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Title:
Guatemalan Indians and the state, 1540 to 1988
Author:
Smith, Carol A., 1941-
Edition:
First edition.
Publication Information:
Austin : University of Texas Press, 1990.
Physical Description:
ix, 316 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
General Note:
Edited papers presented at the March 1988 meetings of the Latin American Studies Association.
Language:
English
Contents:
Core and periphery in colonial Guatemala / Christopher H. Lutz and W. George Lovell -- Changes in the nineteenth-century Guatemalan state and its Indian policies / Ralph Lee Woodward, Jr. -- Origins of the national question in Guatemala : a hypothesis / Carol A. Smith -- State power, indigenous communities, and land in nineteenth-century Guatemala, 1820-1920 / David McCreery -- State and community in nineteenth-century Guatemala : the Momostenango case / Robert M. Carmack -- Ethnic images and strategies in 1944 / Richard N. Adams -- The corporate community, Campesino organizations, and agrarian reform : 1950-1954 / Jim Handy -- Enduring yet ineffable community in the Western periphery of Guatemala / John M. Watanabe.

Class position and class consciousness in an Indian community : Totonicap√°n in the 1970s / Carol A. Smith -- Changing Indian identity : Guatemala's violent transition to modernity / Arturo Arias -- Conclusion : history and revolution in Guatemala / Carol A. Smith.
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ISBN:
9780292727441
Format :
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