Tag Archives: Bolivia
‘Abuela Grillo’: a beautiful animated short about rain, rights, and restoration

Abuela Grillo is an animated short directed by Denis Chapon and featuring the voice of Luzmila Carpio. It is, perhaps,…

Know your Tupac

There are so many Tupacs! Here is how to tell them apart.

Blessings of the “dark” Virgin of the lake OR Copacabana, where the cars wear lil’ hats.

I’ve spent the past two months in Bolivia and this weekend I was in Copacabana, a beautiful and ancient town…

High Crimes: Studying the Illicit Antiquities Trade in the Bolivian Andes (Day of Archaeology)

Yesterday I participated in the Day of Archaeology. I and several hundred others like me wrote about what our life…

Ancient Andean fruit review 2: La fruta se disfruta

As stated in my last entry, I am in the passionate throes of a love affair with Andean fruit that…

Ancient Andean fruit review 1: the tastiest heritage

I love Bolivia. This country is the most intricate, fascinating, and surprising place. I am delighted to be back in…

Cultural Continuity

Now for a dose of heritage and modernity: The first is on sale on ebay and I long to buy…

Update: Location, Research and Ideas

Although I don’t particularly like this blog to swing into the personal, I have been told by a person wiser…

US/Bolivia MOU Extended!

The US/Bolivia MOU has been extended! I and many other people have been on the edge of our seats over…

The Glory of Bolivian Silent Film: time traveling twice

Today is another day for silent film lust and┬ádesperation.Arthur Posnansky, everyone’s favorite fantastic and fantastical Bolivian archaeologist, produced a silent…

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