User:Joe Quick

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The bulk of my contributions to Citizendium have been in the social sciences. I mostly focus on articles related to my academic pursuits, which involve Latin America past and present, indigeneity and portrayals of indigeneity in the Americas.

I earned a B.A. from Carleton College in 2007, where I majored in Sociology/Anthropology with a concentration in Latin American Studies. I got my M.A. from the University of Chicago in Latin American and Caribbean Studies in 2008. Now, I'm a graduate student in anthropology at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, where I'll eventually earn a Ph.D.

My user page and user talk page tend to get rather out of date; please don't mind the clutter.

Notes to myself to be acted on... eventually.
A CZimerick
We've developed a new wiki project,
and it operates with actual logic.
Our usernames are true,
our vandals are few,
and our solutions are not demagogic.
— By Joe Quick

Me and CZ

Like all good citizens, I've turned my attention to a number of different topics that tend converge as well as some odd ones out. The following is a sample of what I've worked on so far. It includes mainly articles that I am particularly interested in. I've created and/or edited many others, especially during the monthly Write-a-Thons, that are not listed.
These I've put significant work into in the past And these are topics I'm thinking about now