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Notes on the Contributors

From: Latin American Research Review
Volume 48, Special Issue, 2013
pp. 144-145 | 10.1353/lar.2013.0053

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Santiago Alfaro Rotondo is a sociologist and professor of cultural policy and cultural industries at Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú and at the Universidad Antonio Ruiz de Montoya. He is also indigenous rights program officer at the South America Regional Office of Oxfam America. He coedited Ciudadanía inter-cultural: Conceptos y pedagogías desde América Latina (2008) and contributed articles to Políticas culturales: Ensayos críticos (2006) and Mundos exteriores: Lima en el siglo veinte (2013). His research interests include ethnicity and citizenship, cultural policies, the popular music and audiovisual markets, and media piracy.

  

Rubens Bayardo es licenciado en ciencias antropológicas y doctor en filosofía y letras. Trabaja en investigación en las áreas de la economía de la cultura, las políticas culturales y la gestión cultural, y es director del Programa de Antropología de la Cultura en la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras de la Universidad de Buenos Aires. Desde 2008 es director de la carrera de especialización en gestión cultural y políticas culturales, que se dicta en el Instituto de Altos Estudios Sociales de la Universidad Nacional de San Martín.

  

Luis E. Cárcamo-Huechante is associate professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese and the Native American and Indigenous Studies program at the University of Texas at Austin, and a 2013–2014 Fellow at the National Humanities Center in North Carolina. As a member of the Comunidad de Historia Mapuche, a collective of Mapuche researchers, he coedited an interdisciplinary collection of essays titled Ta iñ fijke xipa rakizuameluwün: Historia, colonialismo y resistencia desde el país mapuche (2012). In 2007, he published Tramas del mercado: Imaginación económica, cultura pública y literatura en el Chile de fines del siglo veinte and coedited the volume of essays El valor de la cultura: Arte, literatura y mercado en América Latina (with Álvaro Fernández-Bravo and Alejandra Laera). He has published articles in prestigious academic journals and is a member of the editorial boards of several scholarly journals.

  

José Ramón Jouve-Martín is associate professor of Spanish-American colonial literature in the Department of Languages, Literatures, and Cultures at McGill University. His main area of interest is Latin American colonial literature and the intersection of history, memory, and literature. His research has been funded by the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Fonds Québécois de la Recherche sur la Société et la Culture, the Deutscher Akademischer Austausch Dienst, and the Fulbright Program. He is the author of Esclavos de la ciudad letrada: Esclavitud, escritura y colonialismo en Lima, 1650–1700 (2005) and The Black Doctors of Colonial Lima: Science, Race, and Writing in Colonial and Early Republican Peru (forthcoming). His work has appeared in Colonial Latin American Review, Bulletin of Spanish Studies, Revista de Estudios Hispánicos, and Hispanófila, among others.

  

Ana María Ochoa Gautier is associate professor in the Department of Music and director of the Center for Ethnomusicology at Columbia University. She has also worked at the Colombian Institute of Anthropology and History and at the Carlos Chávez musical archives at the Mexican National Center for the Arts. Her topics of research are music, cultural policy, and violence; music, intellectual property, and changing technologies; histories of listening and of knowledge about music in Latin America and the Caribbean; biopolitics; and music and sound in Latin America and the Caribbean. She won a Guggenheim award for music research in 2007–2008. Her books include Aurality and the Politics of Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century Colombia (forthcoming), Entre los deseos y los derechos: Un ensayo crítico sobre políticas culturales (2003), and Músicas locales en tiempos de globalización (2003).

  

Mareia Quintero Rivera es doctora en historia social por la Universidad de São Paulo, Brasil, y profesora de la Facultad de Humanidades, Recinto de Río Piedras, Universidad de Puerto Rico. Actualmente se desempeña como directora del Programa en Estudios Interdisciplinarios y la maestría en gestión y administración cultural. Es autora de A cor e o som da nação: A idéia de mesti...



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