Ulises Espinoza is first generation Latinx and Black Doctoral Candidate in the Anthropology Department at UCLA. Ulises has carried out field work in Ecuador among Achuar and Shuar communities in Southeastern Ecuador since 2017 where the he has conducted and deployed a mix of experimental philosophy and ethnography methodologies that can be seen in his M.A. thesis about attitudes towards ownership of land and other tangible goods in the Achuar community. While doing fieldwork in Ecuador, Ulises has developed an anthropological expertise and language competency that has informed this study at the design phase.
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