The challenge of the “indigenous movement” in Latin America

@article{Quijano2005TheCO,
  title={The challenge of the “indigenous movement” in Latin America},
  author={A. Quijano},
  journal={Socialism and Democracy},
  year={2005},
  volume={19},
  pages={55 - 78}
}
  • A. Quijano
  • Published 2005
  • Sociology
  • Socialism and Democracy
There has been no shortage of writing produced within and beyond Latin America on the so-called “indigenous movement,” particularly after the January 1994 insurgency in Chiapas and, especially, after the more recent events in Bolivia and Ecuador. This probably reflects, above all, an anxious recognition of the immediate political impact of the “indigenous” people’s actions and of the conflicts which such actions unleash – and threaten to unleash – in the rest of the population, putting at risk… Expand
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La insurreccion indigena-militar del 21 de enero del ano 2000, no logro su maximo objetivo. Pero cabe preguntarse si instalar en el poder a un “gobierno popular” estaba dentro de la agenda posibleExpand
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Ecuador, cuando los Equilibrios Crujen
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Not long ago in Peru, an Aymara leader harshly challenged a journalist who insisted on calling him indigenous
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