Dignity for the Voiceless; Willem Assies's Anthropological Work in Context

T. Salman (Editor), S. Martí i Puig (Editor), G. van der Haar (Editor)

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Abstract

In 2010, Willem Assies, an astute and prolific Latin Americanist and political anthropologist, died unexpectedly, at the age of 55. This book brings together some of his writings. Assies would always gave central stage to the collective and multi-layered actor and not the system — but he would constantly do so within the context of restrictions, pressures, conditioning factors and contradictions, to provide the actor with a real setting of operation.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationNew York/Oxford
PublisherBerghahn
ISBN (Print)9781782382928
Publication statusPublished - 2014

Publication series

NameCedla Latin America studies
PublisherBerghahn
No.vol. 103

Keywords

  • political movements
  • social structure
  • social anthropology
  • ethnic groups
  • ethnicity
  • politics
  • government policy
  • government
  • policy
  • andes
  • agriculture
  • indigenous people
  • bolivia
  • peru
  • latin america

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    Salman, T., Martí i Puig, S., & van der Haar, G. (Eds.) (2014). Dignity for the Voiceless; Willem Assies's Anthropological Work in Context. (Cedla Latin America studies; No. vol. 103). Berghahn.