Remaking Kichwa

Language and Indigenous Pluralism in Amazonian Ecuador

An ethnographic exploration of native Amazonian adaptations to language shift, culture contact, and urbanization through creative forms of discourse. Les mer
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An ethnographic exploration of native Amazonian adaptations to language shift, culture contact, and urbanization through creative forms of discourse.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

List of Figures
List of Tables
Acknowledgements
Notes on Orthography and Transcription
Introduction: Language, Indigeneity, and Pluralism in Amazonian Ecuador
1. The Tena Kichwa Sociolinguistic World
2. Language Revitalization, Nation-Building, and Code Choice
3. Bilingualism, Racialization, and 'Poorly Spoken Spanish'
4. Intercultural Memories: Ritual Activism in Discourses of the Past
5. Intercultural Futures: Urban Media and the Predicaments of Translation
Conclusion: Discourse and the Remaking of Indigeneity in Amazonia
Notes
References
Index

Om forfatteren

Michael Wroblewski is Associate Professor of Anthropology at Grand Valley State University, USA.