Publications and Presentations

Publications

Hippert, Christine, Emma Bremer, Rileigh Van Driessche, Hana Tanberg, Mitchell Running, and Angela Rooker

  2014               From Local Fields to School Lunch Lines: Multiple Stakeholders' Perspectives in a Farm 2 School Program. Practicing Anthropology 36(1): 11-16. 


Hippert, Christine

  2014               Day of the Dead.  In A-Z of Death and Dying: Social, Cultural and Medical Aspects.  Michael Brennan, ed.  Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.

  2013               Food Insecurity, Andean Indigeneity, and Development Aid: Constructing Local and Global Identities in Huancarani, Bolivia.  Bolivian Research Review 10(1). 

  2011               Women's Spaces, Gender Mainstreaming, and Development Priorities: Popular Participation as a Gendered Process in Rural Bolivia.  Women’s Studies International Forum        34:498-508.  

  2011               The Politics and Practices of Constructing Development Identities in Rural Bolivia.  Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology 16(1):90-113.

  2008               Nongovernmental Organizations: Latin America.  Encyclopedia of the Modern World: 1750 – Present.  Peter Stearns, ed.  New York: Oxford University Press.

  2002               Multinational Corporations, the Politics of the World Economy, and their Effects on Women’s Health in the Developing World: A Review.  Health Care for Women International 23(8):861-869.      


Conference Presentations and Invited Lectures/Presentations

2015    Cultural Citizenship, Food Security, and the Moral Economy of the Corner Store.  Abstract under consideration for presentation at the Annual Meetings of the Central States Anthropology Society, St. Paul, MN, April 9-12.  

2014    "Dame Fiao" (Put It On My Tab): Food Security, Social Networks, and Identity in the Dominican Republic.  Paper Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological                    Association, Washington, D.C., Dec. 4.

2013    Community Development, Food Security, and Identity: Long-term Ethnographic Fieldwork in Bolivia and the Dominican Republic.  Invited public lecture sponsored by UW-L's Archaeology Club, April 22.

2012    From Local Fields to School Lunch Lines: Evaluating the Benefits and Limitations of a Farm 2 School Project.  Co-presenters: Emma Bremer, Mitchell Running, Hana Tanberg, and Rileigh Van Driessche. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, CA: November 17.

2012    Farm 2 School Evaluation: Perspectives from Farmers and Food Service Personnel in La Crosse County Schools.  Presentation of findings to the La Crosse County Public Health Department (Funded research).  Co-presenters: Rileigh Van Driessche and Rachel Lee.  June 6.

2011    Negotiating Development, Negotiating the Self: Constructing Local and Global Identities in the Pirwa.  Paper presented at the North Central Council of Latin Americanists Annual Meetings, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.  Oct. 1.

2011    Bolivian Popular Participation and State Priorities: ‘Fitting in With the Winners.’  Paper presented at Faculty Research Day, UW-L, Jan. 21.

2011    Testimonio and (Ethnographic) Fiction: Using Critical Pedagogy in an Anthropology Class to Examine Representations of Andean Lives.  Paper presented at the Second Annual La Crosse Area Latina(o) Collaborative Workshop on Teaching, Research, and Service, UW-L.  April 2.

2010    Inclusion, Exclusion, and Bolivian Popular Participation: State Priorities and Local Strategies of Resistance.  Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, New Orleans, LA.  Nov.19.

2010    Participation and Governmentality: The Cultural Construction of Development in Rural Bolivia.  Paper presentation at the joint UW-L/Viterbo Conference, “Latin American Modernities: Research, Teaching, and Service in Latin America.” April 24.

2010    Panel of Student Research Presentations organized for the joint UW-L/Viterbo Conference, “Latin American Modernities: Research, Teaching, and Service in Latin America.”  Discussant for the panel entitled, “Anthropological Research on Latin America and the Caribbean: Student Perspectives on the Region” (Sarah Swanson, Erin DuBois, and Amy Fricke). April 23.

2008    Gender Mainstreaming and Development Priorities: Popular Participation as Gendered Work in Rural Bolivia.  Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, CA.

2008    Gender Mainstreaming and Development Priorities: Popular Participation as Gendered Work in Rural Bolivia.  Paper presented for the Lecture Series in the Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, UW-L.

2007    Difference, Inequality, and Development: The Politics and Practices of Participation in Latin America and the Caribbean.  Chair and Co-organizer of the panel selected as an Invited Session by the Society for Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology (SLACA).  Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C.

2007    The Politics and Practices of Development Targeting in Rural Bolivia. Paper presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, D.C.

2006    Identity and Development in Rural Bolivia: Negotiating Gender, Ethnicity, and Class in Development Contexts.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San José, CA.

2006    “[Not] Doing It Ourselves:” Community Participation and the Politics of Mitigating Hunger in Bolivia.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Latin American Studies Association, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

2002    The Politics of Identity and Medical Pluralism – The Case Study of Bolivia. Paper presented at the Graduate Student Conference on Latin American Social and Public Policy, University of Pittsburgh.

2000    Biomedical Practitioners and Alternative Medicine – Changing Health Care in the Central Rocky Mountains.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, San Francisco, CA.

2000    Biomedical Practitioners and Alternative Medicine – Changing Health Care in the Central Rocky Mountains.  Paper presented at the Third Annual Conference of Graduate Students in Sociology, Laramie, WY.

2000    Multinational Corporations, the Politics of the World Economy, and their Effects on Women’s Health in the Developing World. Paper presented at the Third Annual Conference of Graduate Students in Sociology, Laramie, WY.

1999    How Are Women Faring Now? Women in Archaeology.  Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Wyoming Archaeology Society, Sundance, WY.

                    

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