Covid World [Human Rights Commission and Migration Commission]450Covid-19 and the migrant women in India: Hunger, humiliation and human rights issuesTattwamasi Paltasingh37 Women’s Rights – Human Rights: A Study of Migrant Women in the Post-Covid World [Human Rights Commission and Migration Commission]453Gendering the Human Right to Food and Nutrition: Securing Migrant Communities during COVID-19Bobby Luthra Sinha, Sheetal BhoolaSheetal Bhoola37 Women’s Rights – Human Rights: A Study of Migrant Women in the Post-Covid World [Human Rights Commission and Migration Commission]676Asparagus farming, elderly nursing, and babysitting during the COVID-19 pandemic: an analysis on Romanian women in GermanyAntonia Jeflea, Rares MusatoiuRares Musatoiu37 Women’s Rights – Human Rights: A Study of Migrant Women in the Post-Covid World [Human Rights Commission and Migration Commission]
38Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]Jijiao ZhangSENG HUAT ONG132The Transformation of Traditional Childbirth Rituals and Customs in Japan: A Case Study on Anzankigan and Haraobi Rituals in NagoyaHiya Mukherjee38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]172Analyze the modern transformation of Beijing's three historical and cultural districts from the perspective of neo-classical "structure-functionalism"Shao WeihangShao Weihang38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]174Transformation of the Structural Functionalism of Cultural Heritage and the Sustainable Development of Historic and Cultural CitiesYue Wu38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]187Study on the Protection and Inheritance of Ethnic Villages’ Cultural Traditions in Tourism DevelopmentLei Wang38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]190craftsman spirit: an enterprise anthropological study of the time-honored brand enterprises’ core-competitivenesswang zhuo38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]206An analysis of government behavior and civil power in promoting industrial development in a dual society——Dialogue with Mr. Zhou Li'anSun Meng hua, Zhang ji jiaoZhang ji jiao38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]246A Study of the Theory of Dual Social Structure and its’ ApplicationZhong Yuanting38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]272Transformations in work and techniques. Permanence in memory through Industrial Heritage.Óscar Fernández-Álvarez, MIguel González-GonzálezMIguel González-González38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]289Structural Heritage: A New Concept to Observe the Contemporary Revival of Chinese LineageLiu Shi Gang38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]293Research on the Development of Ethnic Cultural Industrialization from the Perspective of Neoclassical “Structural-Functionalism” ——Taking Fenghuang County of Hunan Provinceyao shi liu, min xiao Liumin xiao Liu38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]295Network Society and Enterprise Management in China from the Perspective of Enterprise AnthropologyLi Yang38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]296Has China ever had an "Industrial Revolution"?——Analysis based on dual-social structureLei Dang38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]306Modern Transformation of Chinese Traditional Instruments and Their performance - Take Chinese Zither as an ExampleXiaoning Qin, Binbin LiuBinbin Liu38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]309Urbanization, Livelihood Transformation in Pastoral Areas, and the Adjustment of Women's Work: A Study on the Career Change of Mongolianwang hong yan, Yu Hsinlun, wu ningYu Hsinlun, wu ning38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]323An Analysis of Japan's Cultural Exporting Strategy: Multiple Agents and Approaches of Nation BuildingMei Zhang38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]386Viewing tradition through the lens of modernization: a case study of time-honored brand business in ChinaChong GAO38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]392Understanding Ethnic Mixture —Taking Latin American Mestizos as An ExampleWen Zeng, Bo Yang, Xi ChenBo Yang, Xi Chen38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]426Research on Endogenous Drive of Intangible Cultural Heritages in the Development of Modern Industries —Taking Fire God Palace of ChangshaWeihua Tan, Yujiao TanYujiao Tan38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]549Shipwrecks on Roncador Cay, the Caribbean Sea, 1492-1920William Gomez pretel38 Traditional-Modern Transformation: An Anthropological Perspective [Commission on Enterprise Anthropology]
39Heritage and Food: markets, processes and dissonances in a global worldJoana LucasJulie Cavignac, Paula Balduino de Melo32patrimonio alimentario potosino: entre la resistencia y la alta cocinamauricio genet guzmán chávez, patricia rivera acostapatricia rivera acosta39 Heritage and Food: markets, processes and dissonances in a global world98Restaurantes de refugiados sirios en Lisboa: espacios de expresión identitaria e intercambio culturalMarcela Jaramillo39 Heritage and Food: markets, processes and dissonances in a global world99The heritage in the Sicilian alimentary cultureOxana D. Fais-Leoutskaya39 Heritage and Food: markets, processes and dissonances in a global world134Indigenous knowledge on green-leafy vegetables and their nutritional value – Legacy of indigenous people on health in JharkhandKUMARI VIBHUTI NAYAK39 Heritage and Food: markets, processes and dissonances in a global world143Food, culture, and heritage: A study among the Gaddi tribe of Himachal Pradesh, IndiaShivanshi Nehria, Abhik GhoshAbhik Ghosh39 Heritage and Food: markets, processes and dissonances in a global world234Papadzul or papa azul? Dissonances in politics of identity around Yucatecan cuisineJosé Ricardo Maldonado Arroyo39 Heritage and Food: markets, processes and dissonances in a global world259Chile Pasado: Food Traditions, Regional Identity, and Culinary Nostalgia in the US-Mexico BorderlandsLois Stanford39 Heritage and Food: markets, processes and dissonances in a global world298Multisite ethnography of the Mediterranean diet: between onomastic engineering and local and tourist representations of a UNESCO intangible heritageMarco Romagnoli39 Heritage and Food: markets, processes and dissonances in a global world628Between rural and urban foodscapes: traditional food knowledge in a Cretan townMARIA KOKOLAKI39 Heritage and Food: markets, processes and dissonances in a global world689Does Slow Food, as a civil society movement, play a role in the Brazilian Food Heritage safeguard?Thalita Kalix Garcia39 Heritage and Food: markets, processes and dissonances in a global world751The raw milk cheese from Campos de Cima da Serra: tradition in conflict with sanitary normsGuilherme Rodrigues de Rodrigues, Camila Ballus, Renata MenascheCamila Ballus, Renata Menasche39 Heritage and Food: markets, processes and dissonances in a global world796O queijo de leite cru dos Campos de Cima da Serra: tradição em conflito com as normas sanitáriasGuilherme Rodrigues de Rodrigues, Camila Ballus, Renata MenascheCamila Ballus, Renata Menasche39 Heritage and Food: markets, processes and dissonances in a global world810Gosto de Sertão: appreciation and heritage of knowledge and flavors from Seridó potiguarRianna de Carvalho Feitosa, Julie Antoinette Cavignac, Thágila Maria dos Santos de OliveiraJulie Antoinette Cavignac, Thágila Maria dos Santos de Oliveira39 Heritage and Food: markets, processes and dissonances in a global world
40An anthropology of contemporary technoculturecarmen buenoRamona Pérez45EMPRENDER: ENTRE EL RECONOCIMIENTO DE LA DIVERSIDAD Y LA PRODUCCIÓN DE LA MASCULINIDADHernan M. Palermo40 An anthropology of contemporary technoculture58Sociotechnical Imaginaries and the Future: Innovation and Cosmopolitics in the Mexican Space IndustryAnne Warren Johnson40 An anthropology of contemporary technoculture144Technoculture and the Kitchen: How Technology Changes TasteSteffan Igor Ayora Diaz40 An anthropology of contemporary technoculture145the symbiotic relationship between technological infrastructures, regimes and open innovation practicescarmen bueno castellanos40 An anthropology of contemporary technoculture225Visions of the Past, the Present, and the Future: Music during the 2020sGabriela Vargas-Cetina40 An anthropology of contemporary technoculture245Wakanda University: Practicing politics of technoculture through playful possibilityElizabeth Chin40 An anthropology of contemporary technoculture527Research advances on music producers, technology and listening in Mérida YucatánItzel Martinez40 An anthropology of contemporary technoculture545Contemporary Knowledge: Traditional practices and modern techniques of Mixtec farming in the 21st centuryRamona L Perez40 An anthropology of contemporary technoculture636Technoculture and surveillance: an anthropological look at the use of digital therapy by Brazilians at the age of smartphonesMilena Geisa dos Santos Martins40 An anthropology of contemporary technoculture642El papel del Periodismo digital independiente colombiano como narrador del estallido social del 2021.Rodulfo Armando Castiblanco Carrasco40 An anthropology of contemporary technoculture657The Social Life of Biometric Payment Systems in AsiaVijayanka State Nair40 An anthropology of contemporary technoculture675Thirty years after the democratic transition in Benin, West Africa: The case of public opinion in radio call-in showsmasataka tanaka40 An anthropology of contemporary technoculture
41The heritage of shared soundscapes: collaborative archive activation in the context of music and dance revivalsGisela CánepaIngrid Kummels262Viola caipira: playing the heritageLucas Rocha Salgado41 The heritage of shared soundscapes: collaborative archive activation in the context of music and dance revivals433Collaborative Restitution, Archiving and Curating of Sound as an Agent of Knowledge TransferBernd Brabec de Mori, Matthias LewyMatthias Lewy41 The heritage of shared soundscapes: collaborative archive activation in the context of music and dance revivals456Sharing Archival Practices and its Challenges: Activating Music and Dance Traditions CollaborativelyWalther Maradiegue, Rocío BarretoRocío Barreto41 The heritage of shared soundscapes: collaborative archive activation in the context of music and dance revivals510Shared Soundscapes: Comparing the Potentials of Institutional and Private Archives of Music and DanceGisela Cánepa, Ingrid KummelsIngrid Kummels41 The heritage of shared soundscapes: collaborative archive activation in the context of music and dance revivals585Archivos sonoros y fotográficos de regreso a un territorio negro en Colombia: reflexiones sobre una acustemología políticaPaloma Palau Valderrama41 The heritage of shared soundscapes: collaborative archive activation in the context of music and dance revivals669Women's Singing as HeritageMichelle Bigenho, Henry StobartHenry Stobart41 The heritage of shared soundscapes: collaborative archive activation in the context of music and dance revivals798Un tenango en la ciudad: danza, memoria y performance audiovisualRosa Claudia Lora Krstulovic41 The heritage of shared soundscapes: collaborative archive activation in the context of music and dance revivals901Audiovisually staging music and dance archives of the Tobas-Qom people of the Argentinian Chaco.SOLEDAD TORRES AGÜERO, SILVIA CITROSILVIA CITRO41 The heritage of shared soundscapes: collaborative archive activation in the context of music and dance revivals
42Anthropological surveys and affected territories. Epistemological resistance in face of extractivism [Human Rights]María Teresa Sierra CamachoYuri Escalante, Morita Carrasco472Anthropological expertise in indigenous consultation processes on the construction of energy projects in Mapuche territory.Cristian Eduardo Alister42 Anthropological surveys and affected territories. Epistemological resistance in face of extractivism [Human Rights]888Los argumentos de El Volcán. La subjetividad como prueba antropológica.Yuri Escalante42 Anthropological surveys and affected territories. Epistemological resistance in face of extractivism [Human Rights]889Corte Interamericana de Derechos Humanos: la identidad de los pueblos indígenas concepto clave de interdependencia de derechos a la propiedad del territorio. Morita Carrasco42 Anthropological surveys and affected territories. Epistemological resistance in face of extractivism [Human Rights]890Peritaje en Yich Kisis: Construyendo conocimiento de forma conjunta para la justiciaSantiago Bastos Amigo42 Anthropological surveys and affected territories. Epistemological resistance in face of extractivism [Human Rights]891Disputas por las ontologías territoriales: El peritaje antropológico en la lucha jurídica del pueblo me’ phaa contra la minería en la Montaña de GuerreroMaría Teresa Sierra, Yacotzin Bravo EspinozaYacotzin Bravo Espinoza42 Anthropological surveys and affected territories. Epistemological resistance in face of extractivism [Human Rights]892En defensa de la justicia ancestral. Retos epistemológicos de los peritajes en Santa Cruz del Quiché, Guatemala.RACHEL SIEDER, MARÍA JACINTA XON RIQUIACMARÍA JACINTA XON RIQUIAC42 Anthropological surveys and affected territories. Epistemological resistance in face of extractivism [Human Rights]
43Anthropology of homelessnessali ruiz coroneldiego ygor delgado alves, nataly camacho-mariño28ASPECTOS RELEVANTES DA CULTURA DO CRACK PARA A TRANSMISSÃO DA COVID-19 ENTRE CONSUMIDORES DA DROGA E POSSÍVEIS MEIOS DE PREVENÇÃOYgor Diego Delgado Alves43 Anthropology of homelessness62Uma etnografia sobre os hotéis para pessoas que fazem uso de crackElizangela de Freitas Silva, YGOR DIEGO DELGADO ALVES, Pedro Paulo Gomes PereiraYGOR DIEGO DELGADO ALVES, Pedro Paulo Gomes Pereira43 Anthropology of homelessness140“Poblaciones sin casa bajo una perspectiva de género: etnografías de trayectorias habitacionales en Santiago Centro”Mauricio Lara Martínez43 Anthropology of homelessness218¿Dejar la calle? Reflexiones desde Bogotá para pensar la calle más allá de las callesNataly Camacho Mariño43 Anthropology of homelessness231Medical anthropology and homelessnessali ruiz coronel43 Anthropology of homelessness281La vida en la calle como entorno propicio para desarrollar adicciones. Experiencias y reflexiones en Ciudad de México.Mateo Rivera43 Anthropology of homelessness370Entre la calle y la integración social.Arturo Salvador Meléndez Barrera43 Anthropology of homelessness469Del testimonio a la incidencia: revisión y relación entre investigación aplicada y política pública para personas en situación de Chile.felipe larenas carrasco43 Anthropology of homelessness733The Pandemic and the population without housing: a Brazilian case studyMaria Luzete Costa Cavalcante, Jeovana Freitas Alves, Vitor Bomfim Santos, Sara Costa CavalcanteJeovana Freitas Alves, Vitor Bomfim Santos, Sara Costa Cavalcante43 Anthropology of homelessness757Sin estela y en cruz. O la ciudadanía no agencial entre personas en situación de calleLeonardo Piña Cabrera, Felipe Trujillo Bilbao, Diego Troncoso MartínezFelipe Trujillo Bilbao, Diego Troncoso Martínez43 Anthropology of homelessness785Violencias institucionales, solidaridad y respuestas colectivas de personas en situación de calle en MontevideoSebastián Aguiar, Natalia Montealegre Alegría, Leticia Perez de Sierra, Marcelo RossalNatalia Montealegre Alegría, Leticia Perez de Sierra, Marcelo Rossal43 Anthropology of homelessness
44The kinship between anthropology and technology: exploring the accelerated interface between the two [Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]Indrani MukherjeeRajanikant Pandey, Christina Wasson263Socio-economic status and ecological impact of workers involved in indigenous technology-based ecological hemp farming in Bageshwar and Chamoli of UttarakhandMadhushree Barik44 The kinship between anthropology and technology: exploring the accelerated interface between the two [Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]340I intend to discuss the relationships that connect the kinship and genealogical approaches with new computational technologies and modern genetics.Juliana P. Lima Caruso44 The kinship between anthropology and technology: exploring the accelerated interface between the two [Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]384The New Digital Revolution and the North-east: Understanding the Issues and ChallengesG. Kanato Chophy44 The kinship between anthropology and technology: exploring the accelerated interface between the two [Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]425A shift from Manual to Mechanical Waste Management in India: focus on resulting change in working conditions of waste handlers.Swati Soren44 The kinship between anthropology and technology: exploring the accelerated interface between the two [Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]468Communicating across the gap: gaming consoles and communitySally Darling, Ben Clark, Jessica Keller, Arooj Qureshi, Lisa Stocker, Jingwen WangBen Clark, Jessica Keller, Arooj Qureshi, Lisa Stocker, Jingwen Wang44 The kinship between anthropology and technology: exploring the accelerated interface between the two [Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]476Participatory Design of Archive for Indigenous Communities in Northeast IndiaChristina Wasson, Bihung Brahma, Prafulla Basumatary, Monali Longmailai, Krithika Barman Bihung Brahma, Prafulla Basumatary, Monali Longmailai, Krithika Barman44 The kinship between anthropology and technology: exploring the accelerated interface between the two [Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]535Indigenous Knowledge in Relation to COVID Management in Jharkhand: A Curious Case of the HosNeha Kumari44 The kinship between anthropology and technology: exploring the accelerated interface between the two [Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]578Informed consent, exploring the bounded within the unboundIndrani Mukherjee44 The kinship between anthropology and technology: exploring the accelerated interface between the two [Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]680Anthropology and its technological encounters: Exploring Indian contextRajanikant Pandey44 The kinship between anthropology and technology: exploring the accelerated interface between the two [Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]743Communication System and Tribal Development in BiharRAJEEV KAMAL KUMAR, SunitaSunita44 The kinship between anthropology and technology: exploring the accelerated interface between the two [Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]
45Anthropological Perspectives on the COVID Pandemic: Impacts on society, culture, public policy and governance, and lessons for the future [WAU; IUAES Commission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice; WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force]Thomas ReuterSoumendra Patnaik, Fadwa El Guindi, Vesna Vu?ini? Neškovi?, Carmen Silvia de Morales Rial13Why do East Asians accept facemasks but Westerners often resist?Gordon Mathews45 Anthropological Perspectives on the COVID Pandemic: Impacts on society, culture, public policy and governance, and lessons for the future [WAU; IUAES Commission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice; WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force]17Experiencing privacy: Digitalization of the private sphere during lockdownKatja de Neergaard45 Anthropological Perspectives on the COVID Pandemic: Impacts on society, culture, public policy and governance, and lessons for the future [WAU; IUAES Commission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice; WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force]24The necropolitic of the tropical-Trump in BrazilCarmen Silvia RIal45 Anthropological Perspectives on the COVID Pandemic: Impacts on society, culture, public policy and governance, and lessons for the future [WAU; IUAES Commission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice; WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force]26Why Social and Environmental Justice is the Most Effective Disaster impact Mitigation: Lessons from the PandemicThomas Reuter45 Anthropological Perspectives on the COVID Pandemic: Impacts on society, culture, public policy and governance, and lessons for the future [WAU; IUAES Commission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice; WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force]60Learning from rituals: COVID-19 public health measures and messaging in Timor-LesteSusanna Barnes45 Anthropological Perspectives on the COVID Pandemic: Impacts on society, culture, public policy and governance, and lessons for the future [WAU; IUAES Commission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice; WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force]80The World Upside Down: The Pandemic Redefines GlobalizationFadwa El El Guindi45 Anthropological Perspectives on the COVID Pandemic: Impacts on society, culture, public policy and governance, and lessons for the future [WAU; IUAES Commission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice; WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force]138Care and resistance. Strategies of Afro-Brazilian communities to face Covid-19 pandemicDaniela Calvo45 Anthropological Perspectives on the COVID Pandemic: Impacts on society, culture, public policy and governance, and lessons for the future [WAU; IUAES Commission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice; WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force]292Disability, Access to food and Covid-19: An intersectional analysisNilika Mehrotra45 Anthropological Perspectives on the COVID Pandemic: Impacts on society, culture, public policy and governance, and lessons for the future [WAU; IUAES Commission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice; WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force]432“A Study of Perceptions of the Covid-19 Pandemic by Age group, Sex and Occupation in Tepoztlan, Mexico: Uncertainties and Policy"Lourdes Arizpe, Isis Saaved, Esau Bello-CamposIsis Saaved, Esau Bello-Campos45 Anthropological Perspectives on the COVID Pandemic: Impacts on society, culture, public policy and governance, and lessons for the future [WAU; IUAES Commission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice; WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force]446APROVISIONAMIENTO DE ALIMENTOS DURANTE LA PANDEMIA DE COVID EN ESPAÑA POR PARTE DE LAS PERSONAS MAYORESCristina Larrea Killinger45 Anthropological Perspectives on the COVID Pandemic: Impacts on society, culture, public policy and governance, and lessons for the future [WAU; IUAES Commission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice; WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force]576Understanding Covid Pandemic among the Indian Diaspora in DubaiRachel S Mathew45 Anthropological Perspectives on the COVID Pandemic: Impacts on society, culture, public policy and governance, and lessons for the future [WAU; IUAES Commission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice; WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force]620Social stigma and discrimination: The unspoken aspect of Covid-19 in IndiaBijayasundari T Aribam45 Anthropological Perspectives on the COVID Pandemic: Impacts on society, culture, public policy and governance, and lessons for the future [WAU; IUAES Commission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice; WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force]666Managing the Disaster of Covid-19 : An Analysis of Public Policy in Odisha on India’s East CoastSoumendra Mohan Patnaik45 Anthropological Perspectives on the COVID Pandemic: Impacts on society, culture, public policy and governance, and lessons for the future [WAU; IUAES Commission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice; WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force]714Witnessing Social Transformation during COVID-19 Pandemic Emergency: An Anthropological Study of Disaster ResilienceDeepshikha Agarwal, Anil Kumar SukumaranAnil Kumar Sukumaran45 Anthropological Perspectives on the COVID Pandemic: Impacts on society, culture, public policy and governance, and lessons for the future [WAU; IUAES Commission on Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice; WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force]
