|Jan||Feb||Mar||Apr||May||Jun||Jul||Aug||Sep||Oct (4)||Nov (3)||Dec|
Anthropology through Film has been taught at FIU for over 8 years by Dr. Wiedman with an emphasis on Native North American films. The Spring 2015 course transitions to global Indigenous films from regions throughout the world.
The aim of this class is to allow students to better understand the socio-environmental conflicts affecting Indigenous Peoples in the Peruvian Amazon and to inspire their involvement in these issues through the interaction and interchange of ideas with some of the very people involved in these struggles as they work to resolve them.
This is a two-semester program that combines interdisciplinary service research with cultural and ecological experiential learning. It culminates with a four week stay in Peru, with several days spent in Lima, the metropolitan capitol of Peru, Iquitos, the largest city in the western Amazon, and at field stations in the Amazon rainforest itself.
Focuses on the Chevron-Ecuador dispute that arose from a lawsuit filed on behalf of indigenous peoples from the Ecuadorean Amazon.
Natives of North America, Mayas of Central America, Aymaras and Quechuas of the Andes. RLG 5937 – REL 4937-U06. MMC. Mondays 5:00 - 9:05 PM. Ana Maria Bidegain. Religious Studies
Seminar on Latin America: Latin American Indigenous Peoples’ Experiences, Cultures and Political Str
The aim of this class is to engage with scholarly work that sheds light on the contemporary experiences and struggles of indigenous peoples across Latin America. Most weeks will be dedicated to reading ethnographies written by anthropologists and scholars from related disciplines (including some indigenous scholars) and discussing both the theoretical and thematic content of those ethnographies