Paper $49.95 ISBN: 9789052600932 Published June 2003 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada

Imaging the Andes

Shifting Margins of a Marginal World

Edited by Ton Salman and Annelies Zoomers

Imaging the Andes
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Edited by Ton Salman and Annelies Zoomers

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316 pages | 6 2/3 x 9 1/2 | © 2003
Paper $49.95 ISBN: 9789052600932 Published June 2003 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada
Contents
Acknowledgements
On the editors and contributors
Preface

Part I: Reflections on images of Andean identity
1. Straying Andean ways: Reflecting on Andean-ness in a globalizing world
      Annelies Zoomers and Ton Salman
2. Andean transversality: Identity between fixation and flow
      Anke van Dam and Ton Salman
3. Debates about lo andino in twentieth-century Peru
      Isabel Yépez del Castillo
4. Cultural difference and the evocation of otherness: Reflections on the (mis)use of the culture concept in Andean studies
      Pieter de Vries and Monique Nuijten
5. The ‘collapse’ of the Pueruvian ayllu
      Arij Ouweneel
6. Social scientists as social activists: A short history of the recent evolution of lo andino in Peru and Bolivia
      Nico van Niekerk
Part II: Andean diversity: Interventions and responses
7. Water, community, and identity: The politics of cultural and agricultural production in the Andes
      Paul H. Gelles and Rutgerd Boelens
8. Water, gender, and ‘Andeanity’: Conflict or harmony? Gender dimensions of water rights in diverging regimes of representation
      Rutgerd Boelens and Margareet Zwarteveen
9. Indian justice in the Andes: Re-rooting or re-routing?
      Willem Assies
10. The Andean melodrama and how it reflects on Bolivian education
      Marten Brienen
11. Between higher education and lo andino in the central Peruvian Andes 1960-2000
      Ninna Nyberg Sørensen and Finn Stepputat
12. Andean ethnicity today: Four Aymara narratives from Bolivia
      Xavier Albó
Part III: The traveling Andes: Andean elements in alien settings
13. New recipes for living better with Pachamama
      Susan Paulson
14. Andean predicaments: Cultural reinvention and identity creation among urban migrants in Peru
      Karsten Paerregaard
15. The presence of Aymara traditions in urban youth culture: Tales about the multiculture of El Alto, Bolivia
      Germán Guaygua, Máximo Quisbert and Angela Riveros
16. Crisis? Whose Crisis? Conflicting views on the crisis in the artisan economy of Otavalo, Ecuador
      Jeroen Windmeijer
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