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Kathy Fine-Dare (PhD U. of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign) is a sociocultural anthropologist whose work has centered both on Indigenous revitalization activities in Quito, Ecuador and also on the repatriation of Native North American human remains and cultural belongings. Twice a Fulbright scholar, Kathy has taught courses on topics such as anthropological history, critical museum studies, gender issues, and Andean social dynamics both in Quito and at Fort Lewis College (FLC). She served as the FLC Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) officer and remains actively engaged in national NAGPRA communities of practice and scholarship. Her 2nd book, Grave Injustice, is still required reading for courses in North America and the UK. A Spanish translation (by FLC graduate Alexandra Ribadeneira) of her 5th book, Urban Mountain Beings, is scheduled for publication in Quito in 2023, and a less expensive paperback version in English is forthcoming.
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Published: University of Nebraska Press - October 1st, 2002