Seminar on Bolivia: Wednesday April 23, 2014

COHA is pleased to invite you to:

Continuity and Change in Bolivia:

Neocolonialism, Societal Transformation and Food Sovereignty

Professor John Brohman, COHA Guest Scholar, will address the continuing presence of a neocolonial economy dominated by extractive industries and agricultural export production, and the relative progress that has been made during the Evo Morales administration toward meeting the professed goals of food sovereignty/security and socioeconomic transformation in favor of the interests of the poor majority of the population. The study finds both contradictions and opportunities in the ways in which these longstanding structures and more recent processes of change are intertwined.

Opening Remarks

COHA Director Larry Birns

Keynote Speaker

John Brohman

Details: Wednesday April 23, 2014 from 2:00-3:00 p.m.

The Connecticut Room, Floor 1C

1250 Connecticut Avenue, NW

Washington, DC 20036

Register: To RSVP please send an e-mail to

Biography John Brohman is an Associate Professor of Geography at Simon Fraser University in Vancouver, Canada. Among his publications is Popular Development: Theories and Practices of Development. His general research interests concern theories, strategies and practices of development, especially in Latin America, with a focus on rural development and agrarian reform, community participation, and social movements and aboriginal issues. His applied research is often combined with development projects, most recently in Community Economic Development for rural indigenous communities in Bolivia.

Bolivia Seminar

2 thoughts on “Seminar on Bolivia: Wednesday April 23, 2014

  • April 30, 2014 at 2:31 pm

    I wish this had been a webinar. Are you able to broadcast the talks?

    • May 7, 2014 at 10:58 am

      Hi Teresa,

      Unfortunately we did not record the seminar with John Brohman, but we will look into live streaming future events so people who do not live in the area can take part in them.


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