Indigenous languages, politics, and authority in Latin America : historical and ethnographic perspectives

Auteur(s) : Durston, Alan (Éd.)
Mannheim, Bruce (Éd.)
Description matérielle : ix-265 p. : 24 cm.Publication : Notre Dame (Ind.) : University of Notre Dame Press, 2018.Cote : S.237Note : Bibliographie en fin de chapitre. Index.
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Introduction / Durston, Alan and Mannheim, Bruce --

"The discourse of my life": what language can do (early colonial views on Quechua) / MacCormack, Sabine --

Colonial written culture in the Coixtlahuaca Basin, Oaxaca, Mexico / Doesburg, Bas van --

The politics of the Aztec histories / Townsend, Camilla --

Toward a Guarani semantic history: political vocabulary in Guarani (Sixteenth to Nineteenth Centuries) / Boidin, Capucine and Melgarejo, Angélica Otazú --

Quechua-language government propaganda in 1920s Peru / Durston, Alan --

Mayan languages: a new dawn? / Maxwell, Judith M. --

Xavier Albó's "The future of the oppressed languages in the Andes", revisited / Mannheim, Bruce --

Building differences: the (re)production of hierarchical relations among women in the Southern Andes / Huayhua, Margarita.

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