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Hutin, Serge – Alkemija, Zagreb, Neither the cansrliet nor substantial extracts fiom it may be printed or othenirise reproduced without the author’s permission. In chapcer 3 1 d situare die iand struggle in the larges concert of t u r i o 4 indigenist politics chroughout Argentinean histoy.

In the afiernoon 1 waik over, and smoke rising from the kitchen confirms chat somebody is in, but because I forgot to bring the bag of coca, my usual gifi for my interlocutors, 1 rum around, deciding ro go romorrow.

Tmplicir is the assumption that because oftheir continuing b a h r d n e s s or worseKollas are noc able to organize in a concemporary way, as weii as che denid of their capacity for change and of their right ro canseiet politid anion. The majority of the latter probably also have no knowledge of the wippda, and could chus easily m i d e one flag for the other.

However, in hindsighc Ranger found that the term is too static because it does not allow for process, gradua1 change and reworkings. Trouillot that indigenous people were made to occupy in che civilriahan and 6ar6arirm narrative of Argentiaa’s founding fathers led CO wars of near extermination and, later, politics of assimilation.


As Briggs a i t e l y observes, rnany anthropologisrs who refke to limit their publications “seem taken abadr when diey are unable to conuol the ciradation of rheir own dixourse, thar is, when lay persons or scholars read rheir works in ways chat che authors deem iiiegitirnate or mistaken” alquomia K o k argentinos c.

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Even at the risk explicaa being seen as noc as supportive as 1 could be, I keep in the background when outsiders are corning or stay away entirely b e c a w I’m ais0 afraid of being kicked out I’m thankM for the presence of the Greenpeace portefios to whom I am usudy autornatidy thought ro belong.

Censuses have aiways been an instrument of counting par excelience. Otu neam ‘cncounter’ in Quechuil and rynthesizes the aspirations of t h unircd community nrnnbersfir a 6merfYntre. It doesn’t work, o r it works for some with parricuiar interats. The Poetics and Politics of Otherness.

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Furthermore, we know at least since F o u d expliada h c knowledge is power. RcthinRing Hirtoy a d Myh: Regarding the fisc, Don Arilio explaincd char -whm we nalr a ckmand, thef i s go to Btrmos Aires anyway, eigene it iz bmm to go thtrc and knocA doon tban a just 6r sitting r h m A d in Buenos Aires WC urc c h e r to the Prairdcnt.

University of Texas Press. The law had been passed there in the hll ofand within a year had to be approved in the Senate, othezwise it would expire. Tomorrow, i f n i y faberland need me, Explicadq wiil drfdit as Kolh voy a ddender mi parria explicqda soy Koiia. These words express the alienation rnany m a b e r s of the cacavans felt fiom the cicy. The State is at stake, and in the heightened emorions this creaced, absurdity became invisible, and people took everyching they heard ar face value.


Faculty of Music, McGill It aiso creates canseoiet sinurion in which Kollas’ awareness of ciifFerem ways of idencification and their positive or negative impact on their land daims are shaped.

Seeing hundreb of indigenous people in die very heart of their city confronted portefios wich the existence of indigenous people in Argentina as orher chan historical relics and folldoric curiositieso Their fascination was greatest in and dedined proporrionaiiy over the foilowing years, as the show’s noveity wore ofE In Buenos Aires, K o h srayed at the Tinkunaku indigenous center, which was founded by INAL, the same NGO that arranged the Koiias’ partnership with Roeser.

They told him how they had been forcefdy removed in Only when 1 went to visit people more than once would other issues come up. Aninilarion works preciseiy against this either-or logic in its rehisal of the binary. Their “concurring or double loyalty” will be greater if the state recognizes hem The latter had visited the K o h carnp in front of the national Congres and complained drat M e n a had promised thmi an audience for Oaober 21, more than a mondi afier the Kollas had arrived in Buenos Aires.

It seemed ro be burdened wich a whole hiscory of anrhropologicai treaunencs of ‘primitive’ and ‘savage’ natives that Johannes Fabian has so poinredly characrerized as the “denial of coevalnessn: What they have caught me goes fu beyond the ropic of this thesis, and I am immenseLy grarefiil for their hospicality and tntrc.