Ingrid Ramon Parra

Ingrid Ramon Parra

Graduate Student // Anthropology

Ph.D. Candidate // Anthropology

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Room: STON B1


My research interests are in the anthropological study of indigenous media and broader theoretical questions regarding how media alters understandings of politics and representation. I am interested in how new technology serves as a tool for the promotion of land rights, cultural preservation, communication within indigenous groups, and artistic expression. My geographic area of interest is the transnational Amazon region.

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