Indigeneity Collected Essays

List of Illustrations

Acknowledgments

1. Performing Indigeneity: Emergent Identity, Self-Determination, and Sovereignty

Laura R. Graham and H. Glenn Penny

2. Living Traditions: A Manifesto for Critical Indigeneity

Bernard Perley

3. Culture Claims: Being Maasai at the United Nations

Dorothy L. Hodgson

4. A White Face for the Cofán Nation? Randy Borman and the Ambivalence of Indigeneity

Michael L. Cepek

5. Performed Alliances and Performative Identities: Tupinamba in the Kingdom of France

Beatriz Perrone-Moisés

6. Rethinking Sami Agency during Living Exhibitions: From the Age of Empire to the Postwar World

Cathrine Baglo

7. Not Playing Indian: Surrogate Indigeneity and the German Hobbyist Scene

H. Glenn Penny

8. The Return of Kū? Re-membering Hawaiian Masculinity, Warriorhood, and Nation

Ty P. Kāwika Tengan

9. Bone-Deep Indigeneity: Theorizing Hawaiian Care for the State and Its Broken Apparatuses

Greg Johnson

10. Haka: Colonized Physicality, Body-Logic, and Embodied Sovereignty

Brendan Hokowhitu

11. Genders of Xavante Ethnographic Spectacle: Cultural Politics of Inclusion and Exclusion in Brazil

Laura R. Graham

12. Showing Too Much or Too Little: Predicaments of Painting Indigenous Presence in Central Australia

Fred Myers

13. Cities: Indigeneity and Belonging

Mark K. Watson

Contributors

Index

Biography, Education and Training

Ph.D. in Anthropology (University of Texas at Austin)
Licenciatura, Ciencias de la Religión; Specialty Etnología Americana (Pontifical Catholic University of Chile)
B.A. Philosophy, Minor in Ethnology.(Pontifical Catholic University of Chile).

Selected Publications




    • 2015 "Suma Qamaña, Sumaq Kawsay: Vivir en socionatura." IN: Silvia Rivera Cusicanqui, Virginia Aillón Soria (Eds.) Antología del Pensamiento Crítico Boliviano Contemporáneo. Buenos AIRES: CLACSO. pp. 291-316.

    • 2015 Editor and Introduction. T. Delgado Gonzales. Carne de Cañón. ¡Ahora Arde Kollitas! Diario de Guerra, 1932-1933. La Paz: Plural Editores. 224p.

    • 2014 Book Review of "From ENRON to Evo. Pipeline Politics, Global Environmentalism, and Indigenous Rights in Bolivia."

    • 2014 "Refounding Bolivia: Exploring the Possibility and Paradox of a Social Movement State. IN: The Movement of Movements. Struggles for Other Worlds. Vol 4. Part I. Jai Sen (Ed.) New Delho: Epen Word. pp. 2602-2687. 

    • 2014 "Land, Territory, Entropy." IN: Grabbing Back: Essays Against the Global land Grab. Ed. A.R. Ross pp.125-136.

    • 2014 "Contribución a la Historia del Movimiento Obrero Minero Boliviano. Entrevista con Sinforoso Cabrera." Bolivian Research Review. August. Vol 11, (1): 196-214. (www.bolivianstudies.org)

    • 2013 (w. N. Klahn) "Encuentros con Jesús Urzagasti en la Universidad de California." Revista Boliviana de Investigación. Vol. 10 (1), August. Pp. 325-353.



  • 2013 "Sumaq Qamaña, Sumaq Kawsay: Vivir en Socionatura." In: Selva Vida: De la Destrucción de la Amazonía al Paradigma de la Regeneración. Pp. 83-100.2012

  • 2012 w. John Brown Childs, co-eds. Indigeneity: Collected Essays. Santa Cruz: New Pacific Press

  • 2012 Introduction and Edition. In: Trifonio Delgado Gonzales, Recuerdos de Ayer. La Paz: Plural Editores. 150p.