46The Anthropology of Disasters in Dialogue: Concepts, Methods, Definitions, Insights [Anthropology of Risk and Disasters]Virginia García AcostaAJ and Faas37Anthropology of the disasters: two follow-up case studies in CubaArmando Rangel Rivero, Vanessa Vázquez SánchezVanessa Vázquez Sánchez46 The Anthropology of Disasters in Dialogue: Concepts, Methods, Definitions, Insights [Anthropology of Risk and Disasters]352The social life of post-disaster policies: new horizons for an anthropology of disastersVinicius Cardoso Reis46 The Anthropology of Disasters in Dialogue: Concepts, Methods, Definitions, Insights [Anthropology of Risk and Disasters]454Ethnography in the extraordinary: research in unpredictable contextsGabriela de Paula Marcurio46 The Anthropology of Disasters in Dialogue: Concepts, Methods, Definitions, Insights [Anthropology of Risk and Disasters]773PERCEPCION DEL CAMBIO CLIMATICO: COMPARATIVA ENTRE PUEBLOS ORIGINARIOS MIGRANTES EN LA CIUDAD DE LIMA Y LOS DEL ALTIPLANO PERUANO.Maria Emilia Huaclla Urrejola46 The Anthropology of Disasters in Dialogue: Concepts, Methods, Definitions, Insights [Anthropology of Risk and Disasters]867Understanding Vulnerability in disaster situation: From the lenses of gendered perspectivesPanchi Pathak46 The Anthropology of Disasters in Dialogue: Concepts, Methods, Definitions, Insights [Anthropology of Risk and Disasters]
47Anthropology, Health and Differences: between agency and power relationsPriscila Farfan BarrosoAsher Brum, Guilherme Rodrigues Passamani4Ethnographic Study of Delhi Folk Dentists: Their Voice or Their PlightMadhur Mrinal, Sarbjeet KhuranaMadhur Mrinal, Sarbjeet Khurana47 Anthropology, Health and Differences: between agency and power relations11Alzheimer and Epilepsy patients: Situating Family and Kinship care among Neurological patientsRavinder Singh, Upmesh Kumar Talwar, Ravinder SinghUpmesh Kumar Talwar, Ravinder Singh47 Anthropology, Health and Differences: between agency and power relations42AS MULHERES “DO” FLUXO: UM ESTUDO ETNOGRÁFICO NA CRACOLÂNDIALarissa Soares Lima47 Anthropology, Health and Differences: between agency and power relations70SINDEMIAS Y ENFERMEDAD RENAL CRÓNICA NO TRADICIONAL EN LA INFANCIA (JALISCO, MÉXICO)georgina vega fregoso47 Anthropology, Health and Differences: between agency and power relations128Hegemonic tension with ordinary life: reflections over undergraduate depression and hierarchical dependency in contemporary BrazilIgor Holanda Arcoverde47 Anthropology, Health and Differences: between agency and power relations226Healing in CandombléDaniela Calvo47 Anthropology, Health and Differences: between agency and power relations267Gestión de riesgos para patrimonio cultural en México: dos sistemas en contrapunto.David A. Torres Castro47 Anthropology, Health and Differences: between agency and power relations563Movimentos de Pessoas com Doenças Raras e o Conservadorismo Político: Aproximações e Reflexões Antropológicas.Heytor Queiroz Marques47 Anthropology, Health and Differences: between agency and power relations
48Heritage and essentialist thinking: Marginalising and resisting marginalisation through essentialised heritage claims [Marginalization and Global Apartheid]Andrew 'Mugsy' SpiegelJonatan Kurzwelly117Recipes for the Future: Culinary heritage, memory and resistance among Palestinians in BritainLucy V Barkley48 Heritage and essentialist thinking: Marginalising and resisting marginalisation through essentialised heritage claims [Marginalization and Global Apartheid]175Mother Cultures: Skyr Microbes, Dairy Maids and Super WomenValdimar Tr. Hafstein, Jón Thor PéturssonJón Thor Pétursson48 Heritage and essentialist thinking: Marginalising and resisting marginalisation through essentialised heritage claims [Marginalization and Global Apartheid]191Unequal Genocide Memorialisation: Colonial connotations and heritage consequencesAndrew 'Mugsy' Spiegel, Steven RobinsSteven Robins48 Heritage and essentialist thinking: Marginalising and resisting marginalisation through essentialised heritage claims [Marginalization and Global Apartheid]501Essentialism in decolonial “provenance research” projects and in repatriations of objects and human remainsJonatan Kurzwelly48 Heritage and essentialist thinking: Marginalising and resisting marginalisation through essentialised heritage claims [Marginalization and Global Apartheid]596Dances, Costumes, and King James Bibles. Essentialized articulations of indigenous heritage in Zacatlán, Mexico.Diego Freudenthaler Garza48 Heritage and essentialist thinking: Marginalising and resisting marginalisation through essentialised heritage claims [Marginalization and Global Apartheid]602Memorialization, heritage and history: the case of reburials of 'liberated Africans' on the Island of St HelenaDaniel Arthur Yon48 Heritage and essentialist thinking: Marginalising and resisting marginalisation through essentialised heritage claims [Marginalization and Global Apartheid]626PARADOJAS DE LA REPRESENTACIÓN: MARGINALIDAD Y CULTURA POPULAR EN CARTAGENA DE INDIAS, COLOMBIAMarcelo Jose Cabarcas Ortega48 Heritage and essentialist thinking: Marginalising and resisting marginalisation through essentialised heritage claims [Marginalization and Global Apartheid]
49Anthropological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Latin American and Caribbean Seascapes and WaterscapesAna Isabel Márquez-PérezJuan Felipe Pérez-Díaz, Roberto Reynoso-Arán33Rethinking the heritage: Maritime Cultures on the north coast of Mexico; Nature and Worldviews in Altamar.roberto reynoso arán49 Anthropological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Latin American and Caribbean Seascapes and Waterscapes169Los paisajes culturales marítimos en México: una aproximación interdisicplinaria desde las humanidadesMariana Favila Vázquez49 Anthropological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Latin American and Caribbean Seascapes and Waterscapes369Construcción naval y oralidad en el Pacífico colombo ecuatoriano: Una perspectiva náutica y etnoarqueológica.víctor andrés pérez49 Anthropological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Latin American and Caribbean Seascapes and Waterscapes411Elusive ecologies and coincidental compositionsAida Sofia Rivera Sotelo49 Anthropological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Latin American and Caribbean Seascapes and Waterscapes459Maritimidade e maretórios. Patrimônio cultural e formas tradicionais de territorialidade aquáticaAdrian Ribaric, Antonio Carlos DieguesAntonio Carlos Diegues49 Anthropological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Latin American and Caribbean Seascapes and Waterscapes477The lightning of the Colombian shores: lighthouses and the transformation of the maritime cultural landscape from 1915 to 1935.María Paula Corredor49 Anthropological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Latin American and Caribbean Seascapes and Waterscapes529Invasión en el Caribe: producción de conocimiento, intercambio tecnológico y prácticas cambiantes frente al pez león en el AtlánticoPablo Sepúlveda-Díaz49 Anthropological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Latin American and Caribbean Seascapes and Waterscapes550Shipwrecks on Roncador Cay, the Caribbean Sea and Their Relationship with Hurricanes, 1492-1920William Gomez Pretel49 Anthropological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Latin American and Caribbean Seascapes and Waterscapes659ANÁLISIS ETNOARQUEOLOGICO DE LAS TRANSFORMACIONES EN EL PAISAJE CULTURAL MARITIMO DE LA BAHIA DE TAGANGA.Luis Carlos Alvarez, EDUARDO Roa BRYNILDSENEDUARDO Roa BRYNILDSEN49 Anthropological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Latin American and Caribbean Seascapes and Waterscapes719Se dar no mar: reflexões em torno da maritimidade e saberes costeiros no litoral sul do RS – BrasilGianpaolo Knoller Adomilli49 Anthropological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Latin American and Caribbean Seascapes and Waterscapes766Maritimities: an etnography of experiencing and inhabiting the Coastal Maritime Social- environment.Leticia D'Ambrosio Camarero49 Anthropological and Ethnographic Perspectives on Latin American and Caribbean Seascapes and Waterscapes
50From leisure to work. New work-sport relations in times of hypermodernityoctavio mazagertrudes nunes de melo, giulyanne maria silva souto, omar pasillas244Ocio y trabajo: miradas cruzadas y reflexiones históricasBruno Mota Braga, Maycon Gustavo Costa Dos AnjosMaycon Gustavo Costa Dos Anjos50 From leisure to work. New work-sport relations in times of hypermodernity581Relationship between sport and work, the case of marathon runners in Aguascalientes MxOctavio Maza50 From leisure to work. New work-sport relations in times of hypermodernity584reflexiones entorno a la práctica deportiva de alto rendimiento juveniljessica carrillo macias50 From leisure to work. New work-sport relations in times of hypermodernity595AVENTURA COMO ATIVIDADE LABORAL NO CONTEXTO DA ESCOLA E DO LAZERGertrudes Nunes de Melo, Giulyanne Maria Silva Souto, Samara Celestino dos SantosGiulyanne Maria Silva Souto, Samara Celestino dos Santos50 From leisure to work. New work-sport relations in times of hypermodernity665Producing heroes: The "militarization" of fitness and the "eventization" of the militaryRaphael Schapira50 From leisure to work. New work-sport relations in times of hypermodernity699¿Es el deporte un soporte social? Experiencias físico emocionales de las y los corredores del Maratón de Aguascalientes, México.OMAR PASILLAS LÓPEZ, Octavio Martín Maza Díaz CortésOctavio Martín Maza Díaz Cortés50 From leisure to work. New work-sport relations in times of hypermodernity791LAZER ESPORTIVO NA PANDEMIA E CONSUMO: UMA ANÁLISE SOCIALGiulyanne Maria Silva Souto, Gertrudes Nunes de Melo, Samara Celestino dos SantosGertrudes Nunes de Melo, Samara Celestino dos Santos50 From leisure to work. New work-sport relations in times of hypermodernity887Hypermodernity analysed through the lenses of « serious leisure ».Francisco Toledo Ortiz50 From leisure to work. New work-sport relations in times of hypermodernity
51Traditional indigenous medicine: a living heritage safeguarding healthMaura Vázquez VargasAlejandra Carreño Calderón, Juliana Rosalen220Knowledge and Practices of Local Healers on the Use of Plant Combinations as Remedies to Ailments in Cebu, PhilippinesZona Hildegarde Saniel Amper51 Traditional indigenous medicine: a living heritage safeguarding health415Toward A Method of Everyday Life: (Im)materiality of Traditional Chinese Medicine Practice in Switzerland in the Context of Medical PluralityXiuyuan Liu, Patrick DevliegerPatrick Devlieger51 Traditional indigenous medicine: a living heritage safeguarding health502K'eex, Su'uy e Íikin: enfermedades y curaciones de intercambio.Anaid Karla Ortiz Becerril51 Traditional indigenous medicine: a living heritage safeguarding health621Una aproximación al conocimiento sobre las plantas medicinales utilizadas por el pueblo Carijona de Puerto Nare (Miraflores Guaviare)Nurys Esperanza Silva Cantillo51 Traditional indigenous medicine: a living heritage safeguarding health661Traditional Indigenous medicines: The hope for health among the Rongmei Naga Tribes of Manipur, IndiaNIKITA DAS, Bijaya sundari devi AribamBijaya sundari devi Aribam51 Traditional indigenous medicine: a living heritage safeguarding health
52Power Game and Symbolic Icons in Evolving Urban Landscapes [Commission on Urban Anthropology & Commission on Marginalization and Global Apartheid]Giuliana B. PratoSubhadra Mitra Channa51Symbolic Icons in Brooklyn’s Vernacular Landscapes: Conflicting Visions of Social JusticeJerome Krase52 Power Game and Symbolic Icons in Evolving Urban Landscapes [Commission on Urban Anthropology & Commission on Marginalization and Global Apartheid]215Lifestyle, Power, and Pragmatic Conservation of Betawi in Jakarta Metropolitan AreaAchmad Firas Khudi52 Power Game and Symbolic Icons in Evolving Urban Landscapes [Commission on Urban Anthropology & Commission on Marginalization and Global Apartheid]243'A city to look at' and 'presenting the world to the city': Worlding New Town, West BengalDebarun Sarkar52 Power Game and Symbolic Icons in Evolving Urban Landscapes [Commission on Urban Anthropology & Commission on Marginalization and Global Apartheid]404The Chicago Monuments Project: Monuments, Murals, and Graffiti Against Mexican/Latinx ErasuresHinda Seif52 Power Game and Symbolic Icons in Evolving Urban Landscapes [Commission on Urban Anthropology & Commission on Marginalization and Global Apartheid]452DEMOLISHMENT OF NATIONAL THEATER OF ALBANIA: AN AGGRESSIVE POWER GAME SETTING COMMUNITIES FACE TO FACEAnxhela Hoxha52 Power Game and Symbolic Icons in Evolving Urban Landscapes [Commission on Urban Anthropology & Commission on Marginalization and Global Apartheid]497Eroding History and Creating Myths: The Name-Game in Urban Delhisubhadra mitra channa52 Power Game and Symbolic Icons in Evolving Urban Landscapes [Commission on Urban Anthropology & Commission on Marginalization and Global Apartheid]655A "spaceship" for the "Athens of Ecuador": The parallels and frictions between heritage and a modern icon in the makingSam Rumé52 Power Game and Symbolic Icons in Evolving Urban Landscapes [Commission on Urban Anthropology & Commission on Marginalization and Global Apartheid]
53Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devicesSérgio Rodrigues CASTILHOAntonio Carlos Souza Lima, Laura Navallo29Salud psicosocial y seguridad humana en contextos de violencia crónicaGabriela Sánchez53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices208Land Governance: Paradigm Shift in Tribal Land Records in Indo Nepal BorderRicha Joshi53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices264The FCFT in Brazil and the construction of 'negotiated planning from above' in the 30s and 40sSERGIO RICARDO RODRIGUES CASTILHO53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices265Social participation: the deconstruction of a government policy as a way of remaking the state?CARLA COSTA TEIXEIRA53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices270Parlamentares no Twitter: construção de identidade política pelas presidentas de comissões permanentes da Câmara dos DeputadosCristiane Brum Bernardes53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices313O CFCE e a construção do ‘planejamento negociado por cima’ nas décadas de 30 e 40 no BrasilSERGIO RICARDO RODRIGUES CASTILHO53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices326Please, sign here: flow, validation and authorship of documents in the practices of state officials.Diego Valdivieso53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices461Las políticas públicas de género en el contexto de las nuevas derechas en Uruguay. Nuevas formas de (des) hacer políticasVerónica Camors, Valentina AllesValentina Alles53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices489Participatory Peace Policy as Power Practice. The Case of Regional Development Programs (PDET) in the Colombian Peace Bureaucracy.Philipp Naucke53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices534Social Audits In India: Reflections on Power structuresAbhijay Choudhary53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices551Management as imagination and imagination management: educational assessment of students in the implementation of New High School (Brazil, Federal District)MARIANA CINTRA RABELO53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices587Development, sanitarism and state practices in the Jequitinhonha Valley, Minas Gerais, BrazilAndré Luís Lopes Borges de Mattos, Ana Paula Azevedo HemmiAna Paula Azevedo Hemmi53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices674The constitution of the local State through the practices and interpersonal relationships in a historical and ethnographic key.Gala Aguero53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices677Water and conflicts: policies and negotiation in the Peruvian AndesJimena Salazar Montoya53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices732Materialities of the intangible: (in)conveniences for the management of populations in cultural heritage policies in Minas Gerais, BrazilAna Paula Lessa Belone, Guilherme Eugênio MoreiraGuilherme Eugênio Moreira53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices807Protection ambiguities: “LGBTI asylum” in Brazil halfway between “sexual democracies” and “neoconservatism”Lucas Odilon53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices827Surface Water Quality and Public Policy in Mexico: From Capture to Institutionalized CorruptionCindy Claudia McCulligh53 Governmental policies and power practices: connections, margins and devices
54Exploring the potential of creative visual methods in creating worlds that upset the definition of possibleAngelica Cabezas PinoLetizia Bonanno400Drawing desire: Queering the past through Japanese shota comicsKarl Andersson54 Exploring the potential of creative visual methods in creating worlds that upset the definition of possible413Drawing one’s place out of scratch: the multimodal entanglement of narratives and sketches of homes rendered by migrants across EuropeSara Bonfanti54 Exploring the potential of creative visual methods in creating worlds that upset the definition of possible484“When dogs show you their belly, it's because they feel protected”– materializing children’s affective practices with pets using visual methodsJoana Catela, Verónica Policarpo, Clara VenâncioVerónica Policarpo, Clara Venâncio54 Exploring the potential of creative visual methods in creating worlds that upset the definition of possible523no justice, no peace: an abolitionist re/orientationNina Friedman54 Exploring the potential of creative visual methods in creating worlds that upset the definition of possible546#BreakingCodeSilence, Meme-Making, & Memory-Work: Confronting Institutional Child Abuse in the United StatesMelinda Gurr54 Exploring the potential of creative visual methods in creating worlds that upset the definition of possible853Affections and images of self-care among women in social networks.Marcelo Alves Lima54 Exploring the potential of creative visual methods in creating worlds that upset the definition of possible
55Sports interconnections in a possible world [Commission of Anthropology of Sports]Luiz Fernando RojoJèrôme of Soldani6Taiwan and its Baseball Heritage. An Isolated Island Connected to the World of BaseballJérôme SOLDANI55 Sports interconnections in a possible world [Commission of Anthropology of Sports]183Ponte Pila Community Sports: social sports training program, before and in times of Pandemic, in Mexico City.Sergio Fernández González55 Sports interconnections in a possible world [Commission of Anthropology of Sports]423The largest box lacrosse tournament in Europe – Aleš Hřebeský Memorial – a place of interconnection of various cultural heritagesLivia Savelkova, Milan DurnakMilan Durnak55 Sports interconnections in a possible world [Commission of Anthropology of Sports]437Public Policies for Adapted Sports in Rio de Janeiro, BrazilLuiz Fernando Rojo55 Sports interconnections in a possible world [Commission of Anthropology of Sports]486Reinventing tradition: Brazilian interpretation of martial arts with a philosophical background of Asian origin –Nei Kung and I Ai Do.Fabiana Cristina Turelli, Carlos María Tejero-González, Alexandre Fernandez VazCarlos María Tejero-González, Alexandre Fernandez Vaz55 Sports interconnections in a possible world [Commission of Anthropology of Sports]
56Heritage, an educational challenge for world citizens [Commission on Anthropology and Education, Commission on Documentation, WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force].Giovanna GusliniSabine Klocke-Daffa, Antonella Imperatriz Tassinari36O património cultural: o desafio tem início no contexto educacional de todosAurora Guimarães Brochado56 Heritage, an educational challenge for world citizens [Commission on Anthropology and Education, Commission on Documentation, WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force].393Touring Iyonda leprosarium again? Leprosy, modernity, and sharing heritage through public education in DR Congo and BelgiumPatrick J Devlieger, Eric Metho NkayiluEric Metho Nkayilu56 Heritage, an educational challenge for world citizens [Commission on Anthropology and Education, Commission on Documentation, WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force].605Teaching Solar Calendar knowledge of Yi/ Mayan and Polish Culture at Lvyin School --Protecting KUSHI ICH related literatureGa WU, zhiyou sha, rui wang, MARIA KACZMAREKzhiyou sha, rui wang, MARIA KACZMAREK56 Heritage, an educational challenge for world citizens [Commission on Anthropology and Education, Commission on Documentation, WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force].607Ethnographic maps of nearby territories. The space of the village as seen by the local communityAnna Bi?ka, Kaja Kojder-DemskaKaja Kojder-Demska56 Heritage, an educational challenge for world citizens [Commission on Anthropology and Education, Commission on Documentation, WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force].615The Role of the Teacher: Anthropology in the Education for TomorrowNatalia Tereshchenko56 Heritage, an educational challenge for world citizens [Commission on Anthropology and Education, Commission on Documentation, WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force].784Drawing on the documentation of international heritage projects to redesign an education for conscious and active local/global citizenship.Giovanna Guslini56 Heritage, an educational challenge for world citizens [Commission on Anthropology and Education, Commission on Documentation, WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force].817Some reasons to include the study of cultural and biological heritage in a Faculty of Biology in Morelos, MexicoColumba Monroy-Ortiz, Rafael Monroy-Ortiz, Rafael Monroy-MartínezRafael Monroy-Ortiz, Rafael Monroy-Martínez56 Heritage, an educational challenge for world citizens [Commission on Anthropology and Education, Commission on Documentation, WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force].833"Search for Mankind Cultural Heritage by Green Angel - New Activity of Nuwa Mending Heaven"? "Search of Root" in LeshanXia Wang, Xinyan Chi, Zhiyao Tang, Ruiyan WuXinyan Chi, Zhiyao Tang, Ruiyan Wu56 Heritage, an educational challenge for world citizens [Commission on Anthropology and Education, Commission on Documentation, WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force].894DiscussantVesna Vu?ini? Neškovi?56 Heritage, an educational challenge for world citizens [Commission on Anthropology and Education, Commission on Documentation, WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force].896Integrating Intangible Cultural Heritage into EducationXi Chen, SHIRUO LIANGSHIRUO LIANG56 Heritage, an educational challenge for world citizens [Commission on Anthropology and Education, Commission on Documentation, WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force].897Indigenous Museuns in Brazil: new ways of cultural heritage transmissionAntonella Tassinari56 Heritage, an educational challenge for world citizens [Commission on Anthropology and Education, Commission on Documentation, WCAA Global Cultural Policies Task Force].
