OSEA-CITE: Ethnography of the Future/Interdisciplinary
Cultural Anthropology/Study Abroad
Past Participants & Projects
2004 OSEA Ethnography Writer’s Workshop
Josh Kaplan (University of Chicago,
Chicago, USA). Writing of introduction chapter to Ph.D. Dissertation
and revision of two additional, already written chapters.
Lilia Lizama Aranda de Rogers (Facultad
de Ciencias Antropológicas de la Universidad de Yucatán,
Mérida, México). Writing of introduction chapter to
Masters Thesis in Archaeology.
Linda D·Amico (Winona College,
Minnesota, USA). Revision of book manuscript, Otavalan
Women, Global Networking and Transcultural Community.
Maria Rogal (University of Florida,
Gainesville, USA). Analysis of research materials on the visual
cultures of Playa del Carmen, Q. Roo, and Mérida, Yucatán
that derived from MIRA 2004; graphic design of poster and preparation
of papers for conferences in Guadalajara, México, and Havana,
Cuba; and, the writing of two journal articles: "What is an
Ethnographic Photograph?" and "Mérida In the World:
Cultural Revitalization and Tourism" (with Quetzil Castañeda).
Patricia Fortuny Loret de Mola (CIESAS
Peninsular /Centro de Investigación y Estudios Superiores
en Antropología Social, Mérida, Yucatán , México).
Writing of chapter for a collected volume on Mexican migration to
the USA, "Transnational Hetzmek: Ritual and Religion among
Yucatec Maya Migrants in San Francisco, California and in Oxkutzcab,
Quetzil Castañeda (OSEA, Seattle,
USA, and Mérida, México). Final Revisions of journal
manuscript on the aesthetics of Maya tourism art from Chichén
Itzá, "The Aura of Indifference: Hybridity and Maya
Modernity," and the writing of two journal articles, "What
is an Ethnographic Photograph?" and "Mérida In
the World: Cultural Revitalization and Tourism" (both co-authored
with Maria Rogal).