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Mas Que Un Indio (More Than An Indian): Racial Ambivalence And The Paradox Of Neoliberal Multiculturalism in Guatemala Paperback – July 1, 2006

ISBN-13: 978-1930618602 ISBN-10: 1930618603 Edition: illustrated edition

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In Mas Que un Indio [Charles] Hale...argues in favor of reintroducing the concept of race as a w ay of capturing intergroup or interethnic relations in Guatemala.... While Hale compares his work to the research and writing on whiteness in the United States, he misses the opportunity, in my view, to make a more toroughgoing comparison between the politics of race in Guatemala and the United States, a rhetorical approach which would make this book more interesting to its North American readers. --Ron Loewe, Reviews in Anthropology, vol. 38, issue 3, 2009

In Mas Que un Indio [Charles] Hale...argues in favor of reintroducing the concept of race as a w ay of capturing intergroup or interethnic relations in Guatemala.... While Hale compares his work to the research and writing on whiteness in the United States, he misses the opportunity, in my view, to make a more thoroughgoing comparison between the politics of race in Guatemala and the United States, a rhetorical approach which would make this book more interesting to its North American readers. --Ron Loewe, Reviews in Anthropology, vol. 38, issue 3, 2009

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