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Published: 29 September 2005

352 Pages | 2 maps, numerous halftones and black and white illustrations


ISBN: 9780195183283

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Weaving the Past

A History of Latin America's Indigenous Women from the Prehispanic Period to the Present

Susan Kellogg

  • 1. First broad comparative study of native women in Latin America.
  • 2. Spans precolonial, colonial, and modern Latin America.
  • 3. Synthesizes and makes accessible a wide range of primary and interdisciplinary sources, including archaeological, anthropological, and historical material.
  • 4. Deals with contemporary indigenous rights movements.

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