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249 CONTRIBUTORS Ana Rosa Duarte Duarte holds a doctorate in social anthropology from the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Iztapalaba. She is a research professor in the Social Sciences Unit of the “Dr. Hideyo Noguchi” Regional Research Center at the Universidad Autónoma de Yucatán, cofounder of the community-based media arts organization Yoochel Kaaj, and founding member of the Turix Collective. Her research interests include Mayan knowledge andculture,Mayanself-identityandrepresentation,andinterculturalrelations in the Mexican Southeast. Her recent publications include “Las autonomías de los pueblos mayas de Yucatán y su silencio ante las políticas de asimilación y la legislación de sus derechos” (2013), “Los mayas del siglo XXI: Propuestas para la descolonización de su imagen” (2013), “Agua sagrada: Uno de los principales elementos de vida en la cultura Maya” (2013), “Mayan Visions of Autonomy and the Politics of Assimilation” (2012), “Género y globalización: Un panorama intercultural” (with Byrt Wammack Weber, 2010), Género en la época de la globalización: Miradas desde el Mundo Maya (coedited with Byrt Wammack Weber, 2010), “TURIX: Por los derechos de los niñas y de las niñas a los medios y a la comunicación” (2010), and “Imaginando a los Mayas de hoy: Auto-representación y política” (2008). She produced and codirected the Mayan documentary film Arroz con leche: K óol uti’al k kuxtal (2009). Argelia González Hurtado holds a PhD in Spanish and Latin American studies from the University of Alberta. Her research interests include Latin 250 CONTRIBUTORS American cinema, especially indigenous productions in Mexico; Latin American literature and women’s literature; and popular culture. She has published in the online journal Decolonization: Indigeneity, Education & Society, was cofounder and editor of the online magazine La guagua cultural, and is the producer of the short films Hidden Gods (2015), The Last Deaths of Joe (2012), and The Seed (2008). She is also cofounder of Llovizna Viajera, a cultural collective that seeks the creation and promotion of art and media productions by Mexican and Mexican-Canadian artists. Ingrid Kummels is professor of cultural and social anthropology at the Institute for Latin American Studies at the Freie Universität Berlin. She has conducted long-term ethnographic research in Mexico, Cuba, Peru, and the United States, focusing on migration, transnational family relations, and community building, as well as media and visual anthropology. She is also a filmmaker who has codirected several films with Manfred Schäfer. Among her publications on the subject of media and visual anthropology are “Cine Indígena: Video, Migration and the Dynamics of Belonging between Mexico and the USA” (2012); “Indigenismos populares y transnacionales en torno a los tarahumaras de principios del siglo XX: La concepción de la modernidad a partir del deporte, de la fotografía y del cine” (2013); and “Unexpected Memories : Bringing Back Photographs and Films to an Asháninka Nomatsiguenka Community of the Peruvian Selva Central” (2015). She is currently preparing the publication of a book entitled Transborder Media Spaces: Ayuujk Videomaking between Mexico and the USA. Elías Barón Levín Rojo is research professor at the Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Xochimilco and founder of La Pirinola A.C. He is a member of Yoochel Kaaj and coorganizer of the Soft Geographies Regional Film and Video Festival in Mérida, Yucatán. He is an independent curator and a specialist in electronic art and video, as well as a journalist, writer, and producer of video and educational programs. He has served as coordinator for the Multimedia Department at the Sciences and Arts Museum at the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, the Video Department of the Carrillo Gil Museum of Contemporary Art, and the residents program at the Mexican Natural Sciences Museum. Freya Schiwy is associate professor of media and cultural studies at the University of California, Riverside. She is author of Indianizing Film: Decolonization , the Andes, and the Question of Technology (2009). She is also coeditor of Digital Media, Cultural Production, and Speculative Capitalism (2011); (In)disciplinar las ciencias sociales: Geopolíticas del conocimiento y colonidad 251 CONTRIBUTORS del poder; Perspectivas desde lo andino (2002); and a dossier on the geopolitics of knowledge in the journal Nepantla: Views from South (2001). Her current book project, The Open Invitation: Video-Activism, Mexico, and the Politics of Affect, examines the notion of the political in light of collaborative community media in Mexico and contemporary debates in cultural theory. Livia K. Stone is an...


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