Kathleen S. Fine-Dare



                Department of Anthropology                                                            (970) 247-7438 (o)

                1000 Rim Drive                                                                                     

                Fort Lewis College                                                                              

                Durango, CO  81301-3999                                                                                                                                                                           


                Ph.D., Anthropology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1986

                A.M., Anthropology, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 1980

                B.A., Anthropology, DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana, 1974


Dissertation: “Ideology, History, and Action in Cotocollao, a Barrio of Quito, Ecuador


Honors and Awards:

                Fort Lewis College Featured Scholar, Fall 2005

                Fulbright Lecturing Award to Quito, Ecuador (2004-05)

                Alice Admire Distinguished Teaching Award, Fort Lewis College (1994-95)

                Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Fellowship (1980-81)

                Doherty Foundation Fellowship (1989; declined due to concurrence of Fulbright award)

                University of Illinois Graduate Fellowship (1977-78)

                Malpas Trust Scholarship, DePauw University (1970-74)

                Indiana State Scholarship (1970-74)

                Phi Kappa Phi

                Doctoral preliminary exams passed with Distinction (1980)

                Superior Standing, Department of Anthropology, DePauw University (1974)


Research grants

                Fort Lewis College Foundation Grant, 2006

                Fort Lewis College Faculty Research Development Grants, 2001 and 2003

                Fort Lewis College Foundation Grant, study trip to Beijing, 1995

                Teaching Development Grant, Fort Lewis College, 1993-94

                Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research fieldwork grant (1988)

                Tinker Foundation Summer Fieldwork Grant (1982)

                University of Illinois Graduate Scholarship Supplement Grant (1982)

                National Science Foundation Dissertation Supplement Grant (1980-82)


Grants for Fort Lewis College

  • “Cultural Property, Cultural Privacy, and Repatriation: A Long-Term Collaborative Dialogue”--NAGPRA Grant to Museums, National Park Service (awarded August 1995; co-written with Philip Duke; award amount: $54,000)
  • Co-writer (with Amy Stenslien) of successful 5-year Program of Excellence grant awarded the FLC Department of Anthropology by the Colorado Commission on Higher Education ($750,000).


Sabbatical leaves awarded

  • 2004-2005 academic year: “Education and Social (In)Security in Ecuador”
  • Fall term, 1995--Project topic: “Repatriation Issues in the Academy”.


Positions held

                Professor of Anthropology & Gender/Women’s Studies, Fort Lewis College (1996- )

                Chair, Department of Anthropology, Fort Lewis College (1991-1996)

                Associate Professor of Anthropology and Women's Studies, Fort Lewis College (1990-1996)             Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Fort Lewis College (1986-1990)

                Instructor:  bilingual education certification program, Farmington School District, New Mexico

                Instructor, Department of Anthropology, Fort Lewis College (1983-1986)

                Teaching Assistant, University of Illinois Department of Anthropology (1978, 1982)


Consultation and off-campus professional work

                Invited speaker: II Ecuadorian Anthropology Congress (2006)

                Invited speaker: Doshisha University School of Graduate American Studies (2006)

                Invited speaker: Mesa Verde National Park Centennial Lecture Series (2006)

Invited speaker: Department of Anthropology, Johns Hopkins University, September 27, 2004.

Invited speaker: Department of Sociology and Anthropology, George Mason University, Sept. 23, 2004.

Invited speaker: Tattered Cover Bookstore, Denver, Colorado, June 2003.

                Editorial Board Member, The Journal of Latin American Anthropology (1999-2003 )

                Fulbright Dissertation Grant Application Review Panel (Institute of International Education; for South American research: 1994, 1995, 1997)

Manuscript reviewer (American Anthropologist, Cultural Anthropology, Culture and Agriculture, Harbinger House, Holt, Rinehart, and Winston, Identities, Journal of Latin American Anthropology, Latin American Research Review, Mayfield Publishing, University Press of Colorado, University of Texas Press, Wadsworth, Worldmark Encyclopedia of Religious Studies,  etc.)

Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research reviewer for regular and predoctoral grants (1993)

                Ethnographic consultant, Southwest Archaeological Services, Inc., Aztec, New Mexico (1990- )

                Anthropological consultant (informal), San Juan National Forest Durango, CO

                Colorado Council on the Arts, 1993 Folk Arts Master/Apprentice panel member  (Denver, Sept. 1992)

                Western Colorado Museum small grants reviewer (1991-1994)  

Site Visitor, Colorado Council on the Arts and Humanities, Folk Arts Master/Apprentice Program, 1991-92

                Academic participant/writer for The Mirror Project, funded by the U.S. West Corporation, administered at Fort Lewis College, Durango (1989)

                Associate for Reviews, American Ethnologist (1983)

                Assistant for Reviews, American Ethnologist (1979-80, 1982)

                Research assistant to Norman E. Whitten, Jr., editor, on Cultural Transformations and Ethnicity in Modern Ecuador  (University of Illinois Press, 1981)

Research assistant to Douglas Butterworth and John Chance, on Urbanization in Latin America  (Cambridge University Press, 1980)

                Editor, Journal of the Steward Anthropological Society (1977-78)

                Research assistant to Richard Thompson (University of  Illinois) for Ugandan interview project (1977)

                Clerk:  editing and archival work, Field Museum of Natural History Dept. of Anthropology (1975-76)

                Chairperson and Treasurer, La Gente Community Center, Chicago, Illinois, (1974-76; volunteer work)



Spanish (fluent); French (reading); Imbabura Quichua (good comprehension and reading; rusty speaking); minimal training in German and in ancient and demotic Greek


Anthropological fieldwork/professional travel:

                Quito, Ecuador (Cotocollao sector), 3 weeks  (2000, 2001, 2002), 6 weeks  (2003), 3 weeks (2005), 4 weeks (2006)

                Cusco, Perú region (August, 1998)

                Beijing, China (NGO Conference on Women; Aug-Sept 1995)

                La Paz, Bolivia (May 29-June 15, 1995)

                Quito, Ecuador (Cotocollao sector), 22 months total (1988, 1986, 1982, 1980-81, 1979)

                community of Peguche, Imbabura Province, Ecuador, 2 months (1982)


Archival research:

                Mesa Verde National Park (1988, 1995, 2006)

                archive of the Instituto Otavaleño de Antropología (1981, 1982)

                archive of the Franciscan Order, Quito, Ecuador (1981)

                archive of the Archbishopric of Quito, Ecuador (1981)


Research interests:

history of anthropology; critical anthropology and indigenous advocacy; neoliberalism and education in Latin America and the U.S.; nationalism and postcolonial theory; Latin American urban fiesta complex; intellectual property rights and Native Americans; NAGPRA; anthropology of gender and gender asymmetry; feminist theory; ideological aspects of museum and cultural park interpretation and displays; tourism.

Area interests:

                Andean and Amazonian South America (particularly Ecuador); Native North America; North America (popular culture, museums);  Hispanic and Native Southwest U.S.


Courses taught*:

                Anth 151C: Introduction to Anthropology (all 4 subfields plus applied)

                Anth 210C: Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology (co-taught in 2001 with Enrique Salmón)

                TS2S 402:  Thematic Studies: Movements of Resistance (Winter 2003)

                Anth 215CE: Magic, Witchcraft, and Religion

                Anth 217C: Cultural Images of Women and Men          

                Anth 351: Ethnology of South America

                Anth 351CE: Ethnology of Andean South America

                Anth 355C: Anthropology of Women

                Anth 355C: Anthropology of Gender

                Anth 371CE: Ethnology of Lowland South America

                Anth 371CE: Ethnology of Amazonian South America

                Anth 390: Women's Roles in a Changing World

                Anth 391: Cultural and Historical Frontiers (co-taught with Neil McHugh)

                Anth 391: Tourism and Anthropology in the American Southwest (co-taught with Debra Martin)

                Anth 395: History of Anthropological Thought

                Anth 396: Proseminar in Anthropology

                Anth 407: Political Anthropology

                Anth 451: Advanced Research in Latin American Anthropology

                Anth 455: Advanced Research in the Anthropology of Gender

                Anth 496: Senior Research Seminar

                WS 495: Capstone Seminar in Women's Studies (Winter 2004)

                GS 391:  Language and Mind (1-hr. course)