  • 2005 w Wara Alderete. Stefano Varese, et al. (Eds). Conocimiento Indígena y Globalización. Quito: Abya Yala.

  • 2004 w .John M. Schechter (eds.) Quechua Verbal Artistry. Arte Expressivo Quechua. Bonn: Bonner Amerikanistische Studien, Vol 38.

  • 2004. w. Josefa Salmón (ed). Identidad, Ciudadanía y Participación Popular desde la Colonia al Siglo XX. La Paz: Plural Editores.

  • 2000-11 General Editor. Revista-E/Electronic Journal of Bolivian Studies Research. Studies Association, BSA).

  • SELECTED ARTICLES

  • 2012 "Los subtextos de la mesianicidad: El Poder Constituyente del Evismo." IN: Marc Zimmermann and Luis Ochoa Bilbao (eds.) Giros Culturales en la Marea Rosa de América Latina. Houston: La Casa BUAP. Pp. 187-206

  • 2008 (with S. Varese and R. Meyer) “Indigenous Anthropologies: Beyond Barbados” IN: D. Poole (ed.) Companion to Latin American Anthropology. Blackwell Publishing Ltd. Pp.375-398.

  • 2007 (w. M.A. Choque) “Indigenous Women, Transnationality and Re/narrativized Social Memory. IN: N. Gutiérrez (ed). Women and Nationalism in Latin America. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing. Chapter 9, pp. 167-192.

  • 2006 “Prologue” IN: Stefano Varese. Witness to Sovereignty. Essays on the Indian Movement in Latin America. Copenhagen: IWGIA, Pp.8-11.

  • 2006 “The Makings of a Transnational Movement.” IN: Vajay Prashad and Teo Ballvé (eds). Dispatches from Latinamerica. Cambridge: South End Press, pp. 59-67.

  • 2006 (w. John Brown Childs) “First Peoples/African-American Connections” IN: Joanne Barker (ed.) Sovereignty Matters. Locations of Contestation and possibility in Indigenous Struggles for Self-Determination. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, pp.67-87.

  • 2005 “Una aproximación filológica para entender las luchas por la autonomía áyllica” IN: E. W. Alderete, G. Delgado-P., et al. (Eds.) Conocimiento Indígena y globalización, Quito: Abya Yala, 35-58.

  • 2005 “La corografía en El País del Silencio: El Espacio Estríado entre el Chaco y el Altiplano.” IN: Josefa Salmón, (comp). Construcción y Poética del Imaginario Boliviano.” La Paz; Plural Editores, 67-90.

  • 2004 Book Review of “El Poder de los Colores by G. Siracusano”. Colonial Latin American Review. Winter, Vol 13. (1): 94-95.

  • 2004 Las Mujeres Indígenas y sus Luchas Trans/nacionales: Notas sobre la Re/narrativización de la Memoria Social.” IN: Natividad Gutiérrez (ed). Mujeres y Nacionalismos en América Latina. México: UNAM, pp.261-298

  • 2004 “Katari, Jatariy! Una revisita al mesianismo y tres Canciones-Memoria.” IN: Guillermo. Delgado-P. and John M. Schechter (eds). Inscribing Andean VoicesQuechua Verbal Artistry, pp. 183-235. (Reprinted in: Cuadernos de Literatura, Vol 41, Universidad Mayor de San Andrés. 2006).

  • 2013 Book Review of "Mercury, Mining, and Empire: The Human and Ecological Cost of Colonial Silver Mining in the Andes. In: Colonial Latin America Historical Review. Vol. 1 (2) Spring. Pp. 195-197.


Teaching Interests

Anthropology and Indigeneity
Anthropology of Developing Countries
Andean Anthropology/Peasantries
Quechua Ethnolinguistics
Anthropology of Land and waterscapes
Anthropology of Labor: Mining and Miners

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