In Search of an Inca: Identity and Utopia in the Andesby Alberto Flores Galindo
Pub. Date: 05/31/2010
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book examines how people in the Andean region have invoked the Incas to question and rethink colonialism and injustice. See more details below
This book examines how people in the Andean region have invoked the Incas to question and rethink colonialism and injustice.
Table of Contents
Editors' introduction; Acknowledgments; Introduction; 1. Europe and the land of the Incas: the Andean utopia; 2. Communities and doctrines: the struggle for souls (central Andes, 1608–66); 3. The spark and the fire: Juan Santos Atahualpa; 4. The Tupac Amaru Revolution and the Andean people; 5. Govern the world, disrupt the world; 6. Soldiers and montoneros; 7. A republic without citizens; 8. The utopian horizon; 9. The boiling point; 10. The silent war; 11. Epilogue: dreams and nightmares.
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