                Honors 203: Honors Seminar in the Social Sciences/500 Years of Survival: The Quincentenary of the Columbus Voyage (co-taught with Rick Wheelock)          

                Freshman Composition Seminar 101: Native American Experience Through Literature

                Freshman Composition Seminar 101: Anthropology Through Literature

                Freshman Composition Seminar 101: Rethinking the Quincentenary
                General Studies 100: What is Normal? (1 hour freshman seminar, 2005)

                General Studies 100: Native American Gender & Sexuality (1 hour freshman seminar, 2006)

                General Studies 101: Human Heritage I

                General Studies 102: Human Heritage II

                General Studies 191: Human Heritage I Film Series

                Southwest Studies 191: Introduction to the Southwest

                TS2S 402:  Movements of Resistance

                TS2R 407: Representations and Power


Campus service

                Faculty Co-Advisor, Small Axe/Small Steps (2006- present)

                Coordinator, Gender & Women’s Studies Program (2004-2006; 1997-1999)

                Library Faculty Personnel Committee (2006)

Faculty advisor, PRISM (Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexuals) Club (2003-04)

                General Education Council (Chair; 1999-2003)

                General Education and Colorado State Compliance Task Force ("GE 10") (2002-04)

                Geosciences Program Review Committee (2001-02)

                Co-Leader, General Education Culture Group (Summer 1999)

                Elected faculty representative, Presidential Search Advisory Committee (1998)

                Convener, Diversity Roundtable Seminar: “Issues in Cultural Privacy” (25 October 1996)

Invited speaker, Fort Lewis College Commencement Ceremonies, (December, 1995)

                Chair, General Education Task Force (1996-97)

                Department of Psychology Personnel Review Committee (1994-95)

                Department of Theatre Personnel Review Committee (1994)

                Writing Assessment Team (1993-1995 )

                Special Freshman advisor (1984, 1990-92, 1994)

                Coordinator, Student Honors Awards Convocation (1993)

                Department of History Program Review Committee (1992)

                Contributor to NEH grant proposal for Human Heritage Funding (1992)

                Human Heritage faculty planning group (since 1992 )

                Library Director Search Committee (1990)

                Panel presenter for Women's Awareness Week (1991)

                Panel presenter for Gay and Lesbian Awareness Week (1991)

                Panel presenter for Diversity Day, Fort Lewis College (1991)

                Women's Awareness Week panel discussant on professions (1989)

                Speaker for opposition to CIA recruiting on campus (1988)

                Speaker for opposition to Colorado English-Only Amendment (1988)

                Anthropology Club Advisor (1988-1990)

Planning group to obtain funding for interdisciplinary Southwest studies course to enhance freshman literacy (funded by $50,000 Ford Foundation grant; 1987-88)

                Tutor in Hispanic Cultural Center, Fort Lewis College (1988-1990; 1996-97)

                Tutor in Intercultural Center, FLC (1984-1988)

Guest lecturer for several courses on campus (two Psychology Senior seminars; Southwest Studies Senior Seminar; Southwest Indian History; Introduction to the Southwest [several lectures on ethnicity, tourism, and representation in the Southwest];  Introduction to Theatre; Political Science Senior Seminar; Women in Development; various Anthropology courses not my own; etc.


Faculty committees

                Featured Scholar Selection Committee (2006- present)

                General Education Council (1999-2004)

Curriculum Committee (1989-1996; 2001-2004, 2006)

                Gender & Women’s Studies (1995 - present)

                General Education Task Force (1996-97, 1999 )

                Faculty Awards Committee (1989, 1996, 1997)               

                Women's Studies Steering Committee (1992-1994)

                Honors Council (1990-1993)

                International Studies Committee (1986)

                Intercultural Committee (1983-1988)

                Committee on Salary, Promotion, and Tenure (1986)

                Off-Campus Committee (1987)


Off-campus service activities

                Durango/Four Corners Women's Resource Center Board of Directors (2002-2005)

Invited member, Aztec National Monument Comprehensive Interpretive Plan Task Force (2003-04)

                Cangahua School Project co-organizer (Quito, Ecuador)

                Alternative Horizons Board of Directors (1994-97); Hispanic language liaison (1994- present)

                La Plata Prevention Partners Multicultural Task Force (1992-93)

Southwest Elements Committee (to plan Animas-La Plata-funded museum and cultural center, 1988)

                Talks presented in Durango Community:

                                Invited Speaker, Mesa Verde Centennial Lecture Series (“Bodies Unburied, Mummies Displayed”) 2006

                                Invited Speaker, San Juan Basin Archaeological Society ("What is Museum Anthropology?")

