Fabiana Li
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Fabiana Li is an anthropologist interested in the intersections between food, culture, environment, and social justice. She has written about resource extraction in Latin America, including the book Unearthing Conflict: Corporate Mining, Activism, and Expertise in Peru (Duke University Press, 2015). Her current research on food and agriculture in Peru inspired her to learn more about food production in Manitoba, Canada, where she teaches Anthropology at the University of Manitoba.

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