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Main Campus
Snyder Memorial

SM 3000
Mail Stop 140
Phone: 419.530.2545
Fax: 419.530.7919

Research Activities: Neusa Hidalgo-Monroy McWilliams

CONFERENCES AND PUBLICATIONS

October 2010 “Alternatives to Rural Development; Organic Agriculture and Indigenous Communities in Mexico”
International Geographical Union Commission on the Dynamics of Economic Spaces. Conference on Local Food
Systems in Old Industrial Regions: Challenges and Opportunities. Toledo, Ohio

July 1996 “Small scale agricultural production and marketing in coastal Chiapas” conference on Appropriate
Technology in Indigenous Communities” Conference. Organizers: Frente Indigena Oaxaqueno Binacional.

1996 “Abstract: Organic Coffee Production and Indigenous Groups in Chiapas, Mexico” Association of American
Geographers Annual Meeting. Abstracts and Summaries. February 1995 “Chiapas Sustainable Rural
Development and Social Unrest” Interview on NPR

1994 “Indigenous Communities and NAFTA” Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting,
Abstracts and Summaries.

1994 “Analisis Critico de la Cafeticultura Organica en el Estado de Chiapas, Mexico” Coffee Symposium. El
Colegio de la Frontera Sur, Mexico

August 1st, 1994 Radio interview by Spanish Broadcast and Media Services. Division of Agriculture and Natural
Resources. Universty of California, Riverside.

January 1994. “Indigenous Groups in Mexico and coffee production” graduate seminar presentation University
of California at Berkeley, Geography Department.

May 1993 “The Politics of North American Economic Integration: Impact on Indigenous People in Mexico”
Indigenous Peoples First Nations in the Americas: Land, Ecology, Human Rights, and Self-Determination
Conference. University of California, Berkeley.

1993 Panel Discussant “Session: The Politics of North American Economic Integration: Impact on Indigenous
Peoples in Mexico”. Indigenous Peoples First Nations in the Americas: Land, Ecology, Human Rights, and
Self-Determination Conference. University of California, Berkeley

1993 “Abstract: Chiapas and NAFTA” Association of Pacific Coast Geographers. Annual Meeting: Abstracts and
Summaries.

January 1990 “Functional Interpretation of a Residential Unit of Teotihuacan, Xolalpan Phase” in VII Coloquio
sobre Paleobotanica y Palinologia. Sanchez-Martinez, Fernando and Susana Xelhuantzi-Lopez (ed)
Cuadernos de trabajo 42. INAH, Mexico

October 1989 “El Uso de la Flora y Fauna en una Unidad Habitacional en Teotihuacan” XXI Reunion de la Mesa
Redonda de la Sociedad Mexicana de Antropologia: La Sociedad Mexicana Contemporanea una vision
Antropologica. Merida, Yucatan

May 1989 “Teotihuacan, Mitos y Realidades” Jornadas Juaristas. Mexico

 
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