Margarita Huayhua, PhD
Sociology / Anthropology
Liberal Arts 393B
|2010||University of Michigan||PhD|
- Introduction to Social Thought
- Introduction to Anthropology
- Language and Social Diversity
- Race & Ethnicity: Social Relations in the "Post-racial" Era
- Ethnic Comparative Relations: Beyond Boundaries
- Everyday interactions and the reproduction of social hierarchies
- Language, power, and race
- Social hierarchies among women
- Indigenous people & South America
Margarita Huayhua (2018).
Building Differences: The (Re)production of Hierarchical Relations among Women in the Southern Andes
Indigenous Languages, Politics and Authority in Latin America edited by Alan Durston and Bruce Mannheim, 231-246.
Margarita Huayhua (2016).
Social Subordination and Language
The Routledge Handbook of Linguistic Anthropology edited by Nancy Bonvillain, 109-124.
Margarita Huayhua (2014).
Racism and Social Interaction in a Southern Peruvian combi
Ethnic and Racial Studies 3, 37(13), 2399-2417.
Margarita Huayhua (PhD University of Michigan 2010) is an assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Dr. Huayhua is a sociocultural anthropologist with a background in linguistic anthropology, video production, translation, Quechua language, and education.