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Indigenous Andean Women in Colonial Textual Discourses

@inproceedings{Guengerich2009IndigenousAW,
  title={Indigenous Andean Women in Colonial Textual Discourses},
  author={Sara Vicu{\~n}a Guengerich},
  year={2009}
}
Latin American and Iberian Institute Ph.D. Fellowship, University of New Mexico. Elka Klein Travel Grant, University of Judaism. Research Travel Project, University of New Mexico. Tinker Foundation & Latin American and Iberian Institute, University of New Mexico Feminist Research Institute, University of New Mexico. 

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