Natives making nation : gender, indigeneity, and the state in the Andes /

"This volume looks at how metropolitan ideas of nation employed by politicians, the media, and education are produced, reproduced, and contested by people of the rural Andes - people who have long been regarded as ethnically and racially distinct from more culturally European urban citizens. Ye...

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Other Authors: Canessa, Andrew, 1965-
Format: eBook
Published: Tucson, Ariz. : University of Arizona Press, [2005]
Online Access:Connect to the full text of this electronic book
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: Making the nation on the margins / Andrew Canessa
  • Capturing Indian bodies, hearths, and minds : the gendered politics of rural school reform in Bolivia, 1920s-1940s / Brooke Larson
  • Making music safe for the nation : folklore pioneers in Bolivian indigenism / Michelle Bigenho
  • The choreography of territory, agency, and cultural survival in the Vicuña hunting ritual "chuqila" / Marcia Stephenson
  • Dancing on the borderlands : girls (re)fashioning national belonging in the Andes / Krista Van Vleet
  • The Indian within, the Indian without : citizenship, race, and sex in a Bolivian hamlet / Andrew Canessa
  • From political prison to tourist village : tourism, gender, indigeneity, and the state on Taquile Island, Peru / Elayne Zorn
  • Afterword: Andean identities : multiplicities, socialities, materialities / Mary Weismantel.