By Shane Greene
Following a long time of engagement with and resistance to state-mandated missionary schooling, land-titling, and overseas advocacy networks, the Aguaruna have confronted quite a few constraints in pursuit in their personal political initiatives. in keeping with first-hand fieldwork, Customizing Indigeneity presents a brand new theoretical language for the politics of indigeneity. Documenting the dynamic among old constraints and cultural creativity, this paintings presents a clean standpoint on indigenous people's business enterprise inside of evolving constructions of inequality, whereas at the same time not easy universal assumptions approximately scholarly engagement with marginalized populations.
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Customizing Indigeneity: Paths to a Visionary Politics in Peru by Shane Greene