Nicole Fabricant is an associate professor of anthropology at Towson University in Towson, Maryland. Her research and teaching interests include extractive industries and social movements in Latin America and the U.S. She has written two books on Bolivia, Mobilizing Bolivia’s Displaced: Indigenous Politics and the Struggle over Land, and Remapping Bolivia: Resources, Indigeneity and Territory in a Plurinational State, with Bret Gustafson. She is part of the editorial board at NACLA Report on the Americas, and Latin American Perspectives.

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    The Ottawa Connection

    Nicole Fabricant: What does the hyper-militarization of resource-based capitalism in the Andes and mean for social movements in the region, for Indigenous peoples, and for alternative socio-ecologies?