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Resurgent voices in Latin America
Edward L. Cleary
|Statement||edited by Edward L. Cleary, Timothy J. Steigenga|
|LC Classifications||BL2540 .R47 2004eb|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] :|
|Pagination||vii, 268 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||268|
“‘Knowing Where We Enter’: Indigenous Theology and the Popular Church in Oaxaca,” in C. Cleary and T. J. Steigenga (eds.) Resurgent Voices in Latin America: Indigenous Peoples, Political Mobilization, and Religious Change, New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University by: Voices of the Americas is a space for Americas Project fellows to share their insights into events unfolding in their home countries and in the region as a whole. The fellows' essays will also focus on economic development, institution building, democracy and the rule of law. Real World Latin America is an excellent collection of articles, providing students with insightful critiques of Latin American political, economic and social issues. As Latin America continues to undergo dramatic changes and as the relations between the region and the United States continue to be of great importance, students need to hear. Resurgent Voices in Latin America: Indigenous Peoples, Political Mobilization, and Religious Change. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, Colby, Benjamin and Colby, Lore M.. The Daykeeper: The Life and Discourse of an Ixil Diviner. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, Cook, Guillermo (Editor.).
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Resurgent Voices in Latin America offers new insight into the dynamics of indigenous social movements and into the complex and changing world of Latin American religions.
The essays show that religious beliefs, practices, and institutions have both affected and been affected by political by: This book presents voices of these movement protagonists themselves, as they describe the major issues, conflicts, and campaigns for social justice in Latin America today.
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Resurgent voice: Indians, politics, and religion in Latin America / Edward L. Cleary and Timothy J. Steigenga --From civil society to collective action: the politics of religion in Ecuador / Alison Brysk --New voice in religion and politics in Bolivia.
Resurgent Resurgent voices in Latin America book in Latin America offers new insight Resurgent voices in Latin America book the dynamics of indigenous social movements and into the complex and changing world of Latin American religions. The essays show that religious beliefs, practices, and institutions have both affected and been affected Resurgent voices in Latin America book political : $ Resurgent Voices in Latin America offers an important examination of the role religion has played in the creation and advancement of indigenous political and social movements in Latin America.
Over the past decade, a growing body of scholarly literature in political science, sociology, and anthropology has examined the emergence of powerful indigenous movements.
Resurgent Voices in Latin America is a collection of essays that evaluates the ways in which indigenous people through the use of religion or religion itself have politically mobilize to create demands and have their voices heard.
Both Cleary and Steigenga explain in the introduction that each different case study is aimed to explain and. Get this from a library. Resurgent voices in Latin America: indigenous peoples, political mobilization, and religious change. [Edward L Cleary; Timothy J Steigenga;] -- Annotation After more than years of marginalization, Latin America's forty million Indians have recently made major strides in gaining political recognition and civil rights.
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This important contribution to indigenous studies should be required reading for students concerned with new directions in Latin. Resurgent Voices in Latin America Book Summary: Annotation After more than years of marginalisation, Latin America's forty million Indians have gained political recognition and civil rights.
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