Racial alterity, Wixarika youth activism, and the right to the Mexican city / Diana Negrin
- Negrín, Diana
- Tucson : The University of Arizona Press, 2019.
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- Physical Description:
- xvi, 223 pages ; 24 cm
- Introduction: Negotiating Expectations, Articulating Identities in Urban Mexico -- 1. The Long Arc of Indigenismo: Mapping Vision, Race and Nation -- 2. Acción Indigenista and the Development of Wixárika Territory -- 3. Tepic: City of Inclusion, City of Exclusion -- 4. Guadalajara de Indias: Searching for the Right to the City -- 5. Makuyeika: She Who Walks in Many Places -- Conclusion: Walking Together
- "Utilizing archival and ethnographic research, this book explores the construction of racial and ethnic imaginaries in the western Mexican cities of Guadalajara and Tepic, and the ways in which these imaginaries shape the contemporary experiences and activism of Wixarika (Huichol) Indigenous university students and professionals living, studying, and working in these two cities"--
- 9780816540013 hardcover
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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