Indigenous Signs and Stigma in Local Bolivian Politics
By Robert Albro
$34.95 Paperback 978-1-934691-18-2 August 2010
Roosters at Midnight is an ethnography about the political lives and careers of a growing urban-dwelling and indigenous constituency that operates primarily within the informal economy in and around the provincial capital Quillacollo.
This book traces the process of self-organization and emergence within Ecuador’s Indigenous movement from 1998 to 2008 for the Zápara nationality, one of the smallest Indigenous groups in Ecuador, to explore the complex role that multiculturalism has played in local identity politics.
Staking Ethno-Nationalist Claims to a Disappearing Homeland
By Sarah Bronwen Horton
$24.95 Paperback 978-1-934691-19-9 June 2010
This book examines how Hispanos have re-created the modern Fiesta to stake their claims to Santa Fe, symbolically reoccupying this capital city and cultural homeland even as they have increasingly experienced displacement and dispossession.
Transitions in Decision Making from Small-Scale to Middle-Range Societies
Edited by Kevin J. VaughnJelmer W. EerkensJohn Kantner
$34.95 Paperback 978-1-934691-13-7 March 2010
This book brings together the perspectives of cultural anthropologists and archaeologists to explore why and how leadership emerges and variously becomes institutionalized among disparate human societies.
Edited by Barbara Rylko-BauerLinda WhitefordPaul Farmer
$29.95 Paperback 978-1-934691-14-4 October 2009
Over 24 million people have died in these conflicts, and millions more suffered illness and injury. In this volume, leading scholars and practitioners examine the impact of structural, military, and communal violence on health, psychosocial well-being, and health care delivery. By investigating the fields of violence that define our modern world, the authors are able to provide alternative global health paradigms that can be used to develop more effective policies and programs.