                                                Fall, 2002

                                Invited speaker, Leadership La Plata (summer 2000, fall 2000)

                                Colorado Timberline Academy (talk on women’s human rights and FGM); Sept. 1999

                                Getaway class talk on Cultural Property and the Past (summer 1997)

                                Women's History Month (with B. Wehmeyer, 1994)

                                Unitarian Church (on the “New Age Movement”; 1993)

                                San Juan Basin Archaeological Society (1984, 1990, 2002)

Gay and Lesbian Alliance of Durango (1991)

                                Gay and Lesbian Alliance of FLC (1991)

                                Anasazi Consortium member (administered through the Anasazi Heritage Center, 1989-1991)


AAA conference sessions organized:

                2006        Ambivalent Engagements:  Economic Crisis, State Cultural Politics, and Tourism in Latin America” – double session

2003        “Moving Across Borders: Re-Thinking and Re-Siting Americanist Anthropology in an Era of NAFTA, ALCA, and a "War on Terrorism” – 10 participants

                1997        Session on “Anthropological Dimensions of NAGPRA.”           


Published books and papers:

                Under contract  “Border Crossings: Transnational Americanist Anthropology.”  Kathleen S. Fine-Dare and Steven L. Rubenstein, eds.  University of Nebraska Press.

                Under revision:  “Histories of the Repatriation Movement” – chapter for Opening Archaeology: Repatriation’s Impact on Method and Theory, Thomas Killion, ed.

                                                School of American Research Press.

                2005        “Anthropological suspicion, public interest and NAGPRA.”  Journal of Social Archaeology 5(2): 171-192 (June).

2002        Grave Injustice: The American Indian Repatriation Movement and NAGPRA.  Lincoln: University of  Nebraska Press.

                1998        “The Cultural Contradictions of Assessment.”  Newsletter of FOSAP (Federation of Small Anthropology Programs), 7(1):13-16 (Spring)

1997  “Disciplinary Renewal Out of National Disgrace: Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act Compliance in the Academy.”  Radical History Review 68: 25-53.

                1992        “Worldview.”  Contact: Southwest Region Interpreter’s Newsletter XIV: 7-10.  Jan.-Mar.

                1991        Cotocollao:Ideología, Historia, y Acción en un barrio de Quito. Quito: Abya-Yala Press.

1988        “The Politics of 'Interpretation' at Mesa Verde National Park.”   Anthropological Quarterly  61(4): 177-186.

1981        (with the assistance of Kathleen Fine): Norman E. Whitten, Jr., “Introduction,” Pp. 1-41 IN: Cultural Transformations and Ethnicity in Modern Ecuador.  Norman E. Whitten, Jr., ed.  Urbana: University of Illinois Press.


Published book reviews (selection):

                2005        Review of Michael E. Harkin, ed., Reassessing Revitalization Movements: Perspectives from North American and the Pacific Islands (Nebraska 2004).  Choice.

                2005        Review of Irving Goldman (edited by Peter J. Wilson), Cubeo Hehénewa Religious Thought: Metaphysics of a Northwestern Amazonian People (Columbia2004).  Choice.

                2004        Review of Francisco M. Salzano and A. Magdalena Hurtado, eds., Lost Paradises and the Ethics of Research and Publication (Oxford 2004).  Choice.

                2004        Review of Barbara Alice Mann, Native Americans, Archaeologists, and the Mounds (Peter Lang 2003).  Choice 41-5994 (June).

                2004        Review of James L. Conyers, Jr., Afrocentricity and the Academy: Essays on Theory and Practice (McFarland 2003).  Choice 41-4971 (April).

                2003        Review of Carter Jones Meyer and Diana Royer, eds., Selling the Indian: Commercializing and Appropriating American Indian Cultures (Arizona 2001).  American Ethnologist 30(1).

