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About the seminar

The Latin American Anthropology Seminar series is a forum in which anthropologists in the early phase of their careers working on Latin America can present their work and get feedback in a supportive and collaborative environment, as well as build connections between researchers and departments. It is jointly run by the Institute of Latin American Studies and several London-based Anthropology departments such as LSE, Goldsmiths and UCL. The seminars take place fortnightly at the Senate House during term time. Seminars are chaired by peers on a rotational basis and take the form of around 45 minute presentations so as to leave time for questions and discussion.

Convenors: Agustín Diz (LSE), Johanna Gómez (UCL), Clate Korsant (Goldsmiths), Agathe Faure (LSE), Natalia Bonet (Kent), Martyn Wemyss (Goldsmiths), Gabriela Piña Ahumada (LSE), Ainhoa Montoya (ILAS, SAS).

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