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Inside the Box: Why is the Wiphala burning?


Part 1 of the conversation/podcast series Inside the Box 2020.

Why is the Wiphala burning?

The Wiphala flag symbolizes the struggle of the Latin American indigenous peoples. But it is disputed and provocative. In the news from Chile and Bolivia we can read about how it unites people, but also how it is burned. Social anthropologist Anders Burman, Erika Ticona, anthropologist, textile artist and activist, and Adriana Muñoz, archaeologist and curator of the Museum of World Culture, discuss this and the heritage connected to this symbol.

Please notice that the conversation will be in Swedish.

Location: Museum of World Culture, Södravägen 54, Gothenburg
Free entrance. Limited number of seats. No pre-registration.


Lecturer: Social anthropologist Anders Burman Erika Ticona, anthropologist, textile artist and activist Adriana Muñoz, archaeologist and curator of the Museum of World Culture

Date: 2/27/2020

Time: 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Categories: Interdisciplinary

Organizer: CCHS & Museum of Worlds Culture, in collaboration with Folkuniversitetet

Location: Studion, Södra vägen 54, Museum of World Culture Gothenburg

Event URL: Read more about Inside the Box: Why is the Wiphala burning?

Contact person: Jenny Högström Berntson

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Utskriftsdatum: 2020-07-10