Dr. Valentin Antezana Aspeti
Ex-Vice Deacon, Faculty of Law, Oruro University of Technology, Oruro, Bolivia.
Lindsay R. Hasluck B.A., M.A.
An Australian anthropologist, archaeologist and historian, who has finished five years of investigation into the design of pre-historical cities in the Andes, is the Executive Director of the Heritage Aid Foundation and Chief Investigator for all the excavations and expeditions. He has lived in Bolivia and Peru for the last nine years and has studied the pre-historical world, indigenous cultures and topography of the Andes, including the Amazon.
Before devoting himself to pre-historical urban design he researched and taught at
Also director of a private consultation firm in Cultural Resource Management, he is familiar with many of the world’s most renowned archaeological and historical sites, and museums. Lindsay R. Hasluck has studied at
Urban Continuity in the Andes: A pre-Historical Planning Tradition, Archaeopress, Oxford, 2009 - BAR S2002 2009; ISBN 9781407305387
The Choro Trail: Ancient Highways of Bolivia
The Takesi Trail: Incan Highways of
Recent Articles & Conference Papers
VII International Conference of the Association of Iberian and Latin Studies of Australasia (AILASA), September 27th - 29th, 2006,
Older Articles & Book Chapters
“Aliens in the Neighbourhood.” Chawla, L (ed.) Growing Up In An Urbanising World,
“Location, Leisure and Lifestyle: young people’s retreat to home environments.” Contemporary Perspectives On Family Research - Through the Eyes of the Child: Revisioning Children As Active Agents Of Family Life. Felix Berardo (Series Ed.) & Constance Shehan (Vol. Ed.)
“Toxic Shock: Understanding Violence Against Young Males in the Workplace.” Journal of Men’s Studies. Vol.8. No.2, Winter 2000, pp. 131-152. Dr. Jane Kenway, Dr. Lindsay Fitzclarence, and Lindsay Hasluck,
“Geographies of Exclusion: Fear and Flow.” Family Matters Journal. Australian
“Lost in Space.” Youth Issues Forum Journal of the Youth Affairs Council of
“Growing Up In Cities - Braybrook.” YACVic Bits, Nov. 1997. pp. 3-4. Dr. Malone, K. & Hasluck, L.
Andean Prehistorical-Urbanism: Tradition & Continuity, Lecture, Universidad Mayor de San Andres, Archaeology Department,
Archaeology: an overview and modern interpretations. Lecture and workshop,
Urban Youth Culture. Lecture and workshop on GUIC findings and methods.
Victorian Outdoor Education Conference 1999
Cultural capital or underclass deviants? mapping geographies of Youth in a climate of fear. Invited presentation Representing Youth, mini invitational conference, Deakin Centre for Education and Change,
Research, Action, and Urban Environmental Education: The Growing Up in Cities Model, Symposium presentation, North American Association for Environmental Education, 27th Annual Conference, September 4-8, 1998. Malone and Hasluck.
Toxic Shock: understanding violence against young males in the workplace. 10th World Congress of the World Council of Comparative Education Societies,
Toxic Shock: Understanding violence against young males in the work place. 1998 VETNETwork Conference Proceedings, Vol.2,
Why young people matter in social planning: Growing Up in Cities a model of participatory planning with young people, Invited presentation to Community Matters conference, City of Maribyrnong, Melbourne, Victoria. September, 1998. Malone and Hasluck.
Aliens in the Neighbourhood, Invited presentation in the ISIS Primary Care, Men’s Health and Research Forum, City of
Place, Culture and Risk: Growing Up In a Wild Zone, IAPS conference ‘Shifting Balances’,
Fear, flow and ‘geographies of exclusion’, Presented at YOUTH98! Young People- Public Spaces, Public Voices, Youth Research Centre,
Where do the Children Play?, Annual Conference Australian Association of Research in Education,
Young People’s Right to Participate in Planning for their Future, Young People’s Creators of their Future conference, Youth Research Centre, University of Melbourne, July, 1997. Hasluck and Malone
Growing Up In Cities: giving young people a voice, Paper presented at the Urban Childhood Conference,
Australian Aboriginal Shamanic use of the physical environment for the access and control of paranormal powers. Museum Anthropologists Conference, Indigenous Studies,
Winner of the 2002 International Environmental Design Research Award,
Winner of the 2000 Australian Awards for University Teaching Institutional Award, for Innovative and practical approaches to the provision of educational services to the local and/or regional community.
Don Jaime Martinez-Salguerro, Msc.
Profesor de Derecho de
Delegado Boliviano del Congreso de Estudiantes Latinoamericanos, Santiago, Chile.
Profesor y Jefe del Departamento de
Member of the Number of the Bolivian Academia of Language, correspondent for the Spanish Royal Family.
Academia correspondent of the North American Academia for the Spanish Language.
Academic for the Spanish Social Sciences,
Honorable Member of the Peruvian House of Poets.
Member of the International Association of Writers, with the seat
Member of the Circle of Venezuelan Writers
Author - Books
1. Anales de la academia boliviana de la lengua española.
3. signo, cuadernos bolivianos de cultura.
4. presencia literaria
The Royal palace at
Dr. William Campbell