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The blood of Guatemala : a history of race and nation

Title
The blood of Guatemala : a history of race and nation / Greg Grandin.
Published
Durham, NC : Duke University Press, 2000.
Description
xviii, 343 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents
Introduction: Searching for the Living among the Dead
Prelude: A World Put Right, 31 March 1840
1. The Greatest Indian City in the World: Caste, Gender, and Politics, 1750-1821
2. Defending the Pueblo: Popular Protests and Elite Politics, 1786-1826
3. A Pestilent Nationalism: The 1837 Cholera Epidemic Reconsidered
4. A House with Two Masters: Carrera and the Restored Republic of Indians
5. Principales to Patrones, Macehuales to Mozos: Land, Labor, and the Commodification of Community
6. Regenerating the Race: Race, Class, and the Nationalization of Ethnicity
7. Time and Space among the Maya: Mayan Modernism and the Transformation of the City
8. The Blood of Guatemalans: Class Struggle and the Death of K'iche' Nationalism
Conclusions: The Limits of Nation, 1954-1999
Epilogue: The Living among the Dead.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Language
English
LCCN
99045640
ISBN
082232458X (alk. paper)
0822324954 (pbk. : alk. paper)
Format
Book Book
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