Highland Indians and the State in Modern Ecuador.

Restrictions on access to electronic version: access available to SOAS staff and students only, using SOAS id and password.
Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central.
Full title: Highland Indians and the State in Modern Ecuador.
Main author: Clark, A. Kim.
Corporate Authors: Ebook Central Academic Complete.
Other authors: Becker, Marc.
Format: eBook           
Online access: Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central.


Table of Contents:
  • Contents
  • Acknowledgments
  • Abbreviations
  • 1. Indigenous Peoples and State Formation in Modern Ecuador
  • 2. ¿Indígena o Ciudadano? : Republican Laws and Highland Indian Communities in Ecuador, 1820-1857
  • 3. Administering the Otavalan Indian and Centralizing Governance in Ecuador, 1851-1875
  • 4. Helpless Children or Undeserving Patriarchs? : Gender Ideologies, the State, and Indian Men in Late Nineteenth-Century Ecuador
  • 5. Liberalism, Indigenismo, and Social Mobilization in Late Nineteenth-Century Ecuador
  • 6. Shifting Paternalisms in Indian-State Relations, 1895-1950
  • 7. State Building and Ethnic Discourse in Ecuador's 1944-1945: Asamblea Constituyente
  • 8. Indigenous Communities, Landlords, and the State: Land and Labor in Highland Ecuador, 1950-1975
  • 9. Contesting Membership: Citizenship, Pluriculturalism(s), and the Contemporary Indigenous Movement
  • 10. Sons of Indians and Indian Sons: Military Service, Familial Metaphors, and Multicultural Nationalism
  • 11. Same State, Different Histories, Diverse Strategies: The Ecuadorian Amazon
  • 12. From Indigenismo to Indigenous Movements in Ecuador and Mexico
  • 13. Barricades and Articulations: Comparing Ecuadorian and Bolivian Indigenous Politics
  • 14. In the Shadows of Success: Indigenous Politics in Peru and Ecuador
  • Bibliographic Essay
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Contributors
  • Index.