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Shannon Speed, Director

Participatory Mapping and Indigenous Territoriality

Fri, January 31, 2014 • 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM • 2nd Floor Conference Room, Benson Latin American Collection, SRH Unit 1

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Lozano Long Workshop 2014 Public Event

Critical Reflections on Participatory Mapping and Indigenous Territoriality

Keynote speaker:
Alfredo Wagner, Projeto Novo Cartografia, Manaus, Brazil

Speakers:
• Wendy Pineda, Federación de Comunidades Nativas del Río Corrientes (FECONACO), Perú
• Álvaro César Velásco Álvarez, Fundaminga, Colombia
• Carlos Alberto González Escobar, FUNECOROBLES, Colombia
• Alfredo Vitery, Kichwa de Pastaza, Ecuador
• Melquiades (Kiado) Cruz, Sierra de Juárez, Oaxaca, México
• María Laura Nahuel, Confederación Mapuche de Neuquén, Argentina


The Lozano Long Workshop explores critical approaches to participatory mapping in terms of indigenous territoriality in Latin America, building on collaborative research conducted under the LLILAS Initiative on Participatory Mapping and the Struggle for Rights and Resources. The Workshop highlights the perspectives of indigenous and Afro-descendant intellectuals who are critically reconceptualizing the roles of participatory mapping in and by indigenous communities. Workshop participants represent the radical edge of a new social cartography with significant lessons for participatory mapping in marginalized communities across the globe. In this public event, participants will share their theoretical and critical reflections and invite questions from the audience.


Co-sponsored by:
• Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies
• School of Architecture
• Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice
• Program in Native American and Indigenous Studies


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