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100 1  Mácha, Přemysl 
245 10 Masks of Identity :|bRepresenting and Performing Otherness
       in Latin America 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Newcastle-upon-Tyne :|bCambridge Scholars Publisher,|c2014
264  4 |c©2014 
300    1 online resource (181 pages) 
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505 0  Intro -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS -- 
       INTRODUCTION -- CHAPTER ONE: ON ALTERITY IN PERU: 
       INDIGENOUS AND MESTIZO POPULATIONS -- CHAPTER TWO: 
       REPRESENTATIONS OF OTHERNESS IN ANDEAN CULTURE: AN 
       INTERPRETATIVE APPROACH -- CHAPTER THREE: BODY, SEXUALITY 
       AND PROXEMICS IN THE NEW KINGDOM OF GRANADA AND THE 
       PROVINCE OF VENEZUELA AS PORTRAYED BY THE CHRONICLES OF 
       FRAY PEDRO DE AGUADO (1550-1582) -- CHAPTER FOUR: THE 
       OTHER VIEW: WOMEN IN THE CHRONICLE OF GUAMAN POMA DE AYALA
       -- CHAPTER FIVE: ANOTHER OTHERNESS: THE CASE OF THE ROMA 
       IN MEXICO -- CHAPTER SIX: CONSTRUCRING THE OTHER WHILE 
       BEING THE OTHER: THE ZAPATISTA MOVEMENT DURING THE MEXICAN
       REVOLUTION -- CHAPTER SEVEN: THE COMANCHES OF NEW MEXICO: 
       DANCING WITH THE OTHER IN THE LATIN AMERICAN BORDERLANDS -
       - CHAPTER EIGHT: NOT EXACTLY THE OTHER? AFRICANS IN LATE 
       COLONIAL AND EARLY INDEPENDENCE IDENTITY DISCOURSE IN 
       SPANISH AMERICA -- CONTRIBUTORS -- SUMMARY -- INDEX 
520    This collection of essays offers some thoughts on alterity
       /otherness in anthropological praxis viewed through the 
       prism of the Latin American reality. It is neither an 
       exhaustive treatment of the problem of Otherness in 
       anthropological theory nor a definitive analysis of the 
       various forms of represented, practiced, and contested 
       alterities in Latin American history. Rather, the authors 
       have been brought together by several common concerns. The
       first is an interest in exploring and understandi.. 
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650  0 Social sciences -- Latin America 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Pellón,  José Eloy Gómez 
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