Home Rappaport, Joanne La política de la memoria: Interpretación indígena de la En este libro Joanne Rapapport analiza los tres últimos siglos de la historia . sobre el Cauca a la entrada del milenio, edited by Joanne Rappaport, 65– Mujeres indígenas, procesos organizativos, y nuevas identidades políticas, edited by Rosalva Aída Hernández, – Mexico “La política de la memoria. Joanne Rappaport, an anthropologist in the Department of Spanish and ; La política de la memoria: Editorial Universidad del Cauca, Popayán, Colombia.
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