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Impostor State: Literary and Cultural Appropriations of the Memory of the Muisca and Indigenous America

Impostor State: Literary and Cultural Appropriations of the Memory of the Muisca and Indigenous America

caratulaEL ESTADO IMPOSTOR 3 CURVASLuis F. Restrepo, Professor of Spanish, Latin American and Latino Studies, Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies – Impostor State: Literary and Cultural Appropriations of the Memory of the Muisca and Indigenous America Universidad de Antioquia Press

The book examines the literary and artistic representations of the conquest of what is now Colombia, from the colonial period to the present, particularly in relation to current efforts of the indigenous communities to receive cultural and political recognition from the Colombian state and society at large.

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