*Wednesday May 19: 12-2pm in 912 Sproul Hall*
Please join us for a lunchtime discussion with Salvador Schavelzon, who is visiting Davis from Brazil.
Salvador works on Latin American cosmopolitics, Indigenous Autonomy and Anthropology of the State. He is writing his PhD thesis in Anthropology on the political process in Bolivia, based on ethnographic research about the Constitutional Assembly and the foundation of the Plurinational State. He graduated from University of Buenos Aires; and is doctorate candidate at Federal University of Rio de Janeiro where he also did his master with a dissertation about the State in Argentina.
*Lunch will be provided*
*This event will be in Spanish*
For more information, please contact Magalí Rabasa (firstname.lastname@example.org)