Earth beings : ecologies of practice across Andean worlds / Marisol de la Cadena ; foreword by Robert J. Foster and Daniel R. Reichman.

Earth Beings is the fruit of Marisol de la Cadena's decade-long conversations with Mariano and Nazario Turpo, father and son, runakuna or Quechua people. Concerned with the mutual entanglements of indigenous and nonindigenous worlds, and the partial connections between them, de la Cadena presents how the Turpos' indigenous ways of knowing and being include and exceed modern and nonmodern practices. Her discussion of indigenous political strategies--a realm that need not abide by binary logics--reconfigures how to think about and question modern politics, while pushing her readers to think beyond "hybridity" and toward tran...

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Main author: Cadena, Marisol de la.
Language: English
Published: Durham ; London : Duke University Press, 2015.
Note: Documento en la exposición "Carolina Caycedo. Tierra de los amigos" en Artium Museoa en 2023 y 2024
Series: Lewis Henry Morgan lectures ; 2011
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CN: 176428
Format: Book
Physical description: XXVII, 214 p. : fot. ; 23 cm
Contents: Story 1. Agreeing to remember, translating, and carefully co-laboring -- Interlude 1. Mariano Turpo : In-ayllu leader -- Story 2. Mariano engages "the land struggle" : an unthinkable Indian leader -- Story 3. Mariano's cosmopolitics : between lawyers and Ausangate -- Story 4. Mariano's archive : the eventfulness of the ahistorical -- Interlude 2. Nazario Turpo: "the Altomisayuq who went to heaven" -- Story 5. Chamanismo Andino in the third millennium : multiculturalism meets earth-beings -- Story 6. A comedy of equivocations : Nazario Turpo's collaboration with the National Museum of the American Indian -- Story 7. Munayniyuq : the owner of the will (and how to control it)


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