Intercultural Interventions: Politics, Community, and Environment in the Otavalo Valley

by John Stolle-McAllister

About John Stolle-McAllister

John Stolle-McAllister is Associate Professor of Modern Languages, Linguistics and Intercultural Communication, and Associate Dean of the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He earned his BA from Bates College and his MA in Hispanic Literatures and PhD in Comparative Studies of Discourse and Society from the University of Minnesota. His research and teaching interests include cultural change, environmental issues, and social movements in Latin America. He authored Mexican Social Movements and the Transition to Democracy, which analyzes two towns’ resistance to development projects that threatened their livelihoods and their sense of community. He has been engaged with Kichwa communities in Ecuador since 2006.


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