Anton Daughters finished his doctorate in Anthropology in 2010 at the the University of Arizona. His research examines recent changes in the subsistence livelihoods of rural islanders in southern Chile's Archipelago of ChiloƩ. He teaches at Cornell College and just returned from a three-week off-campus course in which he took undergraduates to the site of his fieldwork.

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The barricaded Mocopulli crossing of the Isla Grande Chiloe during a protest in 2006


In Santiago, Chile, 2012, with students and family
In Santiago, Chile, 2012, with students and family

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A minga on the island of Llingua, 2006


The island of Llingua, southern Chile, 2012
The island of Llingua, southern Chile, 2012

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Juvenal Guenchur, fisherman extraordinaire, in Chiloe


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Edith Mansilla, basket weaver and poet, 2006


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Raul Paredes, local folklorist, 2006


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The island of Caguach, Chiloe, southern Chile, 2012


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The protest at Mocopulli