                2003        Review of Rosario Montoya, Lessie Jo Frazier, and Janise Hurtig, eds., Gender’s Place: Feminist Anthropologies of Latin America (Palgrave 2002).  Choice 41-0395 (September).

                2003        Review of Elazar Barkan and Ronald Bush, eds., Claiming the Stones/Naming the Bones: Cultural Property and the Negotiation of National and Ethnic Identity.  (Getty Research Institute 2002).  Choice 40-6477 (July).

                2003        Review of  Kath Weston,  Gender in Real Time: Power and Transience in a Visual Age (Routledge 2002).  The Women's Studies International Forum Journal 26(3): 180-81.

                2003        Review of Steven Rubenstein,  Alejandro Tsakimp: A Shuar Healer in the Margins of History

                                (Nebraska 2002).  Choice 40-4788 (April).

                2003        Review of Ann M. Tweedie, Drawing Back Culture: The Makah Struggle for Repatriation

                                (Washington 2002); and Patricia Pierce Erickson, Voices of a Thousand People: The Makah Cultural and Research Center (Nebraska 2002). Choice 40-2869a (January).

                2002        Review of Barbara Joans, Bike Lust: Harleys, Women, and American Society (Wisconsin

                                2001). Choice 39-6749 (July).

                2002        Review of Cecilia McCallum, Gender and Sociality in Amazonia: How Real People Are Made (Berg 2001).  Choice 39-6502 (July).

                2002        Review of Irma McClaurin, ed., Black Feminist Anthropology: Theory, Politics, Praxis, and Poetics (Rutgers 2001).  Choice 39-4662 (April).

                2002        Review of Devon L. Mihesuah, ed.  The Repatriation Reader (Nebraska 2000).  Cambridge Archaeological Journal 12(1):153-155 (April).

                2002        Review of Brian S. Bauer and Charles Stanish, Ritual and Pilgrimage in the Ancient Andes: The Islands of the Sun and the Moon (Texas 2001).  Choice 39-2966 (January).

                2001        Review of William H. Fisher, Rain Forest Exchanges: Industry and Community on an Amazonian Frontier (Smithsonian 2000).  Choice 39-0389 (September).

                2001        Review of Patrick Tierney, Darkness in El Dorado: How Scientists and Journalists Devastated the Amazon (W.W. Norton 2000).  Choice 38-4547 (April).

                2001        Review of Joan D. Mandle, Can We Wear Our Pearls and Still Be Feminists? Memoirs of a Campus Struggle (Missouri 2000).  Choice 38-3600 (February).

                2001        Review of Ronald J. Duncan, Crafts, Capitalism, and Women: The Potters of La Chamba, Colombia (University Press of Florida 2000).  Choice 38-3477 (February).

                2000        Review of Nancy Wachowich with Apphia Agalakti Awa et al., Saqiyuq: Stories from the Lives of Three Inuit Women (McGill-Queen’s 1999).  Choice 37-6341 (July/August).

                2000        Review of Barbara Weir Huber, Transforming Psyche (McGill-Queen’s 1999).  Choice 37-3409 (February).

                1999        Review of Marcia Stephenson, Gender and Modernity in Andean Bolivia (Texas 1999).  Choice 37-1642 (November).

                1999        Review of Richard Parker, Beneath the Equator: Cultures of Desire, Male Homosexuality, and Emerging Gay Communities in Brazil (Routledge 1999).  Choice 37-1640 (November).

                1999        Review of Susan Scheckel, The Insistence of the Indian: Race and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century American Culture (Princeton 1998).  Choice 36-5765 (June).

                1999        Review of Inge Bolin, Rituals of Respect: The Secret of Survival in the High Peruvian Andes (Texas 1998).  Choice 36-5153 (May).

                1998        Review of Peter Wade, Blackness and Race Mixture: The Dynamics of Racial Identity in Colombia (Johns Hopkins 1993).  American Ethnologist 25(1):55-56.

                1998        Review of Johannes Wilbert,  Mindful of Famine: Religious Climatology of the Warao Indians (Harvard 1997).  Choice.

                1998        Review of Frank A. Salamone, The Yanomami and Their Interpreters: Fierce People or Fierce Interpreters? (University Press of America 1997).  Choice 35-3952 (March).

