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Remapping Bolivia: Resources, Territory, and Indigeneity in a Plurinational State Paperback – September 1, 2011

ISBN-13: 978-1934691519 ISBN-10: 1934691518 Edition: first

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Gustafson and Fabricant's outstanding collection provides the rich critical and conceptual analysis that the Bolivian case deserves. A foundational text not simply in charting the changing contours of spatial politics in the Andean region but for the very idea of a plurinational democratic polity. A tour de force. --Michael Watts, University of California, Berkeley

Interspersed with the voices of movement leaders, multidisciplinary researchers analyze transformations from the gas fields of the eastern lowlands occupied by the Guarana and the soyscapes dominated by agribusiness interests in Santa Cruz, to the pluricultural immigrant cities of El Alto. They assess both the progress and pitfalls of a government dedicated to bringing social justice and equality to a country dominated for centuries by foreign extractive investors.... The collection as a whole invites the reader to pursue the paradoxes in this ongoing process. --June Nash, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Remapping Bolivia establishes a well-balanced articulation of the Andean region with the Amazonian and Chaco lowlands. In this sense, and among other important ways of interpreting the topics studied in this book, remapping Bolivia means rethinking lo andino from the lowlands. This is a novel and useful approach to Bolivian studies, and the book presents original ideas with up-to-date information. --Javier Sanjines, University of Michigan

The cross-disciplinary collection asks to what extent the present regime has succeeded in refounding the country {Bolivia] and explores some of the struggles over resources that continue.... The volume works well and the editors should be given credit for making the writings of Bolivian scholars available to English-speaking audiences. --Maggie Bolton, Journal of the Royal Anthropological Instititue, 2014

Remapping Bolivia establishes a well-balanced articulation of the Andean region with the Amazonian and Chaco lowlands. In this sense, and among other important ways of interpreting the topics studied in this book, remapping Bolivia means rethinking lo andino from the lowlands. This is a novel and useful approach to Bolivian studies, and the book presents original ideas with up-to-date information. --Javier Sanjines, University of Michigan

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