Anthropology and Latin America

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Remapping Bolivia: Resources, Territory, and Indigeneity in a Plurinational State

Edited by Nicole Fabricant
Edited by Bret Gustafson

The 2005 election of Evo Morales to the presidency of Bolivia marked a critical moment of transformation—a coca farmer and peasant union leader became the first indigenous president in the history of the Americas. Gathering work from a new generation of anthropologists and scholars in related disciplines who have been doing fieldwork in the “post-Evo” era, Remapping Bolivia reflects shifting paradigms in Latin Americanist and indigenous-related research.

Published By School for Advanced Research Press

6 x 9 in. 280 pages 17 figs., 3 maps