57Ethnography of Colonial Heritage in Contemporary InstitutionsVinicius Kauê FerreiraFaten Khazaei41Applying Critical Discourse Analysis on the heritage laws of Guatemala: Authorized Heritage Discourse, colonialism, and othering.Irene Martí Gil57 Ethnography of Colonial Heritage in Contemporary Institutions355Disonancias narrativas y pensamiento colonial: jóvenes migrantes marroquíes frente a jóvenes migrantes de África Occidental en el Estado españolElisa Floristán Millán57 Ethnography of Colonial Heritage in Contemporary Institutions421When the postcolonial meets the neo-liberal: the case of Indian social scientists in EuropeVinicius Kauê Ferreira57 Ethnography of Colonial Heritage in Contemporary Institutions494The Codex of Liberec: One Maya FalsumZuzana Korecká57 Ethnography of Colonial Heritage in Contemporary Institutions554Colonial representations and discourses in institutional treating of social problems in EuropeFaten Khazaei57 Ethnography of Colonial Heritage in Contemporary Institutions562The Aftermath of Colonialism: Supremacy of English in Indian schoolsBianca Daw57 Ethnography of Colonial Heritage in Contemporary Institutions683Reinterpreting Dissonant Colonial Heritage: Post-colonial Heritage Adjustment of Spanish Colonial Heritage in Intramuros, Manila, PhilippinesLuigie Lursh G. Almojano57 Ethnography of Colonial Heritage in Contemporary Institutions717Religion teachers facing the religious discriminationJung sue Rhee57 Ethnography of Colonial Heritage in Contemporary Institutions
58Heritage: the local and the global in pandemic timesalicia norma gonzalez de castellsmonica beatriz rotman, josé de jesús hernández lópez, elizabeth margarita hernández lópez307HERITAGE IN PANDEMIC: STRATEGIES AND ACTIVATIONS IN THE PROCESSES OF RESTORATION AND VALORIZATIONMónica Beatriz Rotman58 Heritage: the local and the global in pandemic times420Cultural heritage as touristic resource: a mapping study of the impacts of Covid-19 in the Jaraguá’s historic center, MaceióRafael De Oliveira Rodrigues58 Heritage: the local and the global in pandemic times507DIGITALIZAÇÃO, DESCRIÇÃO, ANÁLISE E DISPONIBILIZAÇÃO À PESQUISA DO ACERVO DOS PROJETOS ARQUITETÔNICOS DO ARQUIVO HISTÓRICO DE JOINVILLEGiane Maria de Souza, Dinorah Luisa de Melo Rocha BrüskeDinorah Luisa de Melo Rocha Brüske58 Heritage: the local and the global in pandemic times708bens patrimoniais urbanos na mira das práticas do cotidiano em tempos de pandemia global (COVID 19)alicia norma gonzalez de castells58 Heritage: the local and the global in pandemic times808Funerary traditions of indigenous Amuzgos: Between local heritage and recommendations to avoid the spread of COVID19.Jose de Jesus Hernandez Lopez, Elizabeth M. Hernandez Lopez, Geovani Valtierra Gil, Ever Sánchez OsorioElizabeth M. Hernandez Lopez, Geovani Valtierra Gil, Ever Sánchez Osorio58 Heritage: the local and the global in pandemic times884Politic economy of peyote (Lophophora williamsii).Mauricio Genet Guzman Chavez58 Heritage: the local and the global in pandemic times
59Heritage and work. Implications of patrimonializing on today [Enterprise Anthropology]diego hernán varón rojasnadia giral sancho82Lo que desune la política lo une el pozole. El turismo en la Política de Fomento a la Gastronomía NacionalMARIA DE LOS ANGELES PALMA TENANGO59 Heritage and work. Implications of patrimonializing on today [Enterprise Anthropology]124El paisaje interétnico en el proceso de la patrimonialización del ganado en San Francisco de Borja (Chihuahua – México).Nadia Giral Sancho59 Heritage and work. Implications of patrimonializing on today [Enterprise Anthropology]125En busca de la ganadería colombiana como patrimonio. Una reflexión desde el trabajo, los cantos, y la identidad cultural.Diego Hernán Varón Rojas59 Heritage and work. Implications of patrimonializing on today [Enterprise Anthropology]277“Cellular” Development Model of Packagers and their business practices in China-Russia Border PortSUN XIAOCHEN59 Heritage and work. Implications of patrimonializing on today [Enterprise Anthropology]
60Objects: reflections from Anthropology, heritage, design and other possible disciplinary and global interconnectionsMarina Laura MatarreseMercedes Martínez González21Reimaging the Anthropocene: Middle-Eastern Perspectives on Climate Justice and Radical InterdependencyCara Judea Alhadeff60 Objects: reflections from Anthropology, heritage, design and other possible disciplinary and global interconnections101Disentangling networks: agents, objects and places within the ethnographic collections gathered by Martin Gusinde in Tierra del FuegoAna Butto, Danae FioreDanae Fiore60 Objects: reflections from Anthropology, heritage, design and other possible disciplinary and global interconnections337The study of the cultural identity and national identity of the Southwest minorities under the rule of Chinese ConfucianismLIU GELIANG60 Objects: reflections from Anthropology, heritage, design and other possible disciplinary and global interconnections345Diseño de menú sostenible en Barcelona: experiencias de restaurantes y proveedores locales.manuela alvarenga nascimento60 Objects: reflections from Anthropology, heritage, design and other possible disciplinary and global interconnections365De los aviones a los museos: lo que la memoria guarda en moldes de metal, porcelana y sedaCarolina Castellitti60 Objects: reflections from Anthropology, heritage, design and other possible disciplinary and global interconnections372Is it possible to develop a cognitive archaeology in Mesoamerica? The cognitive dimension of archaeological artifactsjorge alfredo robles-zamora60 Objects: reflections from Anthropology, heritage, design and other possible disciplinary and global interconnections470El valor de archivos para la reconstrucción de histórica de políticas culturales en Formosa, Argentina. 1970-2000Lida Analia Torina60 Objects: reflections from Anthropology, heritage, design and other possible disciplinary and global interconnections495Female empowerment, resistance and ethnoaesthetics: P'urhépecha textile creators in MichoacánLORENA OJEDA-DAVILA, Iris CalderónIris Calderón60 Objects: reflections from Anthropology, heritage, design and other possible disciplinary and global interconnections496Trayectorias culturales de un objeto de moda. Encuentros y desencuentros entre el textil tradicional y la moda contemporánea.Roberto Gonzalez Rodriguez60 Objects: reflections from Anthropology, heritage, design and other possible disciplinary and global interconnections
61Globalizations, interconnections and resistance: sport as a heuristic strategy [Anthropology of Sports]Jorge Rosendo Negroe AlvarezRicardo Duarte Bajaña, Kevin Daniel Rozo Rondón46Intangible Heritage, Securitization practices, and Youth Resistance Proposals in a Soccer Fans Group in MéxicoRicardo Duarte Bajaña61 Globalizations, interconnections and resistance: sport as a heuristic strategy [Anthropology of Sports]92"If we talk about killing, my words kill": El Matador, chants and discursive connection between soccer supporters in Latin AmericaJorge Rosendo Negroe61 Globalizations, interconnections and resistance: sport as a heuristic strategy [Anthropology of Sports]93Fútbol e identidad. Sacralidad y resistencia a través de la literaturaLuca Benvenga61 Globalizations, interconnections and resistance: sport as a heuristic strategy [Anthropology of Sports]170JUGADORES MIGRANTES EN EL FUTBOL AMATEUR. LA TALACHA COMO ACTIVIDAD ECONÓMICA DE ESTATUS.MONICA DE LA VEGA CARREGHA61 Globalizations, interconnections and resistance: sport as a heuristic strategy [Anthropology of Sports]324Eurocentric globalization of Football. Coloniality, consumption and identities of transnational fans in Latin AmericaKevin Daniel Rozo61 Globalizations, interconnections and resistance: sport as a heuristic strategy [Anthropology of Sports]374CONFIGURACIONES SENSIBLES EN LA PRACTICA DEPORTIVA DE PLAYA EN URUGUAYMacarena Elzaurdia61 Globalizations, interconnections and resistance: sport as a heuristic strategy [Anthropology of Sports]424The HFC Falke as an institutionalized protest against Modern FootballChristian Brandt61 Globalizations, interconnections and resistance: sport as a heuristic strategy [Anthropology of Sports]458Football, aguante and country. “Guerriados”: Aguante measured in kilometersSergio Andres Caro Acuña61 Globalizations, interconnections and resistance: sport as a heuristic strategy [Anthropology of Sports]521DEPOR...VIDA:Una experiencia de deporte social comunitario a través del boxeo popular con jóvenes ex habitantes de calle en Bogotá Colombia.Alejandro Villanueva Bustos61 Globalizations, interconnections and resistance: sport as a heuristic strategy [Anthropology of Sports]552Local experiences and global imaginaries in urban-street sports: spots in parkour, skateboarding and streetworkout in Mexico CitySergio Varela61 Globalizations, interconnections and resistance: sport as a heuristic strategy [Anthropology of Sports]
63Erotic affective diversity: pathways, practices, links and identities [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]Laura Mercedes OyhantcabalBlanca García Peral, Susana Rostagnol73“Ahora los chavos buscan a los gays para estrenarse…”: representaciones sobre la homosexualidad en una comunidad rural de Veracruzarcelia isbet suárez sarmiento63 Erotic affective diversity: pathways, practices, links and identities [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]308Bride Price in Modern China ——An Inspection and Discussion on its issuesWenxuan Luo63 Erotic affective diversity: pathways, practices, links and identities [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]500Amor curativo, eróticas y poéticas de la sanación. Una lectura afectada de Audre Lorde en pandemia.Paula Satta63 Erotic affective diversity: pathways, practices, links and identities [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]617Delitos morales en el porfiriato. El caso de la sodomia en Yucatán.LUIS ROBERTO CANTO63 Erotic affective diversity: pathways, practices, links and identities [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]696El desborde de lo erótico. Prácticas BDSM y poliamorosas en Uruguay.Laura Recalde, Mercedes OyhantcabalMercedes Oyhantcabal63 Erotic affective diversity: pathways, practices, links and identities [Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]
64Anthropology and Popular Education: Mutual Involvement in Times of epistemic decolonization.Ana Paula MorelLuiza Flores, Maria Elena Torres, Mariana Mora89Epistemologies of Ginga: Afro-Brazilian culture and popular educationRicardo Nascimento64 Anthropology and Popular Education: Mutual Involvement in Times of epistemic decolonization.304Participatory approaches to evaluation in sport for development: the ambiguities of empowerment and organisational change.Arthur Gaillard64 Anthropology and Popular Education: Mutual Involvement in Times of epistemic decolonization.570Sujeira e farelo na sala de Casa: O Ocupa Alemão: Favela/Quilombo e a Casa da Dona Zilda.Caroline Lima Souza de Lucena64 Anthropology and Popular Education: Mutual Involvement in Times of epistemic decolonization.820Sociability, epistemic apropriations: percieving and acting on school traumatic processes at a course to prepare LGBTIs for college entrance examsTheodoro de Carvalho Teles64 Anthropology and Popular Education: Mutual Involvement in Times of epistemic decolonization.829Educación popular feminista en tiempos de pandemiaCarmen L Diaz Alba, Jéssica M CoyotécatlJéssica M Coyotécatl64 Anthropology and Popular Education: Mutual Involvement in Times of epistemic decolonization.839La transmisión en las culturas afro-ibero-americanas, un camino hacia la descolonialización de la antropologíaMontserrat Fitó64 Anthropology and Popular Education: Mutual Involvement in Times of epistemic decolonization.
