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Ritual and Remembrance in the Ecuadorian Andes (First Peoples: New Directions in Indigenous Studies) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 18. Januar 2013


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""Ritual and Remembrance in the Ecuadorian Andes" is a richly detailed historical, ethnographic, and linguistic account of religious practice and social change among the Salasaca Runa... The result is a fine-grained work that will be of interest to a scholars and graduate students interested not only in Ecuador but also in broader issues of religion and ethnic identity. Moreover, "Ritual and Remembrance" is very readable, making it accessible to undergraduate students. Corr's jargon-free analysis of Salasacan narrative would be particularly well-suited for undergraduate students in linguistic anthropology courses."-- Maximilian Viatori, "American Anthropologist"

"What I see here is fantastic fieldwork rich in detail and significance. The author has learned the language, dug deep for the most meaningful narratives, traced changes over time, and has generally gotten as close to an inside view of Salasacan cosmovision as anyone writing today." --Kris Lane, author of "Quito 1599: City and Colony in Transition"

"Ritual and Remembrance in the Ecuadorian Andes" is a richly detailed historical, ethnographic, and linguistic account of religious practice and social change among the Salasaca Runa The result is a fine-grained work that will be of interest to a scholars and graduate students interested not only in Ecuador but also in broader issues of religion and ethnic identity. Moreover, "Ritual and Remembrance" is very readable, making it accessible to undergraduate students. Corr's jargon-free analysis of Salasacan narrative would be particularly well-suited for undergraduate students in linguistic anthropology courses. Maximilian Viatori, "American Anthropologist""

Ritual and Remembrance in the Ecuadorian Andes is a richly detailed historical, ethnographic, and linguistic account of religious practice and social change among the Salasaca Runa The result is a fine-grained work that will be of interest to a scholars and graduate students interested not only in Ecuador but also in broader issues of religion and ethnic identity. Moreover, Ritual and Remembrance is very readable, making it accessible to undergraduate students. Corr's jargon-free analysis of Salasacan narrative would be particularly well-suited for undergraduate students in linguistic anthropology courses. Maximilian Viatori, American Anthropologist"

What I see here is fantastic fieldwork rich in detail and significance. The author has learned the language, dug deep for the most meaningful narratives, traced changes over time, and has generally gotten as close to an inside view of Salasacan cosmovision as anyone writing today. Kris Lane, author of Quito 1599: City and Colony in Transition"

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Celebrates fifteen years of Latin@ literature by bringing together some of the series' best work, including selections from award-winning books by Richard Blanco, Diana GarcA-a, Luis Alberto Urrea, Pat Mora, Kathleen AlcalA, Sergio Troncoso, and Kathleen de Azevedo--plus other prominent writers such as Ray Gonzalez, Franciso AlarcA3n, and Juan Felipe Herrera.

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