by Paul Dosh, 8/1/08 • If, you have the personal numbers of several of Ecuador’s highest-ranking elected officials in your cell phone’s directory,
And if, you have a curious two-year-old in the house who likes to push buttons,
Then, you should keep the cell phone key-locked,
To avoid embarrassment.
This blog is written as its authors work on a new research project titled “Women on the Frontlines: Resource Battles, Popular Movements, and Gender Dynamics in Bolivia and Ecuador.” An Associated Colleges of the Midwest (ACM) grant for innovative faculty-student collaboration supports Paul Dosh and Nicole Kligerman in an effort to craft a new model of faculty-student “complementary collaboration.” One way that they share their efforts is through a blog titled “Equal Footing: Collaboration at 13,000 Feet” (equalfooting.blogspot.com). This post is taken from their Equal Footing blog, with Paul’s writing in italics and Nicole’s in regular typeface.