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Altamirano-Jiménez, Isabel (2014) Indigeneity, law and performance on the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua. In: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas. School of Advanced Study, University of London, London, pp. 205-222. ISBN 978-1-908857-08-8

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Butterworth, James (0214) Rethinking spectacle and indigenous consumption: commercial huayno music in Peru. In: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas. School of Advanced Study, University of London, London, pp. 131-149. ISBN 978-1-908857-08-8

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Couture, Selena (2014) Indigenous interventions at Klahowya Village, χwayχw əy Vancouver/ unceded Coast Salish Territory. In: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas. School of Advanced Study, University of London, London, pp. 235-253. ISBN 978-1-908857-08-8

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Gilbert, Helen and Gleghorn, Charlotte (2014) Introduction: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas. In: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas. School of Advanced Study, University of London, London, pp. 1-18. ISBN 978-1-908857-08-8

Gonzales, Michael J. (2014) Modernity and the indigenous in centennial celebrations of independence in Mexico City, 1910 and 1921. In: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas. School of Advanced Study, University of London, London, pp. 37-54. ISBN 978-1-908857-08-8

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Huarcaya, Sergio Miguel (2014) Performing and disputing indigeneity in the Fiesta del Coraza in Otavalo, Ecuador. In: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas. School of Advanced Study, University of London, London, pp. 185-203. ISBN 978-1-908857-08-8

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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

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Nolan, Yvette (2014) What we talk about when we talk about Indian. In: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas. School of Advanced Study, London, pp. 223-234. ISBN 978-1-908857-08-8

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Oviedo, Ximena Córdova (2014) Indigeneity in the Oruro Carnival: official memory, Bolivian identity and the politics of recognition. In: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas. School of Advanced Study, University of London, London, pp. 57-75. ISBN 978-1-908857-08-8

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Raheja, Michelle H. (2014) ‘Will making movies do the sheep any good?’ The afterlife of Native American images. In: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas. School of Advanced Study, University of London, London, pp. 19-36. ISBN 978-1-908857-08-8

Roth-Seneff, Andrew (2014) Spectacle and discourse of decommoditisation in the construction of subaltern public spheres: the P’urhépecha New Year and P’urhéecherio. In: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas. School of Advanced Study, University of London, London, pp. 167-183. ISBN 978-1-908857-08-8

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Stolte, Sarah Anne (2014) Performance, gestures and poses in postcards of Ho-Chunk in Wisconsin Dells. In: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas. School of Advanced Study, University of London, London, pp. 113-129. ISBN 978-1-908857-08-8

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Villarreal, Gabriela Zamorano (2014) Crafting contemporary indigeneity through audiovisual media in Bolivia. In: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas. School of Advanced Study, University of London, London, pp. 77-95. ISBN 978-1-908857-08-8

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Zittlau, Andrea (2014) Nora Naranjo-Morse’s ‘Always Becoming’: enacting indigenous identity on a museum stage. In: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas. School of Advanced Study, University of London, London, pp. 97-111. ISBN 978-1-908857-08-8

This list was generated on Thu Jul 20 20:54:56 2017 BST.