Carlos Alberto Tello Barreda

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Position Title
Ph.D. Candidate


Bio
  • Dissertation title: Qhari Qaspapas: Sensing Ethnicity and Gender in an Andean Peruvian Dance Troup
     
  • Education:
    BS and Licenciatura – Telecommunications Engineering. Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú 2007
    MA – Journalism. University of British Columbia 2014
     
  • Fellowships, Grants, Awards:
    Margrit Mondavi Graduate Fellowship, 2018
    UC Davis Blum Center for Developing Economies Poverty Alleviation Through Sustainable Solutions (PASS), 2017
    Hemispheric Institute for the Americas – Tinker Foundation Summer Fellowship, 2017
    Vanderhoef International Graduate Student Fellowship, 2016
    Alex and Phyllis McCalla Fellowship, 2016
    Canadian Association of Journalists Award, 2015
    Society of Professional Journalists Award, 2015
    Edward R. Murrow Regional Award, 2015
    Canadian Online Publishing Award (COPA), 2014
     
  • Publications:
    Hart, Sarah Ashford and Carlos Tello Barreda. “El performance contemporáneo en América Latina.” Brújula: Revista Interdisciplinaria Sobre Estudios Latinoamericanos, Volume 12, 2018
  • Presentations:
    “Sabor y Tinkuy: Transmisión Cultural de Nociones Étnicas, de Género y de Clase a Través de la Comida en la Danza Qhapaq Qolla de Paucartambo.” Latin American Studies Association (LASA) Conference. Boston, MA, May 26, 2019

    “Flavor and Tinkuy: The Use of Food to Transmit Cultural Knowledge Among Paucartambo’s Qhapaq Qolla Dance Troupe.” 7th Annual Native American Studies Graduate Student Symposium. Davis, CA, November 2, 2018

    “Performing Gender in the Peruvian Andes.” UC Davis Humanities Institute Fall Reception. Davis, CA, October 9, 2018

    “Performing Gender in the Peruvian Andes: The Festivity of the Virgen del Carmen.” Hemispheric Institute of the Americas (HIA) Travel Award Research Presentations. Davis, CA, January 10, 2018 - Davis, CA

 

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