65Indigenous peoples and processes of patrimonialization: Critical views on contexts, policies and conflictsMelisa Ailén RoaJulieta Magallanes, Patricia Ayala, Camila Gianotti García147Resistencias/re-existencias epistémicas indígenas campesinas para construir mundos sustentables otros versus extractivismo en la Sierra de Santa Marta (Veracruz, México)Jesús Moreno Arriba65 Indigenous peoples and processes of patrimonialization: Critical views on contexts, policies and conflicts178El patrimonio cultural y la población indígena aledañaMANUEL BUENROSTRO ALBA65 Indigenous peoples and processes of patrimonialization: Critical views on contexts, policies and conflicts364A study of Chilean ethnicity through time and space: its changes in time and comparison with neighboring countries.Alexandra Andrea Castro Stepanova65 Indigenous peoples and processes of patrimonialization: Critical views on contexts, policies and conflicts389De lo "prehistórico" y lo "étnico" hacia identificaciones situadas en las comunidades andinas de Tarapacá (norte de Chile)Francisca Andrea Urrutia, Mauricio Iván RodríguezMauricio Iván Rodríguez65 Indigenous peoples and processes of patrimonialization: Critical views on contexts, policies and conflicts401Rethinking Museum Practices: The Controversy around the “Children of Llullaillaco” and its Relation with Broader DiscussionsDaniela Greca65 Indigenous peoples and processes of patrimonialization: Critical views on contexts, policies and conflicts524"La música propia Misak no es una chirimía" Simplificación y reproducción social de la indiferencia en los procesos de patrimonialización.Oscar Giovanni Martínez65 Indigenous peoples and processes of patrimonialization: Critical views on contexts, policies and conflicts558Growing pains: some thoughts about the dialogue between archaeologists and indigenous collectives in UruguayMoira Sotelo, Gonzalo Figueiro65 Indigenous peoples and processes of patrimonialization: Critical views on contexts, policies and conflicts564Tiempos de restitución-reparaciónCarolina Flavia Crespo65 Indigenous peoples and processes of patrimonialization: Critical views on contexts, policies and conflicts718Reflexiones sobre Memoria, Afecto e Intimidad. Imágenes de un vínculo entre las mujeres y la platería mapucheAna Margarita Ramos65 Indigenous peoples and processes of patrimonialization: Critical views on contexts, policies and conflicts745Cuando el conocimiento científico deviene en práctica extractivista: un conflicto epistemológico y ontológico en la comunidad mapuche Cerro Cóndor, ChubutValentina Stella, Kaia SantistebanKaia Santisteban65 Indigenous peoples and processes of patrimonialization: Critical views on contexts, policies and conflicts764Monitoreando al volcán Lanín: Aportes al entendimiento sobre el resguardo de un sitio sagrado natural en territorio mapuchemalena pell richards65 Indigenous peoples and processes of patrimonialization: Critical views on contexts, policies and conflicts816Luchas del pueblo mapuche contra las políticas oficiales de archivamiento en Viedma, Río NegroPaula Inés Cecchi65 Indigenous peoples and processes of patrimonialization: Critical views on contexts, policies and conflicts822Áreas protegidas en Chile y Uruguay: Demandas territoriales y gobernanza más allá de la conservación.Ximena Lagios65 Indigenous peoples and processes of patrimonialization: Critical views on contexts, policies and conflicts823Proceso de elaboración con comunidades indígenas de un protocolo sobre tratamiento de enterratorios en contextos neoextractivistas en la Patagonia argentinaMariela Eva Rodríguez, María José FiguereroMaría José Figuerero65 Indigenous peoples and processes of patrimonialization: Critical views on contexts, policies and conflicts
66The role of Anthropology in the Decolonization of Museums and Ethnographic Collections [Commission Museums and Cultural Heritage (COMACH)]Mohan Kant GautamSatya Narayan Munda, Suramya Bansal233Curadoria compartilhada na Exposição Makú Tá Muraki, no Museu Amazônico/UFAM: Reflexões sobre a prática antropológicaLilian Débora Lima66 The role of Anthropology in the Decolonization of Museums and Ethnographic Collections [Commission Museums and Cultural Heritage (COMACH)]321Khai-Tchi Returns. Ethnographic Museums Collections in the Context of Turcki? Heroic Epos Revitalization: Decolonising Ethnocultural Heritage in Siberia, RussiaVladimir V. Poddubikov66 The role of Anthropology in the Decolonization of Museums and Ethnographic Collections [Commission Museums and Cultural Heritage (COMACH)]553An Amerindian ethnographic collection in Italy: how to rethink dialogues in museum spacesParide Bollettin66 The role of Anthropology in the Decolonization of Museums and Ethnographic Collections [Commission Museums and Cultural Heritage (COMACH)]691Collections as captivity, and some colonial occlusions in Southern Chile: museum decolonization as a self-dismantling protocolLucas da Costa Maciel66 The role of Anthropology in the Decolonization of Museums and Ethnographic Collections [Commission Museums and Cultural Heritage (COMACH)]
67Indigenous peoples responding to the Covid-19 in Americas: dialogues towards the decolonization of global health [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]Amanda Horta Christine McCourt, Francineia Bitencourt Fontes,Sandra Benites316Luta, vida e pandemia na terra ApinajéJúlio Kamêr Ribeiro Apinajé, Odilon Rodrigues Morais Neto, Sheila Maxy ApinajéOdilon Rodrigues Morais Neto, Sheila Maxy Apinajé67 Indigenous peoples responding to the Covid-19 in Americas: dialogues towards the decolonization of global health [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]350La representación del Reto al Tepozteco en tiempos de COVID-19Carolina Buenrostro Pérez67 Indigenous peoples responding to the Covid-19 in Americas: dialogues towards the decolonization of global health [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]455Mirando Mundos PossíveisAna Carolina Estrela da Costa, Luiza SerberLuiza Serber67 Indigenous peoples responding to the Covid-19 in Americas: dialogues towards the decolonization of global health [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]589Entre luto e luta: protagonismo das mulheres indígenas das regiões sul e extremo sul da Bahia no combate à Covid-19Nathalie Le Bouler Pavelic, Vanessa Carvalho dos Santos, Rutian do Rosário Santos, Jéssica Silva de QuadrosVanessa Carvalho dos Santos, Rutian do Rosário Santos, Jéssica Silva de Quadros67 Indigenous peoples responding to the Covid-19 in Americas: dialogues towards the decolonization of global health [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]705Território é vida: respostas Kaingang à pandemia de COVID-19Ana Letícia Meira Schweig, Rejane Pafej Nunes, Iracema Ga Téh NascimentoRejane Pafej Nunes, Iracema Ga Téh Nascimento67 Indigenous peoples responding to the Covid-19 in Americas: dialogues towards the decolonization of global health [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]812Povos indígenas no Semiárido brasileiro e a Covid-19: notas iniciais sobre autonomia hídrica como estratégia de enfrentamento à pandemiaLara Erendira Almeida de Andrade, Socorro Siqueira Kapinawá, Cristiane Gomes Julião Pankararu, Paulidayane Cavalcanti de LimaSocorro Siqueira Kapinawá, Cristiane Gomes Julião Pankararu, Paulidayane Cavalcanti de Lima67 Indigenous peoples responding to the Covid-19 in Americas: dialogues towards the decolonization of global health [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]886“Rio Negro, nós cuidamos”: mulheres indígenas, cosmopolíticas do cuidado e saúde pública na pandemia de COVID-19 no noroeste amazônico brasileiro.José Miguel Olivar, Dulce Meire Mendes Morais, Elizângela da Silva Costa, Bruno Ribeiro MarquesDulce Meire Mendes Morais, Elizângela da Silva Costa, Bruno Ribeiro Marques67 Indigenous peoples responding to the Covid-19 in Americas: dialogues towards the decolonization of global health [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]
68The future under debate: anthropological viewsDelázkar Noel Rizo GutierrezJavier Serrano, Carlos Casas, Eduardo Zárate12Ecological utopia in Lacandon Rainforest: lacandons of Nahá as environmental subjectsDelázkar Noel Rizo Gutiérrez68 The future under debate: anthropological views153Contemporaneidad, presencia y futuro entre los mixtecos de Oaxaca.Nicolás Olivos Santoyo68 The future under debate: anthropological views210The future as an anthropological problem: two proposals to discussJAVIER OVIDIO SERRANO68 The future under debate: anthropological views258Proyectos, organizaciones y utopíasJosé Eduardo Zárate Hernández68 The future under debate: anthropological views634"Saying Past, Saying Present, Saying Future": Community, ‘Pan-Indigenism’, and the Politics of Difference.Carlos Alberto Casas Mendoza68 The future under debate: anthropological views782Reclaimed from history, the future returns to timeFelipe Coimbra Moretti, Laura LS CarvalhoLaura LS Carvalho68 The future under debate: anthropological views814Caminos posibles para habitar un futuro: consideraciones etnográficas desde las afectividades localesisidora belen mora68 The future under debate: anthropological views
69Cultural Heritage dynamics, performances and artistic expressions in urban contexts [Intangible Cultural Heritage]Renata de Sá GonçalvesJulieta Infantino, Hernán Morel20Mulheres Guarani e a comercialização de artesanatos em espaços urbanos brasileiros: protagonismos e trocas de saberes.Viviane Coneglian Carrilho de Vasconcelos69 Cultural Heritage dynamics, performances and artistic expressions in urban contexts [Intangible Cultural Heritage]250Procesos de disputa por el reconocimiento del arte circense en ArgentinaJulieta Infantino69 Cultural Heritage dynamics, performances and artistic expressions in urban contexts [Intangible Cultural Heritage]273Lutas antirracistas, feministas e LGBT no carimbó paraense: tensões e disputas nas culturas populares brasileirasLorena Avellar de Muniagurria69 Cultural Heritage dynamics, performances and artistic expressions in urban contexts [Intangible Cultural Heritage]311El tango en emergencia: procesos políticos, organizativos y reflexiones a partir de la Encuesta Federal de Trabajadore/as del Tango (Argentina).Hernán Morel69 Cultural Heritage dynamics, performances and artistic expressions in urban contexts [Intangible Cultural Heritage]467LOS PROCESOS CULTURALES COMO DETERMINANTES RELACIONALES DEL CRECIMIENTO URBANOMaria Eugenia Encinas Moreno69 Cultural Heritage dynamics, performances and artistic expressions in urban contexts [Intangible Cultural Heritage]597Arte, transformación y participación comunitaria. Reflexiones en torno a lo “comunitario” en grupos de teatro de la ciudad de BuenosCamila Mercado69 Cultural Heritage dynamics, performances and artistic expressions in urban contexts [Intangible Cultural Heritage]630Entre danzas y monumentos. Relaciones generacionales e identificaciones en contextos de migraciónGabriela Novaro69 Cultural Heritage dynamics, performances and artistic expressions in urban contexts [Intangible Cultural Heritage]794Buscando caminos a través de la mezcla: recorridos laborales de músicos y bailarines de salsa en Río de JaneiroMaria Pilar Cabanzo69 Cultural Heritage dynamics, performances and artistic expressions in urban contexts [Intangible Cultural Heritage]825El público de la música indie en Yucatán, formación, identidad y performance: Investigación en curso.Alejandro J. Castilla69 Cultural Heritage dynamics, performances and artistic expressions in urban contexts [Intangible Cultural Heritage]872Discomforting cultural heritages: Walking through Rio de Janeiro’s ‘Little Africa’Renata de Sá Gonçalves69 Cultural Heritage dynamics, performances and artistic expressions in urban contexts [Intangible Cultural Heritage]
71Challenges for kinship studies in the twenty-first centuryDavid RobichauxJavier Serrano, Juan Carlos Rosario,Juan Pablo Ferreiro505Kinship Re-Imagined: Creating Pathways Towards ReconciliationStephanie Jane Bartlett71 Challenges for kinship studies in the twenty-first century575Economía informal y moral en los Andes despoblados. Caso comparado del intercambio fronterizo e indígena en la precordillera de AricaCristhian Cerna71 Challenges for kinship studies in the twenty-first century603Normas, prácticas y transacciones en torno a la alianza matrimonial: etnografías en Guerrero y OaxacaRamos Gil Irene71 Challenges for kinship studies in the twenty-first century648La sangre, las prácticas y la pertenencia colectiva. Relaciones generacionales e identificaciones en contextos de migraciónGabriela Novaro71 Challenges for kinship studies in the twenty-first century651Estrategias domésticas en condiciones de movilidad. Contrapuntos de parentesco en contextos rurales y semi-urbanos de Contramaestre, Santiago de CubaJuan Carlos Rosario71 Challenges for kinship studies in the twenty-first century652Bilateralidad, patrilíneas y disputas político-religiosas en los Andes argentinosJuan Pablo Ferreiro71 Challenges for kinship studies in the twenty-first century682Las condiciones de vulnerabilidad de las familias rurales en ArgentinaMelina Neiman71 Challenges for kinship studies in the twenty-first century702Entramados familiares de retorno transnacional entre California y YucatánAdriana Cruz-Manjarrez71 Challenges for kinship studies in the twenty-first century753Is there a second demographic transition among Indigenous and Mestizos of Mexico? Family formation expectations among young indigenous of centralAllan Ortega-Muñoz, Angélica González-OliverAngélica González-Oliver71 Challenges for kinship studies in the twenty-first century756Parentesco ficticio y vejezLeticia Robles-Silva71 Challenges for kinship studies in the twenty-first century770Perspectivas del sistema familiar mesoamericano en el siglo XXI: persistencias, reconfiguraciones y adaptacionesDavid Luke Robichaux71 Challenges for kinship studies in the twenty-first century
73Transient birds, horizontal reflection on cross-border migrationsInés Cornejo Portugal, Cornelia GiebelerCornelia Giebeler105Everyone's book. Creative and inclusive literacy with middle and high school youth in southern Yucatán, México.Inés Cornejo, Vicente CastellanosVicente Castellanos73 Transient birds, horizontal reflection on cross-border migrations422De la horizontalidad a la cocreación. Reflexiones desde los discursos autobiográficos de jóvenes migrantes de Oaxaca en la CDMXBrenda Cruz Ortega73 Transient birds, horizontal reflection on cross-border migrations513En la nostalgia juvenil de Tierra CalienteMaritza Urteaga, Perla MedinaPerla Medina73 Transient birds, horizontal reflection on cross-border migrations541¿Explicar la migración desde el conocimiento hegemónico o desde el diálogo de saberes?Mirian Solis Lizama, Patricia Fortuny Loret de MolaPatricia Fortuny Loret de Mola73 Transient birds, horizontal reflection on cross-border migrations646Nómadas estacionales y permanentes: estrategias y tácticas en las interacciones cotidianas de los “gringos” y “gringos canadienses” (Mazatlán, Sinaloa).Victoria Isabela Corduneanu73 Transient birds, horizontal reflection on cross-border migrations653Historias desde la vida de mujeres migrantes México - California: un acercamiento a las prácticas horizontalesTeresa Guadalupe Escamilla Paredes, María Susana Flores Ploneda, Mariel Portela RubioMaría Susana Flores Ploneda, Mariel Portela Rubio73 Transient birds, horizontal reflection on cross-border migrations775Disappearing in the floods. Testimonios of the third generation after the dam building in Alto Bío Bío/Chile.Cornelia Giebeler73 Transient birds, horizontal reflection on cross-border migrations
74Ethnographic Audiovisual Archives: Indigenous People and Restitution of their Cultures [Commission of Museums and Cultural Heritage (COMACH)]Rad MinaSoheila Shahshahani, Denise Machado Cardoso, José Da Silva Ribeiro49La reconstrucción del parentesco guaraní desde los Padrones colonialesRafael Fernandes Mendes Júnior74 Ethnographic Audiovisual Archives: Indigenous People and Restitution of their Cultures [Commission of Museums and Cultural Heritage (COMACH)]52Ethnographic returns. Reflections on Memory Processes And Archive FilmAnne Gustavsson74 Ethnographic Audiovisual Archives: Indigenous People and Restitution of their Cultures [Commission of Museums and Cultural Heritage (COMACH)]331Portrayal of indigenous women in Colonial writings: An auto ethnographer's reflectionAvitoli G Zhimo74 Ethnographic Audiovisual Archives: Indigenous People and Restitution of their Cultures [Commission of Museums and Cultural Heritage (COMACH)]594Images of indigenous women in colonial writings: An auto ethnographic insightsAvitoli G Zhimo74 Ethnographic Audiovisual Archives: Indigenous People and Restitution of their Cultures [Commission of Museums and Cultural Heritage (COMACH)]637Sabedoria perdida(?): a morte de Tapîm Ka'aporAlesandro Ricardo Campos74 Ethnographic Audiovisual Archives: Indigenous People and Restitution of their Cultures [Commission of Museums and Cultural Heritage (COMACH)]
75Multiple forms of violence in the contexts of extractivism and dispossession: anthropological perspectives on women’s resistance.Natalia De MarinisSusanne Hofmann, Verónica Alejandra Velázquez Guerrero69En un rincón de la frontera se teje insurgencia. Mujeres organizadas construyendo territorios encarnados ante la (re)patriarcalizaciónDelmy Tania Cruz Hernandez75 Multiple forms of violence in the contexts of extractivism and dispossession: anthropological perspectives on women’s resistance.109"Es tiempo de la sutileza" Emociones, participación y resistencia de las mujeres en el Soconusco de Chiapas.Carolina Elizabeth Díaz Iñigo75 Multiple forms of violence in the contexts of extractivism and dispossession: anthropological perspectives on women’s resistance.213Extractivismo, injusticias hídricas y usos estratégicos del agua: el caso de las mujeres campesino-indígenas en Santiago del Estero (Argentina)Mariela Pena75 Multiple forms of violence in the contexts of extractivism and dispossession: anthropological perspectives on women’s resistance.357Por los caminos de Tehuantepec: género y violencia en los intersticios del desarrollo en el istmo oaxaqueñoSusana del Carmen Vázquez Vidal75 Multiple forms of violence in the contexts of extractivism and dispossession: anthropological perspectives on women’s resistance.383‘We Stripped and Shouted, ‘Indian Army, Rape Me!’: Militarization, Armed Rebellion and Women's Resistance in ManipurSumitra Thoidingjam75 Multiple forms of violence in the contexts of extractivism and dispossession: anthropological perspectives on women’s resistance.408Cosmopolitan performances as survival strategies – Rwandan cross-border sex workers navigating through violence and conflict in Goma, DRCSuvi Maria Henriikka Lensu75 Multiple forms of violence in the contexts of extractivism and dispossession: anthropological perspectives on women’s resistance.442Malen Leubü: white-water rafting as tool to protect rivers. A case study in pehuenche territory of Alto Bio-Bío, Chile.Elena Palma75 Multiple forms of violence in the contexts of extractivism and dispossession: anthropological perspectives on women’s resistance.601Women’s conceptions of security and other life projects in the face of the Corredor Interoceánico del Istmo de Tehuantepec megaprojectSusanne Hofmann75 Multiple forms of violence in the contexts of extractivism and dispossession: anthropological perspectives on women’s resistance.687Obstetric Violence: the body as confiscated territory.Nancy Paola Chávez Arias75 Multiple forms of violence in the contexts of extractivism and dispossession: anthropological perspectives on women’s resistance.859Extractivismos, espacialidad y agencia de las mujeres en MéxicoVerónica Alejandra Velázquez Guerrero75 Multiple forms of violence in the contexts of extractivism and dispossession: anthropological perspectives on women’s resistance.
