MICHAEL HILL

  • Coordinador del Área de Antropología
  • Colegio de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, COCISOH
  • 297-1700 ext 1318
  • mhill@usfq.edu.ec

ESTUDIOS

  • Doctor of Philosophy, Institute of Liberal Arts, Emory University
  • Master of Arts, Institute of Liberal Arts, Emory University
  • Bachelor of Arts, Anthropology, Emory University

EXPERIENCIA LABORAL

Profesor a Tiempo Completo, Universidad San Francisco de Quito
( 2011 - Hasta el presente )
Coordinación del área de antropología; investigación, docencia y vinculación a la comunidad como profesor a tiempo completo.
Associate Professor, Drury University
( 2004 - 2011 )
Investigación, docencia y vinculación a la comunidad como Assistant Professor y luego Associate Professor.

PUBLICACIONES

When Cultural and Natural Patrimony Collide: Sovereignty, State Power, and Political Strategy among the Picapedreros (Stonemasons) of San Pablo, Ecuador
Book Review of Long Live Atahualpa: Indigenous Politics, Justice, and Democracy in the Northern Andes (by Emma Cervone)
Presos de la libertad: el testimonio de una pareja binacional gay
Growing up Quechua: Ethnic identity, narrative, and the cultural politics of childhood migration in Cusco, Peru
The Visual Economy of Andean Childhood Poverty: Interpreting Postcards in Cusco, Peru
Book Review of The Circulation of Children: Kinship, Adoption, and Morality in Andean Peru (by Jessaca Leinaweaver)
Myth, Globalization, and Mestizaje in New Age Andean Religion: The Intic Churincuna (Children of the Sun) of Urubamba, Peru
Inca of the Blood, Inca of the Soul: Embodiment, Emotion, and Racialization in the Peruvian Mystical Tourist Industry
Contesting Patrimony: Cusco's Mystical Tourist Industry and the Politics of Incanismo
Book Review of Natives Making Nation by Andrew Canessa
Figuring Out How to Talk About Mixed Identity
Instructor's Manual to accompany On Being Different: Diversity and Multiculturalism in the American Mainstream (by Conrad Kottak and Kathryn Kozaitis), 2nd edition
Instructor's Manual to accompany On Being Different: Diversity and Multiculturalism in the American Mainstream (by Conrad Kottak and Kathryn Kozaitis)

INTERESES