Indigeneity in Africa and Latin America
What is it about?
This article looks at the similarities between indigenous discourses in Africa and Latin America, especially Bolivia. It offers a new way of thinking about indigeneity comparatively and argues that different modes of indigeneity are different ways of relating to the state.
Why is it important?
There are many, often confusing, ways to think about various discourses about indigenous people. This article offers a framework for comparing indigeneities without resorting to essentialisms.
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