Teresa A. Velásquez

Teresa A. Velásquez is an associate professor of anthropology at California State University, San Bernardino. Her research on Ecuadorian mining conflicts has appeared in Latin American Perspectives, Latin American and Caribbean Ethnic Studies, and Resources Policy, among other outlets. Her contributions to edited volumes on extractive industries include Latin American Extractivism: Dependency, Resource Nationalism, and Resistance in Broad Perspective, edited by Steve Ellner.

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Pachamama Politics

Pachamama Politics

Campesino Water Defenders and the Anti-Mining Movement in Andean Ecuador

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