Document Type

Article

Publication Date

2010

Publication Title

Delaware Review of Latin American Studies

Volume

11

Issue

2

Pages

1-11

Abstract

During the decade of the 1980’s there occurs a preoccupation, presence and notable change in the representation of the indígena in the cultural production of the State of Sonora. This articulation of a modified ethnic discourse is a product of the economic and social changes that impacted the region during this period. Through a detailed examination of three Sonoran writers we observe how this ethnic discourse leads to a reformulation the traditional images of the indígena and reflects the negotiation between local and national interests to determine the meaning of the region, its identity and its place within the nation.

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Original Publication Citation

Gordus, A. M. (2010). Performing the other: Indigenous identity and regional resistance in Sonoran literature of the 1980's. Delaware Review of Latin American Studies, 11(2), 1-11.

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