Andrew Canessa

Andrew Canessa is a lecturer at the University of Essex. He gained his doctorate in Social Anthropology from LSE. He has worked for many years with Aymara speakers in highland Bolivia. More recently he was the PI in an ESRC-funded project looking at the evolution of a British Gibraltarian identity over the course of the twentieth century. He is a member of the University of Essex Human Rights Centre and the author of numerous publications. His latest book is Intimate Indigeneities: Race, Sex, and History in the Small Spaces of Andean Life. (Duke University Press, 2012).

Collaborations with CINAF

2016–2018 Pueblos indígenas, medios de comunicación y significados del conflicto en América Latina: un estudio de antropología  (HAR2015-65442-P)

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