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Comparative indigeneities of the Américas : toward a hemispheric approach

저자: María Bianet Castellanos; Lourdes Gutiérrez Nájera; Arturo J Aldama
출판사: Tucson : University of Arizona Press, ©2012.
시리즈: Critical issues in indigenous studies.
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"The effects of colonization on the Indigenous peoples of the Américas over the past 500 years have varied greatly. So too have the forms of resistance, resilience, and sovereignty. In the face of these differences, the contributors to this volume contend that understanding the commonalities in these Indigenous experiences will strengthen resistance to colonial forces still at play. This volume marks a critical  더 읽기…
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모든 저자 / 참여자: María Bianet Castellanos; Lourdes Gutiérrez Nájera; Arturo J Aldama
ISBN: 9780816521012 0816521018
OCLC 번호: 778636745
설명: xv, 353 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
내용: Introduction: Hemispheric encuentros and re-memberings / Lourdes Gutiérrez Nájera, M. Bianet Castellanos, Arturo J. Aldama --
Gathering the threads together: comparative urban/rural/diasporic/multitribal nationalisms / Penelope Kelsey --
Topographies of indigenism: Mexico, decolonial indigenism, and the Chicana transnational subject in Ana Castillo's Mixquiahuala letters / Lourdes Alberto --
Chican@ indigeneity, the nation-state, and colonialist identity formations / George Hartley --
Métis voices and sovereignty: reflections on métis resistance to imperial layers of colonialism in Canada / David T. McNab --
Indigeneity and fictions of Brazilian national identity: quincentennial representations of Mestiçagem in contemporary Brazilian cinema / Jasmine Mitchell --
Performing indigeneity in the Nuevomexicano homeland: Antiguo Mestizo ritual and new Mestizo revivals: antidotes to enchantment and alienation / Peter J. García, Enrique R. Lamadrid --
"I am Guadalupe": gender, migration, and indigeneity in Yucatán, Mexico / M. Bianet Castellanos --
Ajq'ija', transnational migrants, telephones, and Nimab'äl K'u'x Mayab' / Walter E. Little --
Wixárika youth activists: unfixing the geographic imagination of the indigenous / Diana Negrrín da Silva --
Fears of Aztlan/fears of the reconquista: white men as new (old) nativ(ist)e Americans / Arturo J. Aldama --
Ethnopolitics and the democratization of the Latin American state / Natividad Gutiérrez Chong --
Mayan visions of autonomy and the politics of assimilation / Byrt Wammack Weber, Ana Rosa Duarte Duarte --
This land that diaspora: indigeneity, nation-states, and Afro-Latin America / Bettina Ng'weno --
The struggle for indigenous autonomy in twenty-first-century Bolivia / Victoria Bomberry --
Challenges to Zapotec indigenous autonomy in an era of global migration / Lourdes Gutiérrez Najera --
Two-spirit transnational literary seductions: Driskill, Womack, Silko, and Muxes film / Gabriel S. Estrada --
Gender, sexuality, and indigeneity: the decolonial project of Maya Zapatista Communiques, Craciela Limón's Erased faces, and Gloria Anzaldúa's Borderlands/la frontera / Debra J. Blake --
Activist media in indigenous AIDS organizing: theorizing the colonial conditions of AIDS / Scott Lauria Morgensen --
Aztlán, Anishinaabewaki, Ixachilan: radical hemispheric indigeneity and the liberation of art through the graphic work of Carlos Cortéz Koyokuikatl / Dylan A.T. Miner --
Colonial borders, native fences: building bridges between indigenous communities through the decolonization of the American Landscape / Sandra M. Gonzales --
Las identidades también lloran, identities also cry: exploring the human side of indigenous Latina/o Identities / Luis Urrieta, Jr.
일련 제목: Critical issues in indigenous studies.
책임: edited by M. Bianet Castellanos, Lourdes Gutiérrez Nájera, and Arturo J. Aldama.

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"The effects of colonization on the Indigenous peoples of the Américas over the past 500 years have varied greatly. So too have the forms of resistance, resilience, and sovereignty. In the face of these differences, the contributors to this volume contend that understanding the commonalities in these Indigenous experiences will strengthen resistance to colonial forces still at play. This volume marks a critical moment in bringing together transnational and interdisciplinary scholarship to articulate new ways of pursuing critical Indigenous studies. Comparative Indigeneities of the Américas highlights intersecting themes such as indigenísmo, mestizaje, migration, displacement, autonomy, sovereignty, borders, spirituality, and healing that have historically shaped the experiences of Native peoples across the Américas. In doing so, it promotes a broader understanding of the relationships between Native communities in the United States and Canada and those in Latin America and the Caribbean and invites a hemispheric understanding of the relationships between Native and mestiza/o peoples. Through path-breaking approaches to transnational, multidisciplinary scholarship and theory, the chapters in this volume advance understandings of indigeneity in the Américas and lay a strong foundation for further research. This book will appeal to scholars and students in the fields of anthropology, literary and cultural studies, history, Native American and Indigenous studies, women and gender studies, Chicana/o studies, and critical ethnic studies. Ultimately, this deeply informative and empowering book demonstrates the various ways that Indigenous and mestiza/o peoples resist state and imperial attempts to erase, repress, circumscribe, and assimilate them."--Publisher's description.

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