Friday, April 19, 2024

Natalia Garcia Bonet

Natalia García Bonet is a Venezuelan anthropologist with an interest in Amerindian-state relations, gender, extractivism and intercultural education in lowland South America. Dr Bonet has been conducting research in Southeastern Venezuela since 2012. She holds a doctorate degree in social anthropology from the University of Kent, and her current research looks at how the economic and political crises have affected the relationship between indigenous people and the Venezuelan state.


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