Between life and deathworlds: Land, dehumanization and Indigenous rights in Peru (Online Webinar)

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  • Political, social, and historical contexts
  • Indigenous peoples and rights
  • State violence and repression
  • Human and more-than-human relations

Facilitated by Dr. Elizabeth Sumida Huaman

Co-sponsored by the College of Education and Human Development, Department of American Studies, and the Human Rights Program; hosted by the Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Global Change at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

About the Speaker

JOSE PABLO BARAYBAR, PH.D. Former EPAF Director (Peruvian Team of Forensic Anthropology)

HENRY J. MERCADO SALAZAR Human rights attorney, Lead, Putis case, NGO Derechos Humanos Paz

MARÍA ELENA GARCÍA Professor, Comparative History of Ideas, University of Washington, Seattle and author of Making Indigenous Citizens and Gastropolitics and the Spectre of Race

Facilitated by Dr. Elizabeth Sumida Huaman