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Bibliografická citace

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1st ed.
Austin : University of Texas Press, 2001
1 online resource (xix, 295 p.) : ill., maps
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ISBN 0292731485 (alk. paper)
ISBN 0292731493 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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Includes bibliographical references (p. [261]-278) and index
Strength of Utopia and Antinational Discourse 90 Diferent Contexts, -- Different Identities 95 -- 4. From Mestizo Mexico to Multicultural Mexico: -- Indigenismo in the Sierra Madre 100 -- Two Struggling Perspectives 102 From San Cristobal to -- Pdtzcuaro 105 Participative Indigenismo 110 The CCI -- Mam-Mochd-Cakchiquel 114 -- Third Border Crossing. Don Eugenio: "Rescuing" Mam Culture 122 -- 5. Mam Dance Groups: -- New Cultural Identities and the Performance of the Past 129 -- The Mam Supreme Council 130 Mam Dances 133 Memory and -- Performance ofEveryday Life 137 Dispute in the Construction of Mam -- Traditions 151 -- Fourth Border Crossing. Doha Luz: Organizing for Women’s Rights 156 -- 6. Organic Growers: -- Agro-ecological Catholicism and the Invention of Traditions 161 -- The Forania de la Sierra: The New Social Ministry 163 Globalization -- and OrganicMarkets: Mam Identity and Agro-ecological Discourses 169 -- New Cultural Discourses and the Reinvention of Mam Utopia 174 ---
Collective Reflection and New Spaces of Organization 178 Mam Women -- and Gender Demands 181 -- From PRONASOL to the Zapatista Uprising 187 -- Salinismo: The Administration’s Two-faced Policy 188 PRONASOL -- Indigenismo 194 The Impact of the Zapatista Rebellion on the Life of -- Mam Peasants 203 Claiming the Power to Name: The Struggle for -- Autonomy 214 The Voices of Women 219 Again a Two-faced -- Policy: EconomicAid and Paramilitarization 224 -- Conclusion 233 -- Notes 243 -- Glossary 257 -- Bibliography 261 -- Index 279.
Machine generated contents note: Foreword by Renato Rosaldo ix -- Preface xiii -- Acknowledgments xvii -- Introduction I -- First Border Crossing. -- Don Roberto: Working for Change in the Sierra 12 -- 1. The Postrevolutionary National Project -- and the Mexicanization of the Mam People 18 -- Forced Integration into the Nation 21 Mam Women and the Myth of -- Mestizaje 26 Federal and Local Indigenismos 30 From the Finca -- to the Ejido: Economic Integration 33 Presbyterianism and a New Mam -- Identity 42 -- 2. The Modernizing Project: -- Between the Museum and the Diaspora 49 -- The "Stabilizing Development" 51 Anthropologists in the Sierra: The -- Mam People as Health Problem and as National Heritage 54 Diaspora -- to the Rain Forest ’72 -- Second Border Crossing. Pedro: -- Searching for Paradise on Earth 76 -- 3. Mam Jehovah’s Witnesses: -- New Religious Identities and Rejection of the Nation 81 -- In Search of Paradise 83 Everyday Life at Las Ceibas 87 The ---
Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, MI : ProQuest, 2015. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest affiliated libraries
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(OCoLC)55889852

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