Guillermo Delgado-P.

Field Studies Director
DivisionSocial Sciences Division
DepartmentAnthropology Department
AffiliationsAnthropology Department
Web Site Refounding Bolivia: Exploring the Possibility and Paradox of a Social Movements State
Suma Qamaña, Sumaq Kawsay: Vivir en Socionatura.
Office312 Social Science 1
Office HoursTuesday 2:00-4:00 and by appointment
Campus Mail StopSocial Sciences 1 Faculty Services
Mail312 Social Science 1
Santa Cruz, CA

Research Interests

Ethnic violence; social movements of indigenous peoples; mining and miners; ethnographies of labor; Marxian anthropology; Anthropology in Developing Countries; Globalization on Peasantries and rural society. Land and waterscapes.

Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D. in Anthropology (University of Texas at Austin)
Licenciatura, Ciencias de la Religión; Specialty Etnología Americana (Pontifical Catholic University of Chile)
B.A. Philosophy, Minor in Ethnology.(Pontifical Catholic University of Chile).

Selected Publications

Teaching Interests

Anthropology and Indigeneity
Anthropology of Developing Countries
Andean Anthropology/Peasantries
Quechua Ethnolinguistics
Anthropology of Land and waterscapes
Anthropology of Labor: Mining and Miners