                1998        Review of Richard Pace, The Struggle for Amazon Town: Gurupá Revisited (L. Rienner 1998).  Choice 36-1052 (October).

                1998        Review of Olga Nájera-Ramírez, La Fiesta de los Tastoanes: Critical Encounters in Mexican Festival Performance (New Mexico 1997).  Choice.

1997        Review of Lauri Umansky Motherhood Reconceived: Feminism and the Legacies of the Sixties (New York University 1996).  Choice.

1996        Review of Robbie Pfeufer Kahn,  Bearing Meaning: The Language of Birth (Illinois 1995).  Choice 34-0367 (September).

                1994        Review of Hans and Judith-Maria Buechler. Manufacturing Against the Odds: Small-Scale Producers in an Andean City.  American Ethnologist 21(4):1086-1087 (November).

1993        Review of Joanne Rappaport,  The Politics of History, Native Historical Interpretation in the Colombian Andes.  American Ethnologist 20(3):630-631

1993        Review of Stephen Greenblatt,  Marvelous Possessions: The Wonder of the New World (Chicago 1991).  The Latin American Anthropology Review 5(1):38 (Spring).

1992        Review of Serge Gruzinski,  Man-Gods in the Mexican Highlands: Indian Power in Colonial Society 1520-1800 (Stanford 1989).  Latin American Anthropology Review 2(2):80-81 (Winter).

1984        Review of Susan Lobo, A House of My Own.  American Anthropologist 86(2):457-458.


Commissioned reports:

1995        (with W. James Judge) Anthropological Frameworks for Establishing Cultural Affiliation, Final

                                Report: A Document to Accompany the Inventory of Native American Human Remains and

                                Associated Funerary Objects in the Possession or Control of Mesa Verde National Park.  Prepared for Mesa Verde National Park and Research Management Division in Partial Fulfillment of Contract #MEVE-R-94-0436.

1992         (contributor, as ethnographic consultant): “Querencia: La Tierra es Todo: An Ethnographic and Historic Data Recovery Report for Sites LA 82025 and LA  83090 in San Juan and Rio Arriba Counties, New Mexico” for Williams Field Service, Bloomfield, New Mexico. Cassandra Leoncini, senior author.  Aztec, NM: Southwest Archaeological Services Technical Report No. 92-SASI-033D.

1989        “Cultural Contradictions in the West."  Paper written for The Mirror Project, U.S. West-Fort Lewis College joint project comparing cultural experiences in three western regions of the United States.


Unpublished manuscripts:

                2006        Ritual Drama, “Cultural Recuperation,” and Municipal Intervention:  The Cotocollao “Yumbada” of Quito, Ecuador.  Paper to be presented at the AAA meetings.

                2006        “Más allá del folklore: La yumbada de Cotocollao.”  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of Ecuatorianists, Latin American Studies Association, Quito, Ecuador.

2004 (with Byron Dare): “Winning at the White Man’s Game? Prosperity, Cultural Integrity, and the Struggle for Sovereignty for the Southern Ute Indian Tribe.”  Paper in preparation for the 103rd Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, November 17-21, 2004, San Francisco, CA.  (Saturday, November 20, 1:45-3:30 p.m., Session #731: “Becoming ‘Indian’ or Becoming ‘White’?  Identity, Nation Building, and Territory.”  Session Organizers, Angela Torresan, Manchester University, and João Oliveira Filho, Museu National/UFRJ.

2003        "Vaccinations, Dollarization, and Educational Reform:  Obstacles to Elementary Educational Delivery in a Marginal Area of Northwest Quito, Ecuador" Paper delivered at the Rocky

                Mountain Council of Latin American Studies Golden Anniversary Conference.  Feb. 20,

                Tempe, Arizona.

                2001        “Bodies Unburied, Mummies Displayed: Anthropology and Repatriation in the Americas.”

                                Paper given at a Presidential Invited Session, AAA meetings, Washington DC.

                2000        “Anti-Anthropology in the Age of NAGPRA: Morality Plays, Neoliberalism, and the End(s) of Native American Advocacy.”  Paper presented for invited session, “Fourth World Rising: A New Native Studies for a New Public Politics,” American Anthropological Association annual meeting.

                                San Francisco, Nov. 15-19.

