The Grimace of Macho Ratón: Artisans, Identity, and Nation in Late-Twentieth-Century Western Nicaragua

@inproceedings{Field1999TheGO,
  title={The Grimace of Macho Rat{\'o}n: Artisans, Identity, and Nation in Late-Twentieth-Century Western Nicaragua},
  author={Les W. Field},
  year={1999}
}
  • L. Field
  • Published 4 February 1999
  • Political Science
CONTENTS Acknowledgements Prologue Introduction: Regarding Macho Raton A class project: El Gueguence, Masaya-Carazo, and Nicaraguan national identity Nobody has to give me permission for this, Lord Governor Tastuanes, or, why the artisans did not become a revolutionary class, 1979-1990 (includes essays by Roberto Potosme and Orlando Gallegos Breaking the silence: Suche-Malinche, artisan women and Nicaraguan feminism (includes an essay by Maria Esthela Rodriquez de Pineda) The time of the blue… 
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