I am honored to be featured on the inaugural Franz Boas Podcast of the San Francisco State Anthropology Department. The interview is available HERE.
Interview with Dr. Adrienne Pine, conducted by Dr. James Quesada
San Francisco, Nov. 14, 2014
JQ: My name is James Quesada. I am a professor of Anthropology and Chair of the Department of Anthropology at San Francisco State.
I was on Background Briefing with Ian Masters talking about this (through a haze of sinus infection) last night. The following is my translation of Natalie Roque Sandoval's essay published yesterday on social media:
I'm excited and honored to be a part of this Thursday's panel at Berkeley. Please help me spread the word. Facebook event HERE. Click image below for pdf version:
Merelym: I was also a teenager once
It was with deep indignation that I found out about the murder last weekend of the 14 year old teenager Merelym Abigail Espinoza Bustillo, who adds to the never-ending list of young Honduran women violently murdered. It is with profound indignation that I write these lines.
They justify the murders and blame the victims!
I joined several nursing and med students to talk about our January 2014 brigade to Ciriboya, the perils of neoliberal healthcare in Honduras, and the promise of the Cuban model on UNAH's television program last June:
(I was sleep deprived, which you can tell from my aspect & slurry, excessively accented Spanish, but my students are amazing as usual)
If you care about good English-language reporting on Honduras in English, please get a monthly subscription to Sandra Cuffe's work. No other English-language journalist has her depth of understanding or long-term commitment to Honduran struggles for social justice.
AU students from anthropology and other departments are sponsoring a vigil demanding justice for unaccompanied minors next Monday, October 27th at 6:30pm at St. John's Church (16th & H St NW) outside the White House. I will be speaking there. Please join us!
FB event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1508096066105825/
Click image for pdf:
Security is not for everyone in Honduras: a public statement on the threats received, attempted murders and assassinations of members of the political opposition and their families.
American University Public Anthropology Conference Roundtable Discussion:
Unaccompanied Minors: Bad Parents or Bad Policy?
Sunday Oct. 5th, 3:30-5:30pm
Room 245, Mary Graydon Center (Main Quad)
American University Main Campus
The apparently staged torture scenes in the beginning are gratuitous, but should perhaps be viewed with patience for the cultural context of death porn hegemony in Honduras. Because the rest of this video is really important.