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Hispanic American Historical Review 1 May ; 80 2 : — That the present is shaped by the past is an axiom that few scholars of Latin American history have used so explicitly to inform their work as Enrique Florescano does in this sweeping overview of cultural politics in Mexico. Troubled by the limited public and political understanding of the realities of indigenous life that the Zapatista rebellion revealed, Florescano set upon an ambitious project to trace the broad historical roots of the current crisis.
Beginning with the Precolumbian origins of Mesoamerican cultural and political formations, this book explores the changing relationship between ethnicity and the state in Mexico through the prehistoric, colonial and early national periods, culminating with the brutal repression of Yaqui and Maya rebellions during the Porfiriato.
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ISBN 13: 9789681907846
Title: Etnia estado y nacion Ensayo sobre las identidades
Etnia, estado y nacion: Ensayo sobre las identidades colectivas en Mexico (Nuevo siglo)