Anthropologist by training (PhD, U Chicago). Misanthrope by choice. Professor at Indiana University Bloomington with stints as a Visiting Professor at MIT, University of Manchester, and La Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos in Peru, also the country where I've done much of my research. Broad interests in social theory, popular culture, resistance, anarchism, art, music, race, class, and the end times for homo sapiens. Musician when there's time.
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2016. Duke U. Press
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2009. Stanford U Press
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2012. “Todos Somos Iguales, Todos Somos Incas: Dilemmas on Afro-Peruvian citizenship and Inca Whiteness in Peru” In Comparative Perspectives on Afro-Latin America. J. Burdick and K. Dixon, eds. Pps. 282-304. Gainsville: University of Florida Press.
2007. “Introduction: On Race, Roots/Routes, and Sovereignty in Latin America’s Afro-Indigenous Multiculturalisms” for special issue of Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology. 12(2):329-355.