Tierra e identidad en la memoria viva. El caso q'eqchi' de Guatemala

Estrada, Ochoa and Adriana, C. (2004) Tierra e identidad en la memoria viva. El caso q'eqchi' de Guatemala In: V Central American Anthropology Congress, febrero 23-27, 2004, Managua.

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Abstract

Paper presented at the session on "Identity and Power in Guatemala and Chiapas", during the V Central American Anthropology Congress in Managua, from February 23-27, 2004. This paper analyzes some elements and characteristics manifest in some oral accounts of the maya q'eqchi' of Guatemala, to narrate how the q'eqchi'define themselves and the world in which they live. More specifically, it is an attempt to understand how the community perceives the earth and themselves as part of it, through the use of oral narrative.

Document Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Topics:Environment and natural resources > Case studies
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Culture, diversity and human development > Case studies
Knowledge for human development > Case studies
Deposited On:16 Dec 2009 10:31
Corporate Authors:Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM)

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