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Counterfoundational Histories from Native Brazil: On Violence and the Aesthetics of MemoryTeorizando as literaturas indígenas (2015)
This paper examines the ongoing struggle of Guarani-Kaiowá communities in the context of national and nationalist development imperatives and calls for an urgent rethinking of the current and possible relationships between notions of communal belonging, dominant sovereignty, and "progress."
- Guarani-Kaiowá; human rights; indigenous rights; indigenous activism; sovereignty
EditorEmilio del Valle Escalante
Citation InformationTracy Devine Guzmán. "Counterfoundational Histories from Native Brazil: On Violence and the Aesthetics of Memory" RaleighTeorizando as literaturas indígenas (2015)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/tracydevineguzman/27/