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Chapter 1. Introduction
Part I. Sixteenth-Century Conquests (1521-1598) and their Postcolonial Border Legacies Chapter 2. The Invention of Borderlands Geography: What Do Aztlán and Tenochtitlán Have to Do with Ciudad Juárez/Paso del Norte?
Chapter 3. The Problem of Color in Mexico and on the U.S.-Mexico Border: Precolonial, Colonial, and Postcolonial Subjectivities
Part II. Culture, Class, and Gender in Late-Twentieth-Century Ciudad Juárez Chapter 4. Maquiladoras, Gender, and Culture Change Chapter 5. The Political Economy of Tropes, Culture, and Masculinity Inside an Electronics Factory Chapter 6. Border Inspections: Inspecting the Working-Class Life of Maquiladora Workers on the U.S-Mexico Border Chapter 7. Culture, Class, and Union Politics: The Daily Struggle for Chairs inside a Sewing Factory in the Larger Context of the Working Day Chapter 8. Women, Men, and "Gender" in Feminist Anthropology: Lessons from Northern Mexico's Maquiladoras
Part III. Alternating Imaginings Chapter 9. Reimagining Culture and Power against Late Industrial Capitalism and Other Forms of Conquest through Border Theory and Analysis
Epilogue Notes Bibliography Permissions Credits Index