Appendix 3
Professional Biographies of Teachers
in Interculturalism
Pamela Calla (Bolivia)
Born in Bolivia, grew up in a mining area
PhD in anthropology from Cornell University, with fieldwork in Nica-
ragua
Has visited U.K. on British Council link exchanges
Completed consulting work at the Center for the Study of Economic
and Social Reality
(ceres)
research center (Cochabamba) on gender
and environment
Taught a course on gender in
cesu’s
gender diploma program
Taught at
proeibandes
(language-led program) in Cochabamba,
Bolivia
Taught a course on gender and ethnicity in the Universidad de la
Cordillera, La Paz, run by her brother Ricardo Calla, while based in
Cochabamba
Moved to La Paz and is now a core member of the faculty at the Uni-
versidad de la Cordillera
Fernando Garcia (Bolivia)
Ecuadorian linguist, fluent in Quichua
Worked in Cuenca, Ecuador, in bilingual linguistics program
Worked for
proiebandes
node in Ecuador and traveled to Coch-
abamba, Bolivia
Met Pablo Regalsky
(cenda,
Bolivia) at Bartolomé de Las Casas pro-
gram in Cuzco, Peru
Recruited to
cenda
in 1999 to head up a popular education program
in Raqaypampa












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