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Beyond Indigenous Heritage Paradoxes in Evo Morales' Bolivia

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Beyond Indigenous Heritage Paradoxes in Evo Morales' Bolivia

This collaborative research fellowship from the American Council for Learned Societies, held by Henry Stobart with Michelle Bigenho (Colgate University) in 2015–16, investigated the paradoxes that continue to constrain discussions of indigenous heritage in Bolivia and beyond. 

The project involved two periods of fieldwork in Bolivia working with culture bearers, heritage-making protagonists, and key national-level institutions, and focusing on the heritage dimensions of a variety of music and dance genres. Alongside a book in preparation, publications emerging from the project include:

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