Natives Making Nation : Gender, Indigeneity, and the State in the Andes.

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Other Authors: Canessa, Andrew (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: Tucson : Chicago : University of Arizona Press, Chicago Distribution Center [distributor] Aug. 2011 ;
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Table of Contents:
  • 1. Introduction: Making the Nation on the Margins / Andrew Canessa ; 2. Capturing Indian Bodies, Hearths, and Minds: The Gendered Politics of Rural School Reform in Bolivia, 1920s-1940s / Brooke Larson ; 3. Making Music Safe for the Nation: Folklore Pioneers in Bolivian Indigenism / Michelle Bigenho ; 4. The Choreography of Territory, Agency, and Cultural Survival: The Vicuna Hunting Ritual ""Chuqila"" / Marcia Stephenson ; 5. Dancing on the Borderlands: Girls (Re)Fashioning National Belonging in the Andes / Krista Van Vleet.
  • 6. The Indian Within, the Indian Without: Citizenship, Race, and Sex in a Bolivian Hamlet / Andrew Canessa 7. 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 ; Contributors ; Index.