Appelbaum, Nancy P.

Muddied Waters : Race, Region, and Local History in Colombia, 1846-1948 - Durham : Duke University Press, 2003. - 1 online resource (319 p.) - eBooks on Demand Latin America Otherwise . - Latin America Otherwise .

CONTENTS; List of Illustrations; Acknowledgments; Introduction Riosucio: Race, Colonization, Region, and Community; PART 1 COUNTRY OF REGIONS 1846-1886; ONE Beauty and the Beast: Antioquia and Cauca; TWO ''Accompanied by Progress'': Cauca Intermediaries and Antioqueño Migration; THREE ''By Consent of the Indígenas'': Riosucio's Indigenous Communities; PART 2 THE WHITE REPUBLIC ,1886-1930; FOUR Regenerating Riosucio: Regeneration and the Transition to Conservative Rule; FIVE Regenerating Conflict: Riosucio's Indígenas in the White Republic SIX Riosucio on the Margins of the ''Model Department''PART 3 REMEMBER IN GRACE, REGION, AND COMMUNITY; SEVEN Remembering Riosucio: Imagining a Mestizo Community; EIGHT Remembering San Lorenzo: Imagining an Indigenous Community; Conclusion Reimagining Region and Nation; Notes; Bibliography; Index

Claims that Colombia's present-day regional and local hierarchies were shaped by 19th and 20th century processes of colonization and that regionalism and race are tied into Colombia's history of violence.

9780822384335 89.95 (NL)

Electronic books.

F2271.9 / A674 2003