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FROM COLONIZATION TO THE ZAPATISTA EMANCIPATION PROJECT IN CHIAPAS. CHILDHOOD STORIES: RACISM, VIOLENCE AND COLLECTIVE MEMORY

From the decolonial inflection, the counterinsurgency policies implemented by the Mexican government against the indigenous peoples of Chiapas are analyzed, as a strategy of war that is also the continuation of the colonization of power, knowing and being and the Zapatista Autonomy as a process deco... Full description

Main Author: Angélica Rico-Montoya
Contained in: Ra Ximhai (01.12.2018)
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ISSN: 1665-0441
Language: English
Spanish
Physical Description: Online-Ressource
PPN (Catalogue-ID): DOAJ040196666
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