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Steven J. Hoffman, Fanny Wonu Veys, Joseph P Feldman, Natasha Barrett, Elsa Lenz Kothe, Antonino Crisà, Sayantan Mukhopadhyay, Masaaki Morishita, and Ewa Klekot

Chicago Press . Espiritualidades en Quito: Diálogos en la Diversidad Museo de la Ciudad, Quito, Ecuador The historic center of Quito in Ecuador, dotted with colonial churches and convents that have drawn the interest of UNESCO officials and international

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Jonathan Bach, Heather L. Dichter, Kirkland Alexander Fulk, Alexander Wochnik, Wilko Graf von Hardenberg, and Carol Hager

, mountaineering, and colonial domination are provided by Sabine Wilke’s study of George Foster’s exploration of Tahiti, by Christoph Hamann’s chapter on African explorations, and by Oliver Lubrich’s essay on Humboldt’s ascent of the Chimborazo in Ecuador. In his

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Leading through a Decade of Crisis—Not Bad, After All

Germany’s Leadership Demand and Followership Inclusion, 2008-2018

Valerio Alfonso Bruno and Giacomo Finzi

Napoleon Washington Saltos Galarza (Central University of Ecuador). Finally, he would like to express his deepest gratitude to his family for having always supported him during his work. 2 In this regard, see Adam Tooze, Crashed. How a Decade of

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Lazy Labor, Modernization, and Coloniality

Mobile Cultures between the Andes and the Amazon around 1900

Jaime Moreno Tejada

neighboring Peru was making considerable profits out of it. Ecuador felt excluded and robbed, as Peru occupied rivers that were allegedly Ecuadorian. 4 Having the chance to dispute Peruvian dominance—and gaining access to a fraction of this wealth

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Georgine Clarsen and Gijs Mom

opening section. Jaime Moreno Tejada, in “Lazy Labor, Modernization, and Coloniality,” takes us to transportation practices in turn-of-the-century Ecuador. Moreno Tejada considers the specificities of modernization in that place through the material

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Interruptions: Challenges and Innovations in Exhibition-Making

The Second World Museologies Workshop, National Museum of Ethnology (MINPAKU), Osaka, December 2019

Laura Osorio Sunnucks, Nicola Levell, Anthony Shelton, Motoi Suzuki, Gwyneira Isaac, and Diana E. Marsh

for its picturesque qualities to conform with the interests associated with a folkloric art boom, such as Tigua paintings in Ecuador, can twist typical narratives to communicate contemporary political evolutions ( Valiñas López 2008 ; Power and

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Anthropology, Art, and Folklore

Competing Visions of Museum Collecting in Early Twentieth-Century America

Ira Jacknis

were George H. Pepper in the American Southwest, Wilhelm Bauer in Mexico, Marshall Saville in Mexico and Ecuador, and Berthold Laufer in China. Following these efforts, mostly during the years 1903–1904, Emily de Forest found herself calling upon a