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corn David Ivan R. Fleischer

E-mail: df681417@albany.edu

Education:

BA, University of Brasilia (Brazil)
MA, University of Brasilia (Brazil)
Ph.D. University at Albany, SUNY

Current Research:

My current research focuses on the convergence and divergence between ecotourism and environmental projects and their effects on policy-making and local communities.

Research interests:

Anthropology of tourism, urban anthropology, environment and ecotourism; Mexico and Brazil.

Publications:

FLEISCHER, David I. R. Ecotourism ou “Yuk! Tourism!” Sustainability and adaptability of Historical cities? 1st Meeting of Latin American Anthropology (Latin American Anthropological Association – ALA). Rosario, Santa Fe, Argentina: Escuela de Antropología de la Facultad de Humanidades y Artes de La Universidad Nacional de Rosario, July 11 to 15, 2005.
Article written for the Symposium: “Territory and Sustainability”, at the 1st CLA.

FLEISCHER, David I. R. “São Tomé das Letras and Lagoa Santa: Sustainability or risk to the cultural and natural heritage?” Brazilian Reunion of Anthropology: Nation and Citizenship (Brazilian Anthropological Association – ABA). Olinda, Pernambuco, Brazil: Centro de Convenções de Pernambuco, July 12 to 15, 2004.
Article written for the Research Forum: “Environment, Development and Sustainability”, at the 24th RBA.

FLEISCHER, David I. R. & PARANHOS, Rodrigo F. “São Tomé das Letras and São Jorge: Genesis, Conflict and Identity in the Constitution of Attractive to a tourist
Market.”
Brazilian Reunion of Anthropology (RBA): Nation and Citizenship (Brazilian Anthropological Association – ABA). Olinda, Pernambuco, Brazil: Centro de Convenções de Pernambuco, July 12 to 15, 2004.
Article written for the Research Forum: “Cities and Markets: new forms of conflict in the specialization of social and economic practices”, at the 24th RBA.

FLEISCHER, David I. R. “São Tomé das Letras and Contemporary Tourism: Sustainability or risks to the historical heritage and local culture?" Reunion of
Anthropology of the Mercosul (V: Florianópolis [SC]: November 30 to December 3, 2003) Anthropology in Perspectives / Flavio Braune Wiik, Tiago Moreira dos Santos (Organizers). Florianópolis: Federal University of Santa Catarina, 2003 344 p.
Article written for the Discussion Group “Development Projects, socio-environmental effects and patrimony”, at the V RAM.