The Right to Change: Co-Producing Ethnographic Animation with Indigenous Youth in Amazonia

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Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)333-355
Number of pages23
JournalVisual Anthropology Review
Volume37
Issue number2
Early online date15 Nov 2021
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Bibliographical note

Funding Information:
I am immensely grateful to the co-creators of this project: Juan Manquid Bina Can?, Carlos Segundo Fasabi Jim?nez, Dina Jim?nez ?shco, Sophie Marsh, Cindi Tupa Nacua Jim?nez, Gilber Necca P?men Sedeyuqui, Guillermo N?cca P?men M?nqu?, Rold?n Dun? Tumi D?si, and Willy Silvano Vela. I would also like to thank the British Academy for funding this research, Fiona Jordan and Sam Lambshead for their incredible support, Simon Lord for his precious comments, Andrew Irving for his invaluable advice, and the editors and anonymous reviewers for their encouragement and guidance.

Funding Information:
I am immensely grateful to the co‐creators of this project: Juan Manquid Bina Canë, Carlos Segundo Fasabi Jiménez, Dina Jiménez Ëshco, Sophie Marsh, Cindi Tupa Nacua Jiménez, Gilber Necca Pëmen Sedeyuqui, Guillermo Nëcca Pëmen Mënquë, Roldán Dunú Tumi Dësi, and Willy Silvano Vela. I would also like to thank the British Academy for funding this research, Fiona Jordan and Sam Lambshead for their incredible support, Simon Lord for his precious comments, Andrew Irving for his invaluable advice, and the editors and anonymous reviewers for their encouragement and guidance. 1

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