77“Heritage as a Political Tool: Affirming or Rejecting Marginalization” [Commission on Marginalization and Global Apartheid and Commission on Anthropology of Tourism]Marie WallaceNatalie Bloch212Traditional and political agencies of Candomblé communities in Cultural Heritage policiesDesiree Ramos Tozi77 “Heritage as a Political Tool: Affirming or Rejecting Marginalization” [Commission on Marginalization and Global Apartheid and Commission on Anthropology of Tourism]287Transnational Memory Practices of the People Living with Minamata Disease: From the Johannesburg Summit to the Minamata Convention on MercuryKentaro Shimoda77 “Heritage as a Political Tool: Affirming or Rejecting Marginalization” [Commission on Marginalization and Global Apartheid and Commission on Anthropology of Tourism]354Hidden memories and non-preservation of this Colonial Heritage Space: Swakopmund Genocide War Graves.Carl Pesat77 “Heritage as a Political Tool: Affirming or Rejecting Marginalization” [Commission on Marginalization and Global Apartheid and Commission on Anthropology of Tourism]722Heritagization of “Europe”: Non-heteronormative urban activism in Wroclaw, PolandMonika Baer77 “Heritage as a Political Tool: Affirming or Rejecting Marginalization” [Commission on Marginalization and Global Apartheid and Commission on Anthropology of Tourism]749Challenging Marginalization: Reclaiming Heritage and Identity through Local Lifeways of Descendants of Lithuanian Exiles in Trans-Volga RussiaVytis Ciubrinskas77 “Heritage as a Political Tool: Affirming or Rejecting Marginalization” [Commission on Marginalization and Global Apartheid and Commission on Anthropology of Tourism]
78Cultural Policies of MemoryRocío RuizAngela Giglia, Práxedes Muñoz179Policies of Memory in Mexico City: the Construction of the Category of Resident Indigenous CommunitiesAguayo Adriana78 Cultural Policies of Memory460Patrimonialización y memorias en disputa en el barrio Sur o Barrio Histórico de Colonia del Sacramento-UruguayEmilia ABIN GAYOSO78 Cultural Policies of Memory487MEMORIA MIXTECA: MEMORY AS A GEOGRAPHY OF RESISTANCE IN THE MIXTECA ALTA OF OAXACA, MEXICOElybeth S Alcantar78 Cultural Policies of Memory514Conflict between Urban Intangible Heritage Protection Policy and Ethnic Cultural Tradition: The Development Dilemma of Yao Panwang FestivalJichi Zhang78 Cultural Policies of Memory588"Memorias del ir al cine: cinefilias, salas de cine e identidades urbanas en la Ciudad de México"Ana Rosas Mantecón78 Cultural Policies of Memory629Las colecciones naturales como un elemento de memoria y patrimonio nacionalEdurne Uriarte Uriarte78 Cultural Policies of Memory730Memoria cultural entre mujeres del Senegal en procesos migratorios desde una antropología colaborativa en pro de un feminismo decolonial transnacionalPráxedes Muñoz Sánchez, Fatou SowFatou Sow78 Cultural Policies of Memory7876 And 7 September 1955 Incidents, An Anthropological Case Analysis in The Context Of The Collective Memory And MediaAtilla Kılınç78 Cultural Policies of Memory831Las intervenciones artísticas en el espacio público como políticas culturales de la memoriaRocío Ruiz78 Cultural Policies of Memory844Reimagining the Post-industrial City: Renovations of historical museum and urban spaces in Osaka CityNoriko Watanabe78 Cultural Policies of Memory858La plasticidad de la memoria: cine documental y archivos fílmicosAntonio Zirión Pérez78 Cultural Policies of Memory
79Following the current: Oceanic Diasporic Heritages across the oceansPedro PomboRose Boswell86Patrimonio y medio ambiente: el caso de Ilha de MoçambiquePedro Henrique Baima Paiva79 Following the current: Oceanic Diasporic Heritages across the oceans107Ocean Imperatives: conceptualizing shipping logistics and infrastructure for the study of maritime networks in Southeast AsiaVeronica Walker Vadillo79 Following the current: Oceanic Diasporic Heritages across the oceans165Salted Identity: Coastal Personhoods, Bodies and Re-humanised Ocean ConservationRosabelle Jennifer Boswell79 Following the current: Oceanic Diasporic Heritages across the oceans193Ritual interaction with mermaids. An African example of interspecific communication in the age of Anthropocene.Federica Toldo79 Following the current: Oceanic Diasporic Heritages across the oceans282越南华人妈祖信仰初探——以越南土龙木市为重点 A Preliminary Study of the Belief in Mazu of the Chinese in Vietnam: Focusing on Tulongmu CityHoang Tien Dung79 Following the current: Oceanic Diasporic Heritages across the oceans305Circulación de milagros del Santo Moro: desde Sicilia a las devociones transatlánticas en la Trata de Esclavos.Claudia Salvia79 Following the current: Oceanic Diasporic Heritages across the oceans735Oceanic belongings: Places and memories of Goan diaspora in Tanzania.Pedro Pombo79 Following the current: Oceanic Diasporic Heritages across the oceans
80Christian missions and indigenous patrimony: contradictions and comparisonFrancesca DeclichFrancesca Declich, Melvina Afra Mendes de Araujo158Valor mundial, apropiación local: usos y significados del patrimonio cultural jesuítico-guaraní de ParaguayMaximiliano von Thüngen80 Christian missions and indigenous patrimony: contradictions and comparison252The Yumari Mass in TarahumaraGabriela Gil-Veloz80 Christian missions and indigenous patrimony: contradictions and comparison290Experiencias indigenas de la cultura misional anglicana en el Gran Chaco.Chiara Scardozzi80 Christian missions and indigenous patrimony: contradictions and comparison407Missions, missionaries, indigenous: interactions between intercontinental missionary activitiesMelvina Afra Mendes Araújo80 Christian missions and indigenous patrimony: contradictions and comparison431Brazilian missionaries and African pastors: a relational approach of metamorphosis and ruptureClayton Guerreiro80 Christian missions and indigenous patrimony: contradictions and comparison647Transformational beings: missionary past and the gods of Tuxá peopleLeandro MARQUES Durazzo80 Christian missions and indigenous patrimony: contradictions and comparison700Zigulas’ experience of missionaries in Handeni (Tanzania): imposing a way of life opposite to initiation with educationFrancesca DECLICH80 Christian missions and indigenous patrimony: contradictions and comparison758El Instituto Lingüístico de Verano: 85 años en México y América Latina entre política integracionista del Estado y procesos indentitariosFlavia Cuturi80 Christian missions and indigenous patrimony: contradictions and comparison
81Heritage Imaginaries: Situated knowledge, local-to-global connections, and frictions [Intangible Cultural Heritage; Museums and Cultural Heritage; Anthropology of Tourism]Noel B SalazarAna Elisa Astudillo76Transnational Heritage and Monumentality: Exploring Imaginaries of Discovery and La Hispanidad Between Puerto Rico and SpainDaniel Rosenblum81 Heritage Imaginaries: Situated knowledge, local-to-global connections, and frictions [Intangible Cultural Heritage; Museums and Cultural Heritage; Anthropology of Tourism]154Imaginaries in, of, and for heritage: Some ethnographically grounded conceptual notes and queriesNoel B Salazar81 Heritage Imaginaries: Situated knowledge, local-to-global connections, and frictions [Intangible Cultural Heritage; Museums and Cultural Heritage; Anthropology of Tourism]164Análisis de redes y participación social en procesos de gestión del patrimonio cultural. Herramientas participativas virtuales: Potencialidades y desafíosFernanda ARIAS GOGIN81 Heritage Imaginaries: Situated knowledge, local-to-global connections, and frictions [Intangible Cultural Heritage; Museums and Cultural Heritage; Anthropology of Tourism]177Heritage imaginaries in a post-colonial Andean contextAna Elisa Astudillo Salazar81 Heritage Imaginaries: Situated knowledge, local-to-global connections, and frictions [Intangible Cultural Heritage; Museums and Cultural Heritage; Anthropology of Tourism]182Understanding heritage imaginaries uses as capitalism paradoxes.angeles a. lopez santillan81 Heritage Imaginaries: Situated knowledge, local-to-global connections, and frictions [Intangible Cultural Heritage; Museums and Cultural Heritage; Anthropology of Tourism]261Heritage and Tourism as Infrastructures of Knowledge ProductionDaniel Ramírez Pérez, Matilde Córdoba AzcárateMatilde Córdoba Azcárate81 Heritage Imaginaries: Situated knowledge, local-to-global connections, and frictions [Intangible Cultural Heritage; Museums and Cultural Heritage; Anthropology of Tourism]294An exploration of gahwa (coffee) as intangible cultural heritage in national imaginaries and tourism in Abu Dhabi, UAE.Marzia Balzani, Ayisha Hassan KhansahebAyisha Hassan Khansaheb81 Heritage Imaginaries: Situated knowledge, local-to-global connections, and frictions [Intangible Cultural Heritage; Museums and Cultural Heritage; Anthropology of Tourism]427Past violence as common heritage: Memory cultural struggling with the Herero and Nama GenocideSabine Mannitz81 Heritage Imaginaries: Situated knowledge, local-to-global connections, and frictions [Intangible Cultural Heritage; Museums and Cultural Heritage; Anthropology of Tourism]509Imaginary heritage: abandoned territories potential of the Russian NorthElena Valerievna Samoilova81 Heritage Imaginaries: Situated knowledge, local-to-global connections, and frictions [Intangible Cultural Heritage; Museums and Cultural Heritage; Anthropology of Tourism]686La desposesión como fundamento del turismo patrimonial: narrativas locales sobre la patrimonialización de Teotihuacánbeatriz von saenger81 Heritage Imaginaries: Situated knowledge, local-to-global connections, and frictions [Intangible Cultural Heritage; Museums and Cultural Heritage; Anthropology of Tourism]711"Somos identidad": usos del pasado e imaginarios patrimoniales en la inauguración de un museo arqueológico (Provincia de Santa Cruz, Argentina)Laura Marina Berisso81 Heritage Imaginaries: Situated knowledge, local-to-global connections, and frictions [Intangible Cultural Heritage; Museums and Cultural Heritage; Anthropology of Tourism]776Modern adaptations of the Mah?bh?rata: rethinking and actualization of the ancient Indian epicKsenya A. Maretina81 Heritage Imaginaries: Situated knowledge, local-to-global connections, and frictions [Intangible Cultural Heritage; Museums and Cultural Heritage; Anthropology of Tourism]
83Enterprise Anthropology: Managing heritages and global issues in business [Comission on Enterprise Anthropology]Tobias KoellnerMaria Yotova398The potential of remote ethnography in the time of COVID-19: "Armchair ethnography" in collaboration with a marketing research companyYasunobu Ito83 Enterprise Anthropology: Managing heritages and global issues in business [Comission on Enterprise Anthropology]417Creation of Tourism Products: Reconstruction Tourism on Nagashima IslandKeiko Yamaki83 Enterprise Anthropology: Managing heritages and global issues in business [Comission on Enterprise Anthropology]419Homemade yogurt as a family business: Navigating cultural and generational differences at a Japanese companyMaria Yotova83 Enterprise Anthropology: Managing heritages and global issues in business [Comission on Enterprise Anthropology]531Forget Guanxi: An Appeal to the Management Scientists of Chinese BusinessesHeung Wah Wong83 Enterprise Anthropology: Managing heritages and global issues in business [Comission on Enterprise Anthropology]556How “enduring family bonds” are (un-)made: insights in Fulbe pastoralists kinship enterprises in Northern BeninJeannett Martin83 Enterprise Anthropology: Managing heritages and global issues in business [Comission on Enterprise Anthropology]593Analysis of university education and entrepreneurship development in Japan from the perspective of studentsKENJI KONO83 Enterprise Anthropology: Managing heritages and global issues in business [Comission on Enterprise Anthropology]667Enterprises, Businesspeople and Religion in Contemporary RussiaTobias Koellner83 Enterprise Anthropology: Managing heritages and global issues in business [Comission on Enterprise Anthropology]
84Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development, IUAES]Viacheslav Valentinovich RudnevDorothy K. Billings78Sustainability for Whom? Indigenous PerspectivesDorothy KAY bILLINGS84 Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development, IUAES]106Traditional culture and the problem of its heritage in post-industrial societyMarina M.Y. Martynova84 Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development, IUAES]131Cheyenne Action Anthropology with Karl Schlesier, A Story from the Ice AgeLinda Ellen Davis-Stephens84 Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development, IUAES]148Taiwan Indigenous and Local Knowledge for a Sustainable Future: Heritage Utility in Today’s WorldDavid Blundell84 Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development, IUAES]157Rule of Plural Law. A decolonial Approach to the Concept Rule of LawCésar Bazán Seminario84 Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development, IUAES]202Flora. Actual resource for supporting Human Life. Some local cultural specific on spice using.Viacheslav Valentinovich Rudnev84 Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development, IUAES]203Indigenous Peoples in the International Court of JusticeJames Sanford Phillips84 Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development, IUAES]449Classical Islamic Criminal Jurisprudence and Contemporary U.S. Criminal Jurisprudence: An Exchange of Ideas for Criminal Justice ReformSusan C Hascall, Syed Atif RizwanSyed Atif Rizwan84 Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development, IUAES]478The Role of Youth as Traditional Ecological Knowledge HoldersMariana Campos Rivera84 Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development, IUAES]885"Indigenous heritage threatened by climate change and environmental degradation"Leslie E. F. Page84 Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development [Commission on Indigenous Knowledge and Sustainable Development, IUAES]
86Afterlives of Education and the Revision of Aspirations [IUAES Commission on Anthropology and Education]John LoewenthalMichelle Zhang, Jessica Garber64DiscussantHerve Varenne Varenne86 Afterlives of Education and the Revision of Aspirations [IUAES Commission on Anthropology and Education]137Constraining consequences of higher education: graduates reckoning with fateful afterlives of their aspirationsJohn Loewenthal86 Afterlives of Education and the Revision of Aspirations [IUAES Commission on Anthropology and Education]200Buying time: Chinese international students studying abroad, at home, during COVID-19Michelle Zhang86 Afterlives of Education and the Revision of Aspirations [IUAES Commission on Anthropology and Education]403COVID-19 Disruptions to Educational Timelines and Logics of Value: Indonesian University Students in SingaporeErica M. Larson86 Afterlives of Education and the Revision of Aspirations [IUAES Commission on Anthropology and Education]436Higher education, deliberate disengagement, and diversification of skills in Southern Mitrovica (Kosovo)rozafa berisha86 Afterlives of Education and the Revision of Aspirations [IUAES Commission on Anthropology and Education]457Love on Hold: Changes to Romantic Relationships for University Students in CambodiaJessica Garber86 Afterlives of Education and the Revision of Aspirations [IUAES Commission on Anthropology and Education]485This presentation will synthesise and comment on other papers presented in this panel.Amy Stambach86 Afterlives of Education and the Revision of Aspirations [IUAES Commission on Anthropology and Education]572The promise of higher educationCaitlin Zaloom86 Afterlives of Education and the Revision of Aspirations [IUAES Commission on Anthropology and Education]577Learning the Great Traditions of the Chinese Nation: Ethnic Re-education in Xinjiang TodayKevin Carrico86 Afterlives of Education and the Revision of Aspirations [IUAES Commission on Anthropology and Education]678Temporalities in the aspirations of refugee studentsRebecca Hofmann, Saskia WaltherSaskia Walther86 Afterlives of Education and the Revision of Aspirations [IUAES Commission on Anthropology and Education]
87Media Anthropology: (digital) Communication Practices and ProcessesFlorencia García-RappMarie Hermanova, Haripriya Narasimhan30Digital Storytelling in the Yucatan: Memory, Oral History, and Cultural PatrimonySam Pack87 Media Anthropology: (digital) Communication Practices and Processes84#MeToo elite responses in the Norwegian Labor Party as cultural diffusion and improvisationBrian Hoeft87 Media Anthropology: (digital) Communication Practices and Processes108A Multisensorial Semiotic Approach to Online Ethnography: The Case of Virtual EatingJoyhanna Y Garza87 Media Anthropology: (digital) Communication Practices and Processes116Media Studies and Cultural Anthropology: a dialogue without communicationMihai - Coman87 Media Anthropology: (digital) Communication Practices and Processes181Ethnography in the Times of CoronaGalina Scolnic87 Media Anthropology: (digital) Communication Practices and Processes194Intimate partner femicide characterization focusing on media narratives published in two portuguese newspapers between the years 2000 and 2017.Ariana Pinto Correia, Sofia NevesSofia Neves87 Media Anthropology: (digital) Communication Practices and Processes239Mediation and digital populism: ethnography of the radical right's communicational practices in Brazil and PortugalGleice Luz87 Media Anthropology: (digital) Communication Practices and Processes240Reflections on conducting an audience ethnography in rural Indiacharusmita charusmita87 Media Anthropology: (digital) Communication Practices and Processes248How can machines make sense of violence? Preliminary notes on developing a content moderation tool for Indian usersCheshta Arora87 Media Anthropology: (digital) Communication Practices and Processes409Challenges during a pandemic: Audience as an active amplifier of conspiracy media contentAudience as an active amplifier of conspiracy mediaHedviga Tká?ová87 Media Anthropology: (digital) Communication Practices and Processes641El papel del Periodismo digital independiente colombiano como narrador del estallido social del 2021.Rodulfo Armando Castiblanco Carrasco87 Media Anthropology: (digital) Communication Practices and Processes644Phonographic industry in the era of digital reproducibility: contemporary production, distribution and consumption of musicDaniel Ferreira Wainer87 Media Anthropology: (digital) Communication Practices and Processes663Thirty years after the democratic transition in Benin, West Africa: The case of public opinion in radio call-in showsmasataka tanaka87 Media Anthropology: (digital) Communication Practices and Processes875Contemporary reality TV: Performing youth, love, and fun on the popular “Love Island”Florencia García-Rapp87 Media Anthropology: (digital) Communication Practices and Processes
88Organising practices and force fields in the œuvre of Monique NuijtenJosé Luis Escalona VictoriaGemma Van Der Haar50Ethnography of organizing practicesJose Luis Escalona-Victoria88 Organising practices and force fields in the œuvre of Monique Nuijten121Reimagining Politics, Morality and the State through Nuijten’s force fieldsMartin Jesper Larsson88 Organising practices and force fields in the œuvre of Monique Nuijten130Power seen from below: towards a realistic analysis of the ‘resistances’ of popular forces from the perspective of Monique NuijtenJohn E Gledhill88 Organising practices and force fields in the œuvre of Monique Nuijten332Campos de poder, prácticas organizativas y gestión ambiental en México a la luz de los aportes de Monique NuijtenIngreet Juliet Cano Castellanos, Tania Paola Vázquez DelfínTania Paola Vázquez Delfín88 Organising practices and force fields in the œuvre of Monique Nuijten493State Formation and Property Regimes in Contemporary Mexico: Monique Nuijten Re-enchantment of a Worn-out TopicGABRIELA Torres Mazuera88 Organising practices and force fields in the œuvre of Monique Nuijten
89Heritages and knowledge transfer from the narratives of alterity. Past and present reflections of travel writings, publications, collections, and museums.Romina Abigail España ParedesRomina Abigail España Paredes, Aura Lisette Reyes Gavilán135Las aventuras de Edmund Ziller en las tierras del nuevo mundo: desplazamientos y alteridadfernanda palo prado89 Heritages and knowledge transfer from the narratives of alterity. Past and present reflections of travel writings, publications, collections, and museums.610Gerardo Arrubla, indigenismo divulgativo y las colecciones del Museo Nacional de ColombiaSantiago Robledo89 Heritages and knowledge transfer from the narratives of alterity. Past and present reflections of travel writings, publications, collections, and museums.893Narrativas de alteridad y discurso de género en el periódico peninsular el Museo Yucateco (1841-1842)Romina Abigail España Paredes89 Heritages and knowledge transfer from the narratives of alterity. Past and present reflections of travel writings, publications, collections, and museums.895Relatos del pasado "indígena" en la prensa colombiana de inicios del XXAura Lisette Reyes Gavilan89 Heritages and knowledge transfer from the narratives of alterity. Past and present reflections of travel writings, publications, collections, and museums.
91Extractivism: a human rights-based approach [IUAES Commission of Human Rights]Lucile MedinaMaría Victoria Chenaut114Extractivismo de minerales, territorio y propiedad comunal en la sierra zapoteca de Oaxaca, Mexico.salvador Aquino-Centeno91 Extractivism: a human rights-based approach [IUAES Commission of Human Rights]198Del campo a la Corte: los conflictos centroamericanos bajo el prisma de las jurisdicciones internacionales sobre derechos humanosHelene Roux91 Extractivism: a human rights-based approach [IUAES Commission of Human Rights]503El modelo de desarrollo agrícola extractivista y la fuerza de trabajo migrante. Condiciones de circulación y trabajo de los jornalerosdelphine pruniertania rodríguez91 Extractivism: a human rights-based approach [IUAES Commission of Human Rights]654tensiones entre el extractivismo forestal, derechos humanos y el itrofil mongen del pueblo mapuche. el caso de cañete, chile.diego rodolfo benavente91 Extractivism: a human rights-based approach [IUAES Commission of Human Rights]693The situation of isolated indigenous groups in Latin America in the context of extractivismMagdalena Krysińska Kałużna91 Extractivism: a human rights-based approach [IUAES Commission of Human Rights]
92Heritage and innovation. The research dissertations catalogue as a form of appropriation of our Latin American Anthropologies academic tradition.ROBERTO MELVILLEJOHANNA PARRA, ANDREA CIACCHI276A Latin American Dissertations Catalogue in Social Anthropology project. Lessons from this academic network of relationships among teachers and students.Roberto Melville92 Heritage and innovation. The research dissertations catalogue as a form of appropriation of our Latin American Anthropologies academic tradition.356Witnessing social transformations through dissertations: Projections of a catalogue in the Chilean case.Juan C. Skewes92 Heritage and innovation. The research dissertations catalogue as a form of appropriation of our Latin American Anthropologies academic tradition.406Optical aberration: how and what to read in Brazilian anthropologyAndrea Ciacchi92 Heritage and innovation. The research dissertations catalogue as a form of appropriation of our Latin American Anthropologies academic tradition.474Antropología paraguaya: trayectorias históricas y condiciones para el futuro de nuevas investigacionesRodrigo Juan Villagra92 Heritage and innovation. The research dissertations catalogue as a form of appropriation of our Latin American Anthropologies academic tradition.883The digital book and open access: a bridge to make visible dissident and southern anthropologiesAnnel del Mar Mejías Guiza92 Heritage and innovation. The research dissertations catalogue as a form of appropriation of our Latin American Anthropologies academic tradition.
