Remapping Bolivia: Resources, Territory, and Indigeneity in a Plurinational State
eds. Nicole Werner Fabricant and Bret Gustafson
Publication edited by Nicole Fabricant and DPDF 2011 Global Indigenous Politics Research Director Bret Gustafson.
The 2005 election of Evo Morales to the presidency of Bolivia marked a critical moment of transformation—a coca farmer and peasant union leader became the first indigenous president in the history of the Americas. Gathering work from a new generation of anthropologists and scholars in related disciplines who have been doing fieldwork in the “post-Evo” era, Remapping Bolivia reflects shifting paradigms in Latin Americanist and indigenous-related research.
Published: School for Advanced Research, September 2011
Citation: Remapping Bolivia: Resources, Territory, and Indigeneity in a Plurinational State, eds. Nicole Werner Fabricant and Bret Gustafson (School for Advanced Research, September 2011), http://www.amazon.com/Remapping-Bolivia-Resources-Indigeneity-Plurinational/dp/1934691518, 1, 280.