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Katherine Fultz is a PhD candidate in Sociocultural Anthropology at University of Michigan. She received her MA in Anthropology, as well as her BA in Anthropology, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, and Spanish at UM. Her dissertation is an analysis of the communicative strategies people use in debates over transnational mining. She spent 18 months conducting ethnographic fieldwork in Guatemala. As part of her research, she taught workshops in photography and media production in two rural communities. She also worked as an observer during referendums on mining, initiated by indigenous communities to protest unwanted development on their lands.
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