On April 26th, Andrea Sempértegui, a Visitor in the School of Social Science at the Institute for Advanced Study, presented on her dissertation research on indigenous women’s environmental activism in a talk titled: The Amazonian Women: Strategizing Indigenous Struggle in Ecuador. The talk was hosted by the A&S Department, co-sponsored by the WGSS and EVSS Programs, and drew a standing room only crowd for Prof. Sempértegui’s insights about rexistance and co-laboring research methods. Prof. Sempértegui formerly taught at Lafayette and is heading from Princeton to Whitman College as an Assistant Professor of Indigenous Politics in a Global Context. Congratulations Prof. Sempértegui!