                1996a      “The Discourses of Repatriation: NAGPRA Compliance in Southwest Colorado.”  Paper

                                delivered at the American Ethnological Society annual meetings in San Juan, Puerto Rico,

                                April 17-21, 1996.

                1996b      “NAGPRA and the Opportunities for Pedagogical and Dialogical Adjustments: Plus C’est la

                                Même Chose?”  Paper delivered at the American Anthropological Association annual meetings

                                in San Francisco, CA, November 19-24, 1996.

1996c      “Indigenous Identity and the Anthropological Enterprise: Comparisons from Ecuador and Colorado,”   In revision for Wicazo Sa Review.

                1995        “Truth, Postmodernism, and the Liberal Arts.”  Text of Commencement Address, Fort Lewis

                                College, 16 December 1995.

1994        “Intellectual Property Rights, the Academy, and the Para-academy:  The Appropriateness of Cultural Appropriation in the Grey Areas of University  Teaching and Discourse.”  American Anthropological Association national meetings, Atlanta, GA, November 1994.

                1993        (with Philip Duke) “Native Americans and Archaeology: A Reply to Meighan.”

1992a      “Multicultural Projects and Postcultural Anthropology: The Uneasy Fit Between Metaheuristics and Romanticism.”  Paper for the symposium, “From Mead to Foucault: Multiculturalism in the Modern World” held at the conference, "Many Voices/Many Choices: Teaching and Learning in the 21st Century.”  University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, Sept. 24-26.

1992b      “Neither Indians nor Cholos but Legitimate Residents Are We: Cultural Strategies of Survival on the Outskirts of Quito, Ecuador.”  Paper presented at the Society for Cross-Cultural Research Annual Meetings, Feb. 26-Mar. 1.

1992c      “Urban Indigenous Ritual Performance and Political Ideology in Quito, Ecuador.”  A report prepared for the Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research.

1988        “The Politics of 'Interpretation' at Mesa Verde National Park.”  Paper presented at the 84th annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Phoenix, AZ.  November.

                1987        “Los Bailes Urbanos de Cotocollao: Algunas Consideraciones sobre la Resistencia Indígena a la Hegemonía del Estado.”  submitted to Revista Andina Cusco, Perú.

                1987        “Cultural Resistance and Cultural Production in Quito, Ecuador.”  Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Ethnological Society. San Antonio.

1986        “Ideology, History, and Action in Cotocollao, A Barrio of Quito,  Ecuador.”  Doctoral

dissertation in Anthropology, University of Illinois,  Urbana-Champaign.  Ann Arbor: University Microfilms.

1984        “A Situational Analysis of Urban Ideology in Quito, Ecuador.”  Paper presented at the 83rd annual meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Denver, Colorado, November.

1983        “Indigenous Musical Performance in Urban Ecuador: Ethnicity, Folklore, and  Pan-Andean Identity.”  Paper presented at the 82nd annual meetings of the AAA, Chicago, November.

                1983        “Masked Ritual Performance in Urban Ecuador.”  Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Ethnological Society, Baton Rouge,  Louisiana, February.

1980        “Power and 'The Problem of Women.'”  Master's paper in lieu of a thesis.  Department of  University of  Illinois, Urbana.

                1978        “Urbanization and Women in Latin America.”  Dept. of Anthropology,  University of Illinois, Urbana.


Professional memberships:

American Anthropological Association

Latin American Studies Association

Association of Black Anthropologists           

Society for Museum Anthropology

Society for Cultural Anthropology

Society for Latin American Anthropology

Rocky Mountain Council for Latin American Studies

Society for Feminist Anthropology 



Linda J. Seligmann, Professor of Anthropology

Coordinator, Anthropology Program

Department of Sociology and Anthropology

George Mason University

Robinson B323

Fairfax, VA  22030



Richard Handler

Professor of Anthropology

Assistant Dean, School of Arts & Sciences

University of Virginia

303 Brooks Hall

Charlottesville, VA 22903


Debra L. Martin                                                                   

Professor of Biological Anthropology                                            

Dean, School of Natural Science                                      

Hampshire College                                                              

Amherst, MA 01002                                                           


Tamara Bray

Associate Professor of Anthropology

Wayne State University

137 Manoogian Hall

Debroit, MI  48202



August 2006