111th Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association <Borders and Crossings>

Alicia Re Cruz has organized the panel titled Crossing Borders in Intercultural Education: From Theory to Practice, as part of the activity of the Council on Anthropology of Education, to present the project results:

-Caridad Hernández Sánches will present the paper titled "Contributions of Anthropology At the Initial Teacher Training"

-Alicia Re Cruz: "Anthropological Tools to Deal with Borders and Classrooms"

-Carmen Osuna Nevado: "Reclaiming or Essencializing Culture? Contradictions From My Fieldwork In Schools In Bolivia"

-Margarita del Olmo "From Theory to Practice and Back. Expectations, Dilemmas and Challenges of My Fieldwork In a School Program for Immigrant Student"

-Jennifer Lucko will play the role of Discussant

The panel has also invited:

-Teresa Hernández (Concordia University, Cadadá) to present "Crossing Boarders In Intercultural Education: Are There Borders to Cross?", since she will take part in our next research proposal.