93Obstetric violence on a global scale: Epistemic production of learning, ethnography, social activism and the political economy of anthropological knowledge [The anthropology of women]Paola María SesiaArachu Castro, Patrizia Quattrocchi19«WHAT I COULDN'T TELL ANYONE» HOW TO NARRATE OBSTETRIC VIOLENCESerena Brigidi93 Obstetric violence on a global scale: Epistemic production of learning, ethnography, social activism and the political economy of anthropological knowledge. [The anthropology of women]22Naming violence and abuse during childbirth in healthcare facilitiesCamilla Pickles93 Obstetric violence on a global scale: Epistemic production of learning, ethnography, social activism and the political economy of anthropological knowledge. [The anthropology of women]65Obstetricians and the delivery of obstetric violence: An ethnographic account from the Dominican RepublicAnnie E Preaux, Arachu CastroArachu Castro93 Obstetric violence on a global scale: Epistemic production of learning, ethnography, social activism and the political economy of anthropological knowledge. [The anthropology of women]87Condenadas por el sistema patriarcal: cuando ser mujer y madre es un castigo que se añade a la pena impuesta.Natalia Soledad Diaz Juszkiewicz, Maria Juliana MassaMaria Juliana Massa93 Obstetric violence on a global scale: Epistemic production of learning, ethnography, social activism and the political economy of anthropological knowledge. [The anthropology of women]133Salud mental, violencia obstétrica y activismos: algunas reflexiones para ir más allá de las injusticias epistémicasMaria Fernanda Gonzalez93 Obstetric violence on a global scale: Epistemic production of learning, ethnography, social activism and the political economy of anthropological knowledge. [The anthropology of women]173Las luchas en y entre los campos jurídico, político y médico en torno a la violencia obstétricaRoberto Castro93 Obstetric violence on a global scale: Epistemic production of learning, ethnography, social activism and the political economy of anthropological knowledge. [The anthropology of women]192The debate about obstetric violence in Portugal: reflections from an ongoing activist anthropological researchCatarina Barata93 Obstetric violence on a global scale: Epistemic production of learning, ethnography, social activism and the political economy of anthropological knowledge. [The anthropology of women]223Voz de roca. La importancia del testimonio como género discursivo en el reconocimiento de la violencia obstétrica.Yaredh Marín Vázquez93 Obstetric violence on a global scale: Epistemic production of learning, ethnography, social activism and the political economy of anthropological knowledge. [The anthropology of women]318Obstetric Iatrogenesis in the United States: The Spectrum of Unintentional Harm, Disrespect, Violence, and Abuse (UHDVA)Robbie Davis-Floyd93 Obstetric violence on a global scale: Epistemic production of learning, ethnography, social activism and the political economy of anthropological knowledge. [The anthropology of women]338Definiendo violencia obstétrica. ¿Cómo entienden y ejercen los profesionales de salud las intervenciones médicas durante el embarazo y el parto?Ruth Iguiñiz-Romero93 Obstetric violence on a global scale: Epistemic production of learning, ethnography, social activism and the political economy of anthropological knowledge. [The anthropology of women]347Estado de excepción: Suspensión de derechos reproductivosMercedes Campiglia Calveiro93 Obstetric violence on a global scale: Epistemic production of learning, ethnography, social activism and the political economy of anthropological knowledge. [The anthropology of women]462Violencia obstétrica y parto humanizado. ¿Dos caras de la misma moneda?Natalia Magnone, Carolina FaríasCarolina Farías93 Obstetric violence on a global scale: Epistemic production of learning, ethnography, social activism and the political economy of anthropological knowledge. [The anthropology of women]532The impact of activist scholarship in addressing obstetric violence in ChileMichelle Sadler93 Obstetric violence on a global scale: Epistemic production of learning, ethnography, social activism and the political economy of anthropological knowledge. [The anthropology of women]679Dimensions of Obstetric Violence and Policy Engagement in IndiaBijoya Roy93 Obstetric violence on a global scale: Epistemic production of learning, ethnography, social activism and the political economy of anthropological knowledge. [The anthropology of women]
94Future of Futurity: Generation, heritage, and interconnection in an aging world [Aging and the Life Course]Jason A DanelyLeng Leng Thang68Cómo se presenta el envejecimiento en México y cuáles son los futuros escenariosFelipe Vázquez Palacios94 Future of Futurity: Generation, heritage, and interconnection in an aging world [Aging and the Life Course]405The Sentinels of Lands and Sea: Impacts of the environmental change on the daily lives of older adults in Finland.Erika Takahashi, Shahnaj BegumShahnaj Begum94 Future of Futurity: Generation, heritage, and interconnection in an aging world [Aging and the Life Course]526Sensing the Future in Japan's Aging SocietyJason A Danely94 Future of Futurity: Generation, heritage, and interconnection in an aging world [Aging and the Life Course]632Innovative Cemetery Memorial Rituals Promote Intergenerational Heritage Connections for Older Persons in 21st Century Mobile USADoris E Francis94 Future of Futurity: Generation, heritage, and interconnection in an aging world [Aging and the Life Course]
96Genealogies of Feminist Anthropology in Central America and the Caribbean [Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]Marisa G. Ruiz TrejoAna María Gertrudis Mata Parducci, Lina Rosa Berrio Palomo568Memorias de los caminos para compartir los saberes de mujeres sanadoras de Iximulew y Abya Yala.Mariana López de la Vega96 Genealogies of Feminist Anthropology in Central America and the Caribbean [Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]723Pioneering women in feminist anthropology in Chiapas and Central AmericaMarisa G. Ruiz Trejo96 Genealogies of Feminist Anthropology in Central America and the Caribbean [Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]842De la “toma de conciencia” a escuchar la voz y narrativa de las mujeres indígenasGeorgina Méndez Torres96 Genealogies of Feminist Anthropology in Central America and the Caribbean [Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]845Marcela Lagarde: the influence of a Mexican feminist anthropologist in Central American feminismsMartha Patricia Castañeda-Salgado96 Genealogies of Feminist Anthropology in Central America and the Caribbean [Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]874Mujeres, comunidad y agencia social: Las emprendedoras de la memoriaGeorgina Hernandez Rivas96 Genealogies of Feminist Anthropology in Central America and the Caribbean [Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]
97Whose Heritage, Whose Places, Whose Voices ? Feminist inquiry into Better Futures [The Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]Katarzyna KosmalaFiona Hackney, Rosa Blanca, Jana Milovanovi?115Subjectivity and feminine monumentRosa Maria Blanca97 Whose Heritage, Whose Places, Whose Voices ? Feminist inquiry into Better Futures [The Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]219Whose Heritage? Art of Rhizomatic SolidarityKatarzyna Kosmala, Roman Katarzyna SebastyanskiRoman Katarzyna Sebastyanski97 Whose Heritage, Whose Places, Whose Voices ? Feminist inquiry into Better Futures [The Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]320Stories in precarity through a contemporary ‘Economy Quilt’Claire Wellesley-Smith97 Whose Heritage, Whose Places, Whose Voices ? Feminist inquiry into Better Futures [The Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]327Everyday Clothing as Heritage and Resource: Acts of Quiet Activism and Embodied FeminismFiona Anne Seaton Hackney97 Whose Heritage, Whose Places, Whose Voices ? Feminist inquiry into Better Futures [The Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]359"Quiet activists": UK 'Scrubmakers' collective response to the COVID pandemic 2020-2021Hannah Rebecca Wroe97 Whose Heritage, Whose Places, Whose Voices ? Feminist inquiry into Better Futures [The Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]465The Jumble Sale as a form of Second-hand Thrift: From Dorcas Society's to Dorcas clubsRose Sinclair97 Whose Heritage, Whose Places, Whose Voices ? Feminist inquiry into Better Futures [The Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]488'Perhaps I shouldn't say this': Gossip as queer feminist methodology in the oral history archiveJeanie Sinclair97 Whose Heritage, Whose Places, Whose Voices ? Feminist inquiry into Better Futures [The Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]504Ladies in White: Memories of Cross Border Women TradersJana Milovanovic97 Whose Heritage, Whose Places, Whose Voices ? Feminist inquiry into Better Futures [The Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]555Feminist e-activism in the age of pandemic: Virtual cultural engagement for better futures.Reem Emadeldin Kassem, Katarzyna KosmalaKatarzyna Kosmala97 Whose Heritage, Whose Places, Whose Voices ? Feminist inquiry into Better Futures [The Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]860Peripheral archives. An approach to community maintenance of the past and future aspirations from the urban periphery of Bogotá (Colombia)Candela morado97 Whose Heritage, Whose Places, Whose Voices ? Feminist inquiry into Better Futures [The Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]881Who is She?Niga Sayyed97 Whose Heritage, Whose Places, Whose Voices ? Feminist inquiry into Better Futures [The Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]
98Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage, and the Politics of Protection and Preservation [Anthropology and the Environment; Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]Gregory L AcciaioliNilika Mehrotra3Experiencing Heritage: The Indonesian Banda Archipelago as Cultural and Natural World Heritage.Frank Dhont98 Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage, and the Politics of Protection and Preservation8The Impact of Natural and Cultural Heritage upon Stateless Maritime Mobile Communities in Southeast AsiaGreg Acciaioli, Helen Brunt, Julian CliftonHelen Brunt, Julian Clifton98 Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage, and the Politics of Protection and Preservation235Evaluating Management Effectiveness of An Eco-cultural Reserve in China: Methods, Framework and ApplicationJianwu He, Wei Li, Xiaqing Wang, Dipak Raj PantWei Li, Xiaqing Wang, Dipak Raj Pant98 Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage, and the Politics of Protection and Preservation266Environmental degradation and protection of natural heritage of Sundarban in West Bengal, India: issues and challengesTamal Dutta, Debasis Kumar MondalDebasis Kumar Mondal98 Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage, and the Politics of Protection and Preservation [Anthropology and the Environment; Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]315Chandraketugarh- issues of protection and awareness: a study among the school going children at Berachampa in North 24 ParganasBhagyasree Bose98 Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage, and the Politics of Protection and Preservation [Anthropology and the Environment; Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]317Requalification processes and contested uses of rock art in GuadeloupeLeïla Baracchini, Julien MonneyJulien Monney98 Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage, and the Politics of Protection and Preservation [Anthropology and the Environment; Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]322A Study of Problems and Prospectives of Preservation and Management of Prehistoric Sites in Purbi Singbhum District of JharkhandDEBJANI MAHATO, DEBASIS KUMAR MONDALDEBASIS KUMAR MONDAL98 Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage, and the Politics of Protection and Preservation [Anthropology and the Environment; Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]329The tensions of the Quyllurit’i pilgrimage’s inclusion in UNESCO list of Intangible Heritage: Local community, pilgrims and state institutionsGuillermo Salas Carreño98 Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage, and the Politics of Protection and Preservation [Anthropology and the Environment; Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]418The Makhel: A Place of Human Origin and MigrationDaili Neli98 Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage, and the Politics of Protection and Preservation [Anthropology and the Environment; Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]583Awaiting development at the margins of Europe. Politics of development and heritage tourism in Chilia Veche, RomaniaIorga M Alexandru98 Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage, and the Politics of Protection and Preservation [Anthropology and the Environment; Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]608To Unify the Solar Calendar KUSHI New Year Festival Time --KUSHI ICH Knowledge for the Rural Yi peoplerui wang, ga wu, shalong laobanga wu, shalong laoban98 Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage, and the Politics of Protection and Preservation [Anthropology and the Environment; Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]740Contesting Uses of Heritage, Identity, and Citizenship in St. LuciaJennifer C Lutton98 Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage, and the Politics of Protection and Preservation [Anthropology and the Environment; Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]759Políticas de conservación y conservación de la política: áreas protegidas en los Andes de Chile central frente al cambio globalDebbie E Guerra, Gaspar Jofré, Isidora Lea-Plaza, Francisca SolariGaspar Jofré, Isidora Lea-Plaza, Francisca Solari98 Natural Heritage, Cultural Heritage, and the Politics of Protection and Preservation [Anthropology and the Environment; Anthropology, Public Policy and Development Practice]
99Political turns in Latin America: between crisis, discrimination, new and old spoilLaura R Valladares de la CruzRebecca Igreja Lemos382: Indigenous Peoples and pandemic in Mexico: inequity among racismmaria magdalena gomez rivera99 Political turns in Latin America: between crisis, discrimination, new and old spoil591Diversity as an enemy: Turns to the right in Latin America.Laura Valladares de la Cruz99 Political turns in Latin America: between crisis, discrimination, new and old spoil623Retos de la antropología jurídica: la ascensión de la extrema-derecha y los derechos de los pueblos indígenas en Brasillorena lima varãoLorena Lima Varao, Rebecca Lemos Igreja99 Political turns in Latin America: between crisis, discrimination, new and old spoil902Políticas indigenista e extrema direita: o caso do governo Bolsonaro (2019-2021)Rodrigo Magalhães de Oliveira99 Political turns in Latin America: between crisis, discrimination, new and old spoil
100Destination Mexico: The Environmental Factors Mitigating Tourism, Livelihood, and Life in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean [Commission of Anthropology and Environment ; Commission of Anthropology and Tourism]Heather OLearyLukasz Kaczmarek27Bloom to Bust: The Discursive Socio-Economic Indicators of Harmful Algae Bloom Fallout on Social MediaHeather Oleary, Sergio Alvarez, Christina BrownSergio Alvarez, Christina Brown100 Destination Mexico: The Environmental Factors Mitigating Tourism, Livelihood, and Life in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean [Commission of Anthropology and Environment ; Commission of Anthropology and Tourism]542Citizens’ engagement for the sustainable future in view of a dilemma: International tourism development and lake management in Bacalar, MexicoEriko Yamasaki100 Destination Mexico: The Environmental Factors Mitigating Tourism, Livelihood, and Life in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean [Commission of Anthropology and Environment ; Commission of Anthropology and Tourism]609Identidad y patrimonio en escena: poblaciones mayas y turismo en Yucatányassir rodríguez martínez, Samuel Jouault100 Destination Mexico: The Environmental Factors Mitigating Tourism, Livelihood, and Life in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean [Commission of Anthropology and Environment ; Commission of Anthropology and Tourism]619The commodities / crafts that authenticate the pre-Hispanic MayansLuis Acatzin Arenas Fernández100 Destination Mexico: The Environmental Factors Mitigating Tourism, Livelihood, and Life in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean [Commission of Anthropology and Environment ; Commission of Anthropology and Tourism]900Tourism rejected in Sisal, Mexico. A community and its ecosystem against tourists during our pandemic.Raúl Enrique Rivero Canto100 Destination Mexico: The Environmental Factors Mitigating Tourism, Livelihood, and Life in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean [Commission of Anthropology and Environment ; Commission of Anthropology and Tourism]
101Heritage and heritagizations in Mayan communitiesElla F. QuintalValentina Vapnarsky574El santo patrón y las celebraciones que se le dedican están profundamente ligadas con la historia y la identidad comunitariaDAVID DE ÁNGEL GARCIA101 Heritage and heritagizations in Mayan communities611Diálogos intercomunitarios, interculturales y organización: recuperando lo amenazado.Ella F. Quintal101 Heritage and heritagizations in Mayan communities806Semillas nativas y patrimonio biocultural. Los Guardianes de las semillas del Sur de Yucatán.Margarita Rosales Gonzalez101 Heritage and heritagizations in Mayan communities852Mayanidades patrimonializadas en la Península de Yucatán ante el proyecto Tren Maya: comercialización, conservación y defensa de la culturaMarco Enrique Almeida Poot101 Heritage and heritagizations in Mayan communities856Los cenotes como patrimonio biocultural: la experiencia de Kanan Ts'ono'ot y los mayas de HomúnALBERTO VELAZQUEZ SOLIS, JOSE KOYOC KUJOSE KOYOC KU101 Heritage and heritagizations in Mayan communities
102Explaining ruralities in the capitalocene: conceptual tools from an ethnographic perspectiveLeonor Alejandra Gonzalez NavaIñigo Gonzalez de la Fuente43Consumidades. Consumo, comunidad y pertenencia en espacios globalesIñigo González-Fuente, Hernán Salas Quintanal, Celia López MiguelHernán Salas Quintanal, Celia López Miguel102 Explaining ruralities in the capitalocene: conceptual tools from an ethnographic perspective81Weaving and creating: hammocks in Izamal, YucatánAna Bella Pérez Castro102 Explaining ruralities in the capitalocene: conceptual tools from an ethnographic perspective471The sharp decrease of rural attributes in the Guadalajara peri-urban fringe Case study in Tesistan, a rural-town facing the MetropolitanSamuel Hernandez Vazquez102 Explaining ruralities in the capitalocene: conceptual tools from an ethnographic perspective614The aesthetics and politics of rural landscapes in central Crete, GreeceAris Anagnostopoulos102 Explaining ruralities in the capitalocene: conceptual tools from an ethnographic perspective650Neoliberal fantasies and precarious subjects. The contradictions and situatedness of the rural entrepreneur in the capitalocenePaola Velasco102 Explaining ruralities in the capitalocene: conceptual tools from an ethnographic perspective790Os Agroflorestores e o Mercado: o caso de uma associação de agricultores em transição agroecológica no sertão brasileiroJanice Alves Trajano, Renata MenascheRenata Menasche102 Explaining ruralities in the capitalocene: conceptual tools from an ethnographic perspective795Rasgos contemporáneos del emprendimiento rural juvenil en Tlaxcala, MéxicoJaneth Rojas Contreras102 Explaining ruralities in the capitalocene: conceptual tools from an ethnographic perspective802Instituting eco-logics of local food production in ArgentinaRomina Cravero102 Explaining ruralities in the capitalocene: conceptual tools from an ethnographic perspective840Ecotourism and neoliberal conservation in a rural municipality in "central Mexico": Firefly tourism in Tlahuapan, PueblaLeonor Alejandra Gonzalez Gonzalez Nava102 Explaining ruralities in the capitalocene: conceptual tools from an ethnographic perspective
103Midwifery practice and reproductive healthcare: between cultural diversity and institutionalizationYaredh Marín VázquezCristina Alonso Lord222Recalibrando vulnerabilidad y riesgo cuando de vida o muerte se trata: atención en la pandemia para mujeres parturientas en MéxicoYaredh Marín Vázquez, Gail MummertGail Mummert103 Midwifery practice and reproductive healthcare: between cultural diversity and institutionalization391"La partería tradicional: entre su reconocimiento y su negación"amparo sevillaa villalobos103 Midwifery practice and reproductive healthcare: between cultural diversity and institutionalization440Prácticas y representaciones de la atención de las parteras en tiempos de COVID-19Magdalena del Carmen Morales Domínguez103 Midwifery practice and reproductive healthcare: between cultural diversity and institutionalization490Traditional indigenous midwives in India (Dais) serving remote and underserved communities before and during the time of Covid19leila caleb varkey, sandhya gautam, mira sadgopalsandhya gautam, mira sadgopal103 Midwifery practice and reproductive healthcare: between cultural diversity and institutionalization824AS PARTEIRAS TRADICIONAIS NO CENÁRIO OBSTÉTRICO BRASILEIROJúlia Morim de Melo, Elaine Müller, Hugo Menezes Neto, Marina Marina Teixeira da SilvaElaine Müller, Hugo Menezes Neto, Marina Marina Teixeira da Silva103 Midwifery practice and reproductive healthcare: between cultural diversity and institutionalization
105Afro-Latin American heritages: experiences and challenges in dialogue [Intangible Cultural Heritage]Milena AnnecchiaricoDenise Braz146The keepers of memory: Black and female narratives demystifying hegemonic discoursesDenise Braz105 Afro-Latin American heritages: experiences and challenges in dialogue [Intangible Cultural Heritage]196Visión del patrimonio afroargentino en los estudios académicos nacionales.Alicia Martin105 Afro-Latin American heritages: experiences and challenges in dialogue [Intangible Cultural Heritage]569Reorientación del espacio cultual urbano en las prácticas de culturales de matriz africana en CubaInaury Portuondo Cárdenas105 Afro-Latin American heritages: experiences and challenges in dialogue [Intangible Cultural Heritage]571África y Cuba: La Interpretación de los nexos Histórico-Culturales a través de la Concepción Etnográfica del Museo Casa de ÁfricaAlberto Granado Duque, Inaury portuondo CInaury portuondo C105 Afro-Latin American heritages: experiences and challenges in dialogue [Intangible Cultural Heritage]580Interrogar el archivo. La colección “Nestor Ortiz Oderigo” de Buenos Aires, materialidades afrodiaspóricas, teorizaciones y contrucciones de la otredad.milena annecchiarico105 Afro-Latin American heritages: experiences and challenges in dialogue [Intangible Cultural Heritage]639Afro-religious heritage in urban contexts: black memories and political engagement toward the public manifestation of the 'black magic'Arthur Henrique Nogueira Almeida, Guaraci Maximiano dos SantosGuaraci Maximiano dos Santos105 Afro-Latin American heritages: experiences and challenges in dialogue [Intangible Cultural Heritage]748Mulheres na Preservação do Patrimônio Cultural: Saberes e fazeres femininos na cultura popular em Pernambuco, Brasil.Renata do Amaral Mesquita, SUÊNIA CLAUDIANA DO NASCIMENTO PINTOSUÊNIA CLAUDIANA DO NASCIMENTO PINTO105 Afro-Latin American heritages: experiences and challenges in dialogue [Intangible Cultural Heritage]837Contribución de los estudios afro-ibero-americanos a la descolonialización de la antropologíaMontserrat Fitó105 Afro-Latin American heritages: experiences and challenges in dialogue [Intangible Cultural Heritage]876Cuerpo, racialización y performance en tiempos de multiculturalismo: sujeciones, agencias y subversiones en tres casos de patrimonialización afrolatinoamericanos. Viviana Parody105 Afro-Latin American heritages: experiences and challenges in dialogue [Intangible Cultural Heritage]
