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I am working on a dossier. Here is Nationalism and Revolution: on Benedict Anderson’s Imagined Communities. Advertisements
Captain Mayne Reed.
Here we have an important post by me, too cool to be forgotten.
There is Jerome’s new book but the lowest price on it is $100. And there are numerous other desirable books. From Routledge I am interested in some textbooks, the latest Latin America since Independence, the revised Latin American History Goes … Continue reading
These are notes from the back of a napkin. + The celebration of cultural mestizaje is MARKETABLE. + Cecilia wants to be white, but is valued because she is mixed and female, and is FEARED because of being a mixed … Continue reading
Contesting Hybridity: Evangelistas and Kataristas in Highland Bolivia ANDREW CANESSA, Lecturer Department of Sociology, University of Essex. Journal of Latin American Studies 32:1 (February 2000): 115-144. Two of the most striking aspects of social change in recent decades in Latin America have been the rise of indigenist … Continue reading