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New languages of the state : indigenous resurgence and the politics of knowledge in Bolivia

Publication Type:

Book

Source:

Narrating native histories, Duke University Press, Durham, p.331 (2009)

Call Number:

Cubb LC3735 .B5 G87 2009

URL:

http://searchworks.stanford.edu/view/8136869

Keywords:

Bilingual--Bolivia, Education, Education--Social aspects--Bolivia, Ethnology--Bolivia, Guarani Indians--Education--Bolivia, Indigenous peoples--Bolivia--Social conditions, Indigenous peoples--Education--Bolivia

Abstract:

Contents: Ethnographic articulations in an age of Pachakuti -- Soldiers, priests, and schools : state building in the Andes and the Guarani frontier -- Interlude to Camiri -- Guarani scribes : bilingual education as indigenous resurgence -- Interlude to Itavera -- Guarani Katui : schooling, knowledge, and movement in Itavera -- Interlude to la Paz, via Thailand -- Network articulations : EIB from project to policy -- Interlude : Bolivia or Yugoslavia? -- Prodding nerves : intercultural disruption and managerial control -- Interlude la Indiada, como para dar miedo -- Insurgent citizenship : interculturalism beyond the school -- Interlude : interculturalism to decolonization -- Shifting states.