106Anthropological corpo/realities: contemporary debates on body and corporalityAlejandra Aguilar-RosCarolina Romero, Mónica Luna, Luz Nereida Perez Prado126La conciencia corporalmente situada en la práctica del yoga y el esoterismo de los iniciados de la Orden del AquariusOmar Alejandro Leyva López106 Anthropological corpo/realities: contemporary debates on body and corporality314Mapping out the rhythmical body. From phenomenology to an ethno-cinematographic methodology through Laplantine’s choreographic model.Daniel Lema Vidal106 Anthropological corpo/realities: contemporary debates on body and corporality438Fotografía y ritual: patrimonio de las corporeidades fidencistasAlejandra Aguilar Aguilar Ros106 Anthropological corpo/realities: contemporary debates on body and corporality475Situarse emocionalmente: vulnerarse para construir conocimiento.Óscar Salvador Torres106 Anthropological corpo/realities: contemporary debates on body and corporality716The Afro-Brazilian ground in movement: the parade of “Acadêmicos do Salgueiro” Samba SchoolVítor Gonçalves Pimenta106 Anthropological corpo/realities: contemporary debates on body and corporality
107HIV and Medical Anthropology: critical, theoretical and applied contributions. [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]Rubén MuñozBavon Mupenda303Measuring the impact of an intervention using sport for HIV prevention: the issues with international indicators.Arthur Gaillard107 HIV and Medical Anthropology: critical, theoretical and applied contributions. [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]371"'It's not as simple as just taking my medicine': becoming and staying undetectable in the TasP era"Agostina Gagliolo107 HIV and Medical Anthropology: critical, theoretical and applied contributions. [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]479Social imaginary around AIDS and condom use among sexually diversity chontales men in Oaxaca, Méxicoluis alberto lópez molina107 HIV and Medical Anthropology: critical, theoretical and applied contributions. [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]710Biomedical intervention and sensoriality: the complicated relationship between HIV blood tests and women’s somatic experienceAna Amuchástegui107 HIV and Medical Anthropology: critical, theoretical and applied contributions. [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]811The invention of indigenous sexuality: from ruralization to racialization of AIDS in MexicoRubén Muñoz Martínez107 HIV and Medical Anthropology: critical, theoretical and applied contributions. [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]847Barriers of access and use of health system for the prevention and detection of HIV in young Mapuche populationAlexandra Obach, Alejandra Carreño, Ana María AlarcónAlejandra Carreño, Ana María Alarcón107 HIV and Medical Anthropology: critical, theoretical and applied contributions. [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]
108Peopling medical practices: ethnography, networks and interconnectednessLucas Riboli BesenLarissa Costa Duarte, Glaucia Maricato91Ayahuasca as Relational Medicine: Reconnecting the Human in the Age of LonelinessAdam Aronovich108 Peopling medical practices: ethnography, networks and interconnectedness483The rise of workers' psychiatric claims: citizenship, social injury and labour politics in ChileSofia Bowen108 Peopling medical practices: ethnography, networks and interconnectedness789How does race structure and organize the relationships between groups of natural care practices on female self-care?Hannah Lima A. de Vasconcellos108 Peopling medical practices: ethnography, networks and interconnectedness805Negotiations around quality of life and dignified death in clinical practice in Palliative CareLucía Copelotti108 Peopling medical practices: ethnography, networks and interconnectedness851Riesgo y pragmatismo de la práctica médica. Percepciones del personal médico de consultorios adyacentes a farmacias en el contexto pandémico.Ana Victoria Morán Pérez108 Peopling medical practices: ethnography, networks and interconnectedness
109Indigenous knowledge and practices in response to emerging and re-emerging diseases [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]Sergio Paredes-SolísIván Sarmiento Combariza221Para curar es necesario conocer: Prácticas guaraníes en Paraná Occidental - Brasil frente al Covid-19Clovis Antonio Brighenti, Osmarina de OliveiraOsmarina de Oliveira109 Indigenous knowledge and practices in response to emerging and re-emerging diseases [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]280Cultivation and use of medicinal plants and its association with reporting of childhood asthma: case-control study in the Bogotá savannaGermán Zuluaga, Iván Sarmiento, Camilo Alejandro Correal, Neil AnderssonIván Sarmiento, Camilo Alejandro Correal, Neil Andersson109 Indigenous knowledge and practices in response to emerging and re-emerging diseases [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]325Alimentación y medicina doméstica frente al coronavirus en la región Lerma Bajío.Angélica Navidad Morales Figueroa109 Indigenous knowledge and practices in response to emerging and re-emerging diseases [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]362Involvement of traditional doctors in HIV prevention in Botswana opens dialogue with government health servicesAnne Elizabeth Cockcroft, Leagajang Kgakole, Neil AnderssonLeagajang Kgakole, Neil Andersson109 Indigenous knowledge and practices in response to emerging and re-emerging diseases [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]528Practices and knowledge of families in the prevention of the evil eye in Simojovel de Allende, Chiapas.Ángel de Jesús Velasco Urbina, Maria Guadalupe Ramirez-RojasMaria Guadalupe Ramirez-Rojas109 Indigenous knowledge and practices in response to emerging and re-emerging diseases [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]530Ancestral knowledge from the Peruvian Amazon to combat covid-19: Comando MaticoVerónica García Jarufe, Maria Guadalupe Ramirez-RojaMaria Guadalupe Ramirez-Rojas109 Indigenous knowledge and practices in response to emerging and re-emerging diseases [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]
110Death, bodies, funerals and bereavement in times of COVID-19 pandemic [Anthropology of pandemics]Ana Perinic LewisPetra Rajić Šikanjić, Clara Saraiva23"Evil deaths" and the difficulty of mourning in Brazil in the time of Covid-19Carmen Silvia RIal110 Death, bodies, funerals and bereavement in times of COVID-19 pandemic [Anthropology of pandemics]136Funeral rituals in Candomblé during Covid-19 pandemicDaniela Calvo110 Death, bodies, funerals and bereavement in times of COVID-19 pandemic [Anthropology of pandemics]197From winking to blinking: Jewish mortuary rites of COVID-19 victims between religion and the stateNoa Vana110 Death, bodies, funerals and bereavement in times of COVID-19 pandemic [Anthropology of pandemics]443Covid-19 death culture and its many backdrops of neoliberal assaults upon vulnerable population sufferings through decades of neoliberal bio-realitiesSANJA M ŠPOLJAR VRŽINA, MARIA G RAMIREZ- ROJASMARIA G RAMIREZ- ROJAS110 Death, bodies, funerals and bereavement in times of COVID-19 pandemic [Anthropology of pandemics]481Death, death-related rituals and mourning during three waves of the COVID-19 pandemic in CroatiaPetra Rajić Šikanjić, Ana Perinić Lewis, Maja MilošAna Perinić Lewis, Maja Miloš110 Death, bodies, funerals and bereavement in times of COVID-19 pandemic [Anthropology of pandemics]792El ritual de cremación pública entre los cucapá de Baja California.Berenice Morales110 Death, bodies, funerals and bereavement in times of COVID-19 pandemic [Anthropology of pandemics]799Dynamics in Mourning, Bereavement & Burials during the COVID-19 Pandemic in UgandaElizabeth Nansubuga, Cyprian MisindeCyprian Misinde110 Death, bodies, funerals and bereavement in times of COVID-19 pandemic [Anthropology of pandemics]870Sending off: An autoethnographic account of dealing with death and mourning during the COVID 19 PandemicRukshana Zaman110 Death, bodies, funerals and bereavement in times of COVID-19 pandemic [Anthropology of pandemics]
111Anthropologies of Care and politics of knowledge: situating careHelena FietzCintia Engel, Eliza Williamsom94CARE FOR ELDERLY WOMEN WITH DEMENTIA IN NORTHEASTERN MEXICO: ACTORS AND PROCESSES OF CONSTRUCTION OF CARE SCENARIOS IN FIVE FAMILIESLeticia Huerta111 Anthropologies of Care and politics of knowledge: situating care142More-than-human care: Towards the anthropologies of multispecies careCristina Raluca Douglas111 Anthropologies of Care and politics of knowledge: situating care152(Re)imagining Care in Oncology Trials for Personalized ImmunotherapyIsabel Briz Hernandez111 Anthropologies of Care and politics of knowledge: situating care214The Indomie (Noodles) Kitchen: Reframing caregiving by the young survivors of Boko Haram violenceEmmanuel Uchenna Chidozie111 Anthropologies of Care and politics of knowledge: situating care228Anthropologies of caring (with dementia) in the meantime.Christine Verbruggen111 Anthropologies of Care and politics of knowledge: situating care230Care for Improving Health Defined as the Process of Creation: From the Practice of Performance Activities by People Experiencing illnessHiroshi Sugimoto111 Anthropologies of Care and politics of knowledge: situating care373DIMENSIONS OF THE SEXUAL AND RACIAL DIVISION OF HOUSEWORK AS FUNDAMENTAL ISSUES IN THE LIFE OF CARING WOMEN IN BRAZILIANSteffane Cavalcanti Rodrigues, Clarice Santos Mota, Yeimi Alexandra Alzate LópezClarice Santos Mota, Yeimi Alexandra Alzate López111 Anthropologies of Care and politics of knowledge: situating care375Demências e família: impactos do processo de adoecimento nas relações de cuidadoRenata de Morais Machado111 Anthropologies of Care and politics of knowledge: situating care402Addressing Cultural Differences in Mental Health Services: Focusing on the Narratives of Psychiatrists and Psychologists in ItalyKeiko Yayoshi111 Anthropologies of Care and politics of knowledge: situating care463Cuidados situados no ciberespaço: quem/que nos entrelaça? Um estudo exploratório entre discentes de uma universidade pública do NordesteJocyele Ferreira Marinheiro, Isaac Daniel Damasceno, Vitória Régia Sobrinho De Moura, Maria Luísa Medeiros De macêdIsaac Daniel Damasceno, Vitória Régia Sobrinho De Moura, Maria Luísa Medeiros De macêdo111 Anthropologies of Care and politics of knowledge: situating care473An Oceanian anthropology of care ? Thinking through the everydaylife of a Kanak healerNathanaelle Soler111 Anthropologies of Care and politics of knowledge: situating care519Acta 14, 1921. La escenificación como propuesta para justicia transformativaAna Cristina Ramírez Barreto, Tzutzuqui Heredia PachecoTzutzuqui Heredia Pacheco111 Anthropologies of Care and politics of knowledge: situating care684Badare' and 'Prendersi cura': care between affective states and obligation within elder care in ItalyFrancesco Diodati111 Anthropologies of Care and politics of knowledge: situating care769Caring and transforming. Reflections on counter-hegemonic perinatal care.Giovana Acacia Tempesta111 Anthropologies of Care and politics of knowledge: situating care
112Anthropology about first nations at Southeastern of Mexico. Paths traced by interculturalityAmelia Escobar PotencianoVictoria Raquel Rojas Lozano, Felipe Galán López,Massimo De Giussepe112Proyecto Interescolar: transformar mediante Didácticas para la Adquisición de Competencias Intersociales e Interculturales (DACIIS)Pablo Santaolalla Rueda112 Anthropology about first nations at Southeastern of Mexico. Paths traced by interculturality176Una década de perspectivas en el zoque ayapanecoJhonnatan Rangel112 Anthropology about first nations at Southeastern of Mexico. Paths traced by interculturality180Proyectos comunitarios de mujeres indigenistas en Tabasco durante la década de 1980: Julieta Campos e Irena MajchrzakFelipe Javier Galán López112 Anthropology about first nations at Southeastern of Mexico. Paths traced by interculturality195Intercultural universities in México: a historic debt with the San Andrés Sakamch’en de los Pobres accordAngélica Ninel Carreón García112 Anthropology about first nations at Southeastern of Mexico. Paths traced by interculturality236Rituales agropecuarios mayas en contextos de cambio tecnológico. El caso de Los Chenes, CampecheMauricio Hernández Sánchez112 Anthropology about first nations at Southeastern of Mexico. Paths traced by interculturality333Emotional capital in mental health care in an intercultural area. Medical practice in the First Level of Care in TacotalpaVictoria Raquel Rojas Lozano112 Anthropology about first nations at Southeastern of Mexico. Paths traced by interculturality361mobile application development at the service of the original languagesanery suárez vázquez112 Anthropology about first nations at Southeastern of Mexico. Paths traced by interculturality363El papel de la interculturalidad en la construcción de sujetos identitarios. La experiencia de la Universidad Intercultural de ChiapasSergio Iván Navarro Martínez112 Anthropology about first nations at Southeastern of Mexico. Paths traced by interculturality388Linguistic historiography of Tabasco as result of archaeological and anthropological accountsAmelia Escobar112 Anthropology about first nations at Southeastern of Mexico. Paths traced by interculturality416El rol de los externos en forjar nociones de “comunidad”, “hablante” y “lengua” alrededor del zoque de Ayapa, Tabasco.javier domingo112 Anthropology about first nations at Southeastern of Mexico. Paths traced by interculturality445Cultura-naturaleza en el territorio serrano de Tabasco: Patrimonio biocultural de los ch’oles de TacotalpaGuadalupe Morales-Valenzuela, María Isabel Villegas-Ramírez, Cinthya Paola De los Santos-RuizMaría Isabel Villegas-Ramírez, Cinthya Paola De los Santos-Ruiz112 Anthropology about first nations at Southeastern of Mexico. Paths traced by interculturality
113Environmental risk and patrimony: Actors, networks, and knowledge articulating material objects and notions of riskAnaliese RichardAnna Spivak L'Hoste, Analiese Richard204Riesgo ecocéntrico vinculado a la red de abastecimiento de agua para uso doméstico en la localidad Kilómetro 30, Acapulco; México.raúl torres rico113 Environmental risk and patrimony: Actors, networks, and knowledge articulating material objects and notions of risk349Patrimonio y riesgo en tierra de tembloresSandra Rozental113 Environmental risk and patrimony: Actors, networks, and knowledge articulating material objects and notions of risk635"Santa Anita era todo Trigo" el cultivo de soja como amenaza de la comunidadLuciana Andrea Moltoni113 Environmental risk and patrimony: Actors, networks, and knowledge articulating material objects and notions of risk694Arde la Comarca: Incendios recientes y construcción social del riesgo en la Comarca Andina del Paralelo 42°. Patagonia, Argentina.Juan Lobba Araujo113 Environmental risk and patrimony: Actors, networks, and knowledge articulating material objects and notions of risk850Riesgo por inundación, ritual y patrimonio inmaterial en los Tepehuas de Huhuetla, Hidalgo, México.Oscar Adán Castillo Oropeza, Edgar Delgado HernándezEdgar Delgado Hernández113 Environmental risk and patrimony: Actors, networks, and knowledge articulating material objects and notions of risk
114Re-forming of governance against pandemics. Emerging needs among vulnerable groups [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]Maria Guadalupe Ramirez-RojasCarlos Alberto Agudelo Calderón95Pandemic Response: Applying the Theory of Planned Behavior to Predict Cervical Cancer Screening Behaviors Among Rural Honduran womenRachel T Fisher114 Re-forming of governance against pandemics. Emerging needs among vulnerable groups [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]275LA PANDEMIA DE COVID 19: UNA GOBERNANZA CENTRADA EN LA EPIDEMOLOGÍACarlos Agudelo Calderón114 Re-forming of governance against pandemics. Emerging needs among vulnerable groups [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]444Fighting epistemicides of a special kind: critical anthropology in the service of decolonizing global Covid-19 knowledge, sufferings and neoliberal bio-realitiesSANJA M ŠPOLJAR VRŽINA114 Re-forming of governance against pandemics. Emerging needs among vulnerable groups [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]492Time-space configurations and autonomous governance in two indigenous communities in Oaxaca: risk perception and community-based protection against Covid-19.Laura Montesi, Lina Rosa BerrioLina Rosa Berrio114 Re-forming of governance against pandemics. Emerging needs among vulnerable groups [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]540The intercultural health model in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic: public policies aimed at the indigenous population of Mexico.Oswaldo Gómez Castañeda, Maria Guadalupe Ramirez-RojasMaria Guadalupe Ramirez-Rojas114 Re-forming of governance against pandemics. Emerging needs among vulnerable groups [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]548Risk perception, precariousness and ruptures in doctor-patient communication in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic: the case of an urbanJosé Alejandro Meza Palmeros114 Re-forming of governance against pandemics. Emerging needs among vulnerable groups [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]566The Impact of Health Policies and Sociodemographic Factors on Doubling Time of the COVID-19 Pandemic in MexicoReforming of governance againstLina Díaz-Castro114 Re-forming of governance against pandemics. Emerging needs among vulnerable groups [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]567Association between income, health spending and COVID-19 disease and vaccinationHéctor Cabello Rangel, Lina Díaz-CastroLina Díaz-Castro114 Re-forming of governance against pandemics. Emerging needs among vulnerable groups [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]754Hospital reconversion before and after the COVID-19 pandemic in Mexico and the impact of the lack of infrastructure on the vulnerable populationMaria Guadalupe Ramirez-Rojas114 Re-forming of governance against pandemics. Emerging needs among vulnerable groups [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]
115Challenges in time of the pandemic: The role of water in communities [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]Francisco Antonio Ramírez-RojasPatrícia dos Santos Pinheiro284Water shortage during the COVID-19 pandemic in the Guadalajara metropolitan area, and the response of different government actors.María Concepció Valentina Facio-Ortega, Maria Guadalupe Ramirez-Rojas, Francisco Antonio Ramirez-RojasMaria Guadalupe Ramirez-Rojas, Francisco Antonio Ramirez-Rojas115 Challenges in time of the pandemic: The role of water in communities [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]286STRUCTURAL RELATIONSHIP AND RESPONSE OF INDIGENOUS PEOPLES TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND WATER MANAGEMENT IN THE STATE OF CHIAPASAlexander Iván López Gómez, María Guadalupe Ramirez-Rojas, Francisco Antonio Ramirez-RojasMaría Guadalupe Ramirez-Rojas, Francisco Antonio Ramirez-Rojas115 Challenges in time of the pandemic: The role of water in communities [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]348Reflexiones de pandemia sobre la gestión local del agua en la cuenca del ApatlacoCipriana Hernández Arce, Alejandra Peña García, Natalia Cháves LópezAlejandra Peña García, Natalia Cháves López115 Challenges in time of the pandemic: The role of water in communities [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]512Availability of water and basic sanitation during the COVID-19 pandemic from a watershed analysis in MexicoFrancisco Antonio Ramirez-Rojas, Maria Guadalupe Ramirez-RojasMaria Guadalupe Ramirez-Rojas115 Challenges in time of the pandemic: The role of water in communities [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]592COVID-19 and Access to water in IndiaKalyani Sahal115 Challenges in time of the pandemic: The role of water in communities [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]736Acceso a saneamiento básico, provisión de agua y Objetivos de Desarrollo Sostenibles: Efectos en el desarrollo del capital humano enThalia Turrén- Cruz, Néstor García Chong, Miguel Ángel López Zavala, Hilda Maria Jimenez AcevedoNéstor García Chong, Miguel Ángel López Zavala, Hilda Maria Jimenez Acevedo115 Challenges in time of the pandemic: The role of water in communities [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]788Agua, conflictos territoriales, racismo ambiental en comunidades quilombolas de Paraíba, BR.Patrícia dos Santos Pinheiro115 Challenges in time of the pandemic: The role of water in communities [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]863Pandemia y sequía extrema en localidades del Lerma BajíoAngélica Navidad Morales Figueroa115 Challenges in time of the pandemic: The role of water in communities [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]
116Women, new ways of reproduction and care in an interconnected world.Sandra FernándezZsuzsa Berend520Old/young parenthood: Reproductive inequalities among age-dissimilar couplesLara McKenzie116 Women, new ways of reproduction and care in an interconnected world.638US surrogates and international IPs: different expectations and collective meaningsZsuzsa Berend, Corinna Sabrina GuerzoniCorinna Sabrina Guerzoni116 Women, new ways of reproduction and care in an interconnected world.877El levantamiento del anonimato en TRHA-D, ¿exactamente que implica para las donantes de óvulos? ¿entienden las donantes que se anula la confidencialidad?Consuelo Álvarez Plaza, Maria Isabel Jociles RubioMaria Isabel Jociles Rubio116 Women, new ways of reproduction and care in an interconnected world.882Political economy of maternal emotions: love and freedom in neoliberal contexts. The Spanish case. Sandra Fernández García116 Women, new ways of reproduction and care in an interconnected world.
