Laura Zanotti

Laura Zanotti is an associate professor of anthropology at Purdue University. She is an environmental anthropologist who partners with communities to examine how local livelihoods and well-being can be sustained in a just future. She has partnered with the Kayapó, an indigenous community in Brazil, for more than ten years. She is currently working on global projects on media sovereignty and digital landscapes, environmental justice and valuing nature, and community resilience and healing.
Radical Territories in the Brazilian Amazon Radical Territories in the Brazilian Amazon
Radical Territories in the Brazilian Amazon

Radical Territories in the Brazilian Amazon

The Kayapó's Fight for Just Livelihoods

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