Nicole Fabricant Lecture


Thursday, April 5, 2018


5:30 pm


Taylor Hall 203-Auditorium

Professor Fabricant's lecture "Climate, Capitalism, and Daily Contradictions in Bolivia," draws on her current research on El Alto, the largest city in Bolivia, and particularly on the localized experiences of and organizational tactics to address water scarcity in the highlands. An Associate Professor of Anthropology at Towson State University, she is the author of Mobilizing Bolivia's Displaced: Indigenous Politics and the Struggle Over Land (University of North Carolina, 2012) and, with Bret Gustafson, Remapping Bolivia: Resources, Territory, and Indigeneity in Plurinational Bolivia (SAR Press, 2011), as well as several scholarly articles and essays on climate justice and human rights.

Kathleen Panebianco

Latin American and Latino/a Studies Program