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Everyday work as spectacle: celebrating Maya embodied culture in Belize


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Llanes-Ortiz, Genner (2014) Everyday work as spectacle: celebrating Maya embodied culture in Belize. In: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas. School of Advanced Study, University of London, London, pp. 151-166. ISBN 978-1-908857-08-8


Item Type: Book Section
Subjects: Human Rights & Development Studies
Sociology & Anthropology
Keywords: activism, aesthetics, authenticity, Belize, Maya, education, El Salvador, festival, Garifuna, Guatemala, humour, identity, indigeneity, Maya, Mexico, Mopan, photography, postcoloniality, Q'echi', rights, slavery, spectacle, spectatorship, storytelling, television, tourism, Yukatek,
Divisions: Institute of Latin American Studies
Collections: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas
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URI: http://sas-space.sas.ac.uk/id/eprint/6083
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