Imagining Modernity in the Andes

Imagining Modernity in the Andes

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This interdisciplinary work deals with the intersection of projects of modernity with constructions of race and ethnicity in the Andes. The book analyzes indigenista writings, the multidisciplinary work of osé Marìa Arguedas, and the anthropological experiments of the nineteen-fifties. It addresses the relevance of transculturation theory in a transnational age and analyzes the emergence of new visual media in a cultural context long defined by the oral-textual divide.

Book Details  

Publisher: Bucknell University Press (January 06, 2011)

Format: EPUB

Page count: 212 pages

Protection: DRM

Language: English

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