118Expressive Arts, Difference and Subalternity in the Global SouthMauricio AcuñaBernardo Fonseca Machado366Are acting techniques universal? A transnational analysis between São Paulo and New YorkBernardo Fonseca Machado118 Expressive Arts, Difference and Subalternity in the Global South547From the Museu Paulista to the classroom: the visual representation of the Bandeirantes in educational publications in Brazilthais chang waldman118 Expressive Arts, Difference and Subalternity in the Global South604Suma ruray, ou como sair do Tempo dos Pensamentos Roubados/Suma ruray, or how to leave the Time of Stolen ThoughtsTatiana Lotierzo Hirano118 Expressive Arts, Difference and Subalternity in the Global South760South African protest arts on the moveJeannine-Madeleine Fischer118 Expressive Arts, Difference and Subalternity in the Global South777Bembé do Mercado: embroidery as an act of freedom and politics.Thaís Salves de Brito118 Expressive Arts, Difference and Subalternity in the Global South
119The impact of COVID-19 on Gender violence [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics and Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]Anita NudelmanMartha Patricia Castañeda Castañeda-Salgado61COVID-19 LOCKDOWN AND PERILED FAMILY RELATION: A STUDY OF INTIMATE PARTNER VIOLENCE AMONG DOMESTIC WORKERS IN INDIA.itishree padhi119 The impact of COVID-19 on Gender violence [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics and Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]188Migrant women under gender violence and covid-19 impact. Are there data in Belgium?Ana Valenzuela119 The impact of COVID-19 on Gender violence [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics and Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]291Impact of Covid-19 on Family Dynamics: A Case Study of an Urban JJ Colony in Delhi.LOVEENA SEHRA119 The impact of COVID-19 on Gender violence [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics and Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]560The "Other" Pandemic: Femicide in times of COVID-19.Shalva Weil119 The impact of COVID-19 on Gender violence [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics and Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]685Impact of COVID-19 on Gender Based Violence among Refugees in UgandaElizabeth Nansubuga119 The impact of COVID-19 on Gender violence [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics and Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]741Mapping the domestic violence through student’s eyes: an empirical study during COVID-19 pandemic in IndiaSarvendra Yadav, Raksha PurohitRaksha Purohit119 The impact of COVID-19 on Gender violence [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics and Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]744The infodemic during COVID-19: the relationship between information consumption via social networks and pandemic-related decision makingAlma Alicia Ochoa Moctezuma119 The impact of COVID-19 on Gender violence [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics and Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]746A review of memory. Amuzga women in the state of Guerrero in the context of the pandemic.Nashely Figueroa Galván, Adriana Celis BandalaAdriana Celis Bandala119 The impact of COVID-19 on Gender violence [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics and Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]801Impact of the Covid-19 Pandemic on the increase in violence against women in BrazilPatricia Moura Costa, Miriam Pillar Grossi, José Maria Valcuende Del RíoMiriam Pillar Grossi, José Maria Valcuende Del Río119 The impact of COVID-19 on Gender violence [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics and Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]848Gender, Class and Violence: Pandemic Effects on UNAM´s Female WorkersAna Celia Chapa-Romero, Rosa María Mendoza-Rosas, Hermelinda María Mendoza-VillavicencioRosa María Mendoza-Rosas, Hermelinda María Mendoza-Villavicencio119 The impact of COVID-19 on Gender violence [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics and Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]879Covid-19 pandemic and gender-based violence in CameroonSOCPA Antoine119 The impact of COVID-19 on Gender violence [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics and Commission on Global Feminisms and Queer Politics]
120Intangible Heritage: safeguard and other forms of (re) existenceClécia Maria Aquino de QueirozLucia Maria Aquino de Queiroz, Mariel Eva Cisneros López, Vítor Aquino de Queiroz D'Ávila Teixeira44Frevo and Heritage: popular culture and public policies in shifting scenariosLEONARDO LEAL ESTEVES120 Intangible Heritage: safeguard and other forms of (re) existence269FORRÓ COMO PATRIMÔNIO IMATERIAL DO BRASIL: REFLEXÕES SOBRE O PROCESSO DE RECONHECIMENTOLúcia Maria Aquino de Queiroz, Carmen Lúcia Castro Lima, Carolina Dantas, Júlia SalgadoCarmen Lúcia Castro Lima, Carolina Dantas, Júlia Salgado120 Intangible Heritage: safeguard and other forms of (re) existence368The samba de roda from the Recôncavo region in Bahia and the performative aesthetics of womenClécia Maria Aquino de Queiroz120 Intangible Heritage: safeguard and other forms of (re) existence499Os deuses e os mortos contra o estadoVítor Queiroz120 Intangible Heritage: safeguard and other forms of (re) existence539Under their arms, they carry a “grocery store”: daily arrangements and women's work in Rincão dos Alves (RS, Brazil)Renata Piecha, Maria Catarina Chitolina ZaniniMaria Catarina Chitolina Zanini120 Intangible Heritage: safeguard and other forms of (re) existence864El papel de la investigación antropológica en la salvaguardia del patrimonio inmaterialVerónica Velázquez Guerrero120 Intangible Heritage: safeguard and other forms of (re) existence
121Archives, Catalogues, and Ethnography. Classifying Cultural Data and Material Culture in World Anthropologies [IUAES Commission: Museums and Cultural Heritage]Ricardo FagoagaHannah Turner, Sowparnika Balaswaminathan238Collecting Distress: Locating Affect & Reframing Representations in Cold War era Collections at the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural HistorySowparnika Balaswaminathan121 Archives, Catalogues, and Ethnography. Classifying Cultural Data and Material Culture in World Anthropologies [IUAES Commission: Museums and Cultural Heritage]330Cataloguing Culture: Histories of Documentation in the Smithsonian's Department of AnthropologyHannah Turner121 Archives, Catalogues, and Ethnography. Classifying Cultural Data and Material Culture in World Anthropologies [IUAES Commission: Museums and Cultural Heritage]410Classifying Siberian Local Culture within Imperial Russian EthnographyMarisa Karyl Franz121 Archives, Catalogues, and Ethnography. Classifying Cultural Data and Material Culture in World Anthropologies [IUAES Commission: Museums and Cultural Heritage]709The First Mexican Ethnographic Collection. Collecting and Classifying Material Culture in Uncertain and Pre-Revolutionary TimesRicardo A. Fagoaga121 Archives, Catalogues, and Ethnography. Classifying Cultural Data and Material Culture in World Anthropologies [IUAES Commission: Museums and Cultural Heritage]898Instructions for an Inventory of Popular Knowledge: The National Folklore Survey in Argentina (1921)Ana Carolina Arias121 Archives, Catalogues, and Ethnography. Classifying Cultural Data and Material Culture in World Anthropologies [IUAES Commission: Museums and Cultural Heritage]
123Domestic workers struggles for their rights: creating cultural heritage and memory in Latin America and other latitudes [Human Rights].Mary Rosaria GoldsmithAvril Regina Arjona-Luna, Jurema Gorski Brites66“We Gotta Be Strategic, Compañeras”: Advancing Household Workers’ Labor Rights through “Doing Difference” in Buenos Aires, ArgentinaMaría Lis Baiocchi123 Domestic workers struggles for their rights: creating cultural heritage and memory in Latin America and other latitudes [Human Rights].166Domestic work: a historic sentence and survival strategy for Black and Indigenous women.Larissa Neves da Costa123 Domestic workers struggles for their rights: creating cultural heritage and memory in Latin America and other latitudes [Human Rights].612La virtualidad en pandemia como espacio de intercambios, resistencias y resignificación de los derechos de las trabajadoras domésticas de BuenosVerónica Luciana Casas, Santiago CanevaroSantiago Canevaro123 Domestic workers struggles for their rights: creating cultural heritage and memory in Latin America and other latitudes [Human Rights].752Objetivo: Comprender cómo las vivencias de violación de sus derechos, experimentadas de manera individual las lleva a la organización políticaGeorgina Rojas-Garcia, Gabriela Vargas-FloresGabriela Vargas-Flores123 Domestic workers struggles for their rights: creating cultural heritage and memory in Latin America and other latitudes [Human Rights].809Trayectoria de sindicalización de las trabajadoras del hogar de Santiago del EsteroLucas Emanuel Torres123 Domestic workers struggles for their rights: creating cultural heritage and memory in Latin America and other latitudes [Human Rights].855Memoria y patrimonios visuales en las luchas de las trabajadoras del hogar remuneradas en México del Siglo XXMary Rosaria Goldsmith, Avril Regina Arjona-LunaAvril Regina Arjona-Luna123 Domestic workers struggles for their rights: creating cultural heritage and memory in Latin America and other latitudes [Human Rights].
124Exploring the role of social determinants of health and peoples-centered approaches for health activism and quality care in the COVID [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]Reddi Sekhara YalamalaSrividhya Samakhya53Association of the anthropometric parameters with the vitamin D deficiency among the adult males of Chandigarh, India.divesh dik124 Exploring the role of social determinants of health and peoples-centered approaches for health activism and quality care in the COVID [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]88Covid-19 and social stigma in Mexico City Hospitals: a new epidemic of signification?Rubén Muñoz Martínez124 Exploring the role of social determinants of health and peoples-centered approaches for health activism and quality care in the COVID [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]397Resistance and hesitance for Covid-19 vaccine among tribals of Jharkhand: An ethnographic studyKumari Vibhuti Nayak124 Exploring the role of social determinants of health and peoples-centered approaches for health activism and quality care in the COVID [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]480The role of social determinants of Covid-19 in IndiaReddi sekhara Yalamala124 Exploring the role of social determinants of health and peoples-centered approaches for health activism and quality care in the COVID [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]668Seguridad alimentaria, desigualdad social y salud entre la gente mayor. Un análisis desde la atención primaria en EspañaMireia Campanera, Mercè GasullMercè Gasull124 Exploring the role of social determinants of health and peoples-centered approaches for health activism and quality care in the COVID [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]783"Space Suits" and the Other World of COVID Wards; an ethnographic workMohammadhossein B. Jahromi124 Exploring the role of social determinants of health and peoples-centered approaches for health activism and quality care in the COVID [Commission of the Anthropology of Pandemics]
126Rural Heritage in the Urban Context: Continuity of Traditional PracticesSumita ChaudhuriZannat- E Ferdousi Lucky, Claudia Morales186Study on the Protection and Inheritance of Ethnic Villages’ Cultural Traditions in Tourism DevelopmentLei WANG126 Rural Heritage in the Urban Context: Continuity of Traditional Practices207Analysis of the influence of China's urbanization on the concept of "Rule of Ritual" in rural areasYANJIN WU126 Rural Heritage in the Urban Context: Continuity of Traditional Practices216Farming in Urban Slum - A Case Study for Survival during Covid-19 PandemicZANNAT E FERDOUSI126 Rural Heritage in the Urban Context: Continuity of Traditional Practices838Northeast Montevideo: the city growing over rural land.Lucía Abbadie126 Rural Heritage in the Urban Context: Continuity of Traditional Practices
127Studies related to the COVID-19 pandemic [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]Julia Elena FragaSudip Datta Banik, Anaximandro Gómez Velasco247Pandemic and the Ritual of Discrimination of Dalits: A Historical ContinuumSargam Sanil127 Studies related to the COVID-19 pandemic [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]412Narratives of Circular Migrants on the impact of Covid 19 Pandemic in Flood-prone areas of North BiharKasturi Datta, Pankaj Kumar JhaPankaj Kumar Jha127 Studies related to the COVID-19 pandemic [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]439COVID-19 and its impact on a deaf communitySentijungla Sentijungla127 Studies related to the COVID-19 pandemic [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]498Perception of students towards online education during the COVID-19 pandemic: Few empirical observations from IndiaSarvendra Yadav, Sonia Kaushal, Divya GiriSonia Kaushal, Divya Giri127 Studies related to the COVID-19 pandemic [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]561Impact of lock down in the socio-cultural life of people due to the Covid-19 pandemicSupratim Bhattacharya127 Studies related to the COVID-19 pandemic [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]871How does stigma operate during a lockdown?: Perspectives from a systematic analysis of media reports on Covid-19 in IndiaBhavna Joshi127 Studies related to the COVID-19 pandemic [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]903COVID-19 Pandemic in Mexico: Regional and Biocultural Perspectives Sudip Datta Banik, Anaximandro Gómez Velasco, Julia Elena Fraga BerdugoAnaximandro Gómez Velasco, Julia Elena Fraga Berdugo127 Studies related to the COVID-19 pandemic [Commission on the Anthropology of Pandemics]
128In, Around, On, and Outside the Body: Studies Related to CorporealityGabriela Vargas-CetinaRitika Gulyani184Maleabilidad del cuerpo mediante el uso de maquillaje en la Ciudad de MéxicoAndrea Carolina Gómez128 In, Around, On, and Outside the Body: Studies Related to Corporeality464Socio-cultural representations of pregnant and breastfeeding women about trust and distrust in relation to food risksAraceli Muñoz128 In, Around, On, and Outside the Body: Studies Related to Corporeality739Role of Government Policies in the Education of Deaf Students in IndiaRitika Gulyani128 In, Around, On, and Outside the Body: Studies Related to Corporeality750Following the imprint of the dancing feet Tras la huella de los pies que danzanClaudia Morales Carbajal128 In, Around, On, and Outside the Body: Studies Related to Corporeality846Comunidad Terapéutica Participativa en la Unidad Médica para la Salud (UMAPS) en Santa Ana del Conde, León, Guanajuato, México.María Elizabeth Navarro Jerónimos, Maricruz Romero-UgaldeMaricruz Romero-Ugalde128 In, Around, On, and Outside the Body: Studies Related to Corporeality
129Contemporary problems of heritage and territoryRaúl Enrique Rivero CantoZaira Donají Jiménez Castro1The politics of the “project area”: patrimony, space and environmental risk in Argentina and MexicoAnaliese Marie Richard, Ana Spivak L'HosteAna Spivak L'Hoste129 Contemporary problems of heritage and territory47La vida sociocultural del Maíz Lluteño: Investigación cualitativa sobre las prácticas, experiencias y narrativas en torno a la semilla patrimonializadaMartin Esteban Obreque, Martina Rochelle Cayul, Ester Alexandra DavidoffMartina Rochelle Cayul, Ester Alexandra Davidoff129 Contemporary problems of heritage and territory63Agroindustria extractiva y tensiones entre comunidad agraria e indígena en Santo Tomás, Michoacán, MéxicoMaría del Carmen Ventura Patiño129 Contemporary problems of heritage and territory254Who Owns the City Walls of Diyarbak?r? The Limits of the World Heritage Cachet as a Political and Economic ResourceA. Seda Yuksel129 Contemporary problems of heritage and territory385Heritage-based urban revitalisation at the outer edges: Reimagining global connections in southern New ZealandNatasha McKinney129 Contemporary problems of heritage and territory538Diversidad demográfica y cultural en la población de origen mexicana en Barcelona y sus efectos en la imagen urbanaKarina Pizarro Hernández, Laura Myriam Franco ShanchézLaura Myriam Franco Shanchéz129 Contemporary problems of heritage and territory656Cultural heritage and misappropriation of artisan textiles in Los Altos de Chiapas, Mexico.julieta flores montes129 Contemporary problems of heritage and territory690Resignificaciones del trabajo como patrimonio cultural en una ciudad media argentina.Fernando Funaro, Ana Cecilia Silva Ana Cecilia Silva129 Contemporary problems of heritage and territory697Reinterpreting Dissonant Colonial Heritage: Post-colonial Heritage Adjustment of Spanish Colonial Heritage in Intramuros, Manila, PhilippinesLuigie Lursh G. Almojano129 Contemporary problems of heritage and territory725The fissures and achievements in the uses of audiovisual tools for Amerindian communities in ColombiaLaura Ximena Triana129 Contemporary problems of heritage and territory779Vacas nativas en los Andes de Chile central?. Ganadería trashumante como vector de conservación de ecosistemas de montañaJorge A Razeto, Isidora Lea-Plaza, Juan C SkewesIsidora Lea-Plaza, Juan C Skewes129 Contemporary problems of heritage and territory800Indigenous people, handcraft production and heritage in the north of ArgentinaCecilia Mariana Benedetti129 Contemporary problems of heritage and territory
130Rituals and education in AméricaRodrigo Alejandro Llanes SalazarNahayeilli Juárez Huet5Gift exchange and Production of Kin among the Navans from Peruvian Central Andes: Quechuan Feast and Commensality in the CaporalíaGustavo Elmer Gutiérrez Suárez130 Rituals and education in América579Antropologia na educação básica brasileiraBreno Rodrigo de Oliveira Alencar, Marcelo da Silva Araújo, Gekbede Dantas TarginoMarcelo da Silva Araújo,Gekbede Dantas Targino130 Rituals and education in América706ANCESTRAL TOUCH: THE WEAVING BETWEEN WORLDLY, RELIGION AND ETHNIC-RACIAL RELATIONS: A DISCUSSION ABOUT IMMERSION IN CANDOMBE URUGUAYOJacqueline Reis de Freitas130 Rituals and education in América731Passengers: notes from multiespecies interactions abouth the manor houses in São Luís - MaranhãoGabriela Lages Gonçalves130 Rituals and education in América866Holy Mother Earth (Pachamama) in the experiences and worldview of the Peruvian Andean populationEnrique Rivera Vela130 Rituals and education in América
131Rituals and trade in AsiaCristina Amescua Chávez237Grandfather Becomes Father; The Trobriand Terminology RevisitedDWIGHT READ131 Rituals and trade in Asia249Celebration of k?t? initiation as relic of traditional education in Fienkasso, MaliSidyLamine Bagayoko131 Rituals and trade in Asia288An Analysis of Japanese Cultural Exporting StrategiesMei Zhang131 Rituals and trade in Asia381Yi Folk Beliefs and Taoism: A Case Study of the Guanyin Temple Consecration Ceremony in Xiaochuan Village, WeishanYang Luo131 Rituals and trade in Asia430Heritage of Terracotta Craft in North 24 Parganas, West Bengal, India: An Anthropo-archaeological studyDebasis Kumar Mondal131 Rituals and trade in Asia557Analyzing the drivers for transformations in global world: Case of traditional craft in Jaipur, IndiaNiyati Jigyasu131 Rituals and trade in Asia631To Unify the Solar Calendar KUSHI New Year Festival Time --KUSHI ICH Knowledge for the new development projectga wuzhiyou Sha, rui wang, shalong laoban131 Rituals and trade in Asia