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Creating Context in Andean Cultures [electronic resource].

Author/Creator:
Howard-Malverde, Rosaleen.
Publication:
New York : Oxford University Press, 1996.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (270 p.)
Series:
Oxford studies in anthropological linguistics Creating context in Andean cultures
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Subjects:
Quechua language -- Discourse analysis -- Andes Region.
Quechua language -- Semantics -- Andes Region.
Culture -- Semiotic models -- Andes Region.
Discourse analysis, Narrative -- Andes Region.
Anthropological linguistics -- Andes Region.
Semantics.
Criticism, Textual.
Local subjects:
Anthropological linguistics. (search)
Criticism, Textual. (search)
Culture. (search)
Discourse analysis, Narrative. (search)
Quechua language. (search)
Semantics. (search)
Sociolinguistics. (search)
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
This collection of papers explores various indigenous Andean languages and cultures in the context of new anthropological thinking about ""texts"" and textuality. The contributors focus on the ways socially subordinated cultural groups construct distinctive historical identities.
Contents:
Contents; Contributors; A Note on Orthography; 1 Introduction: Between Text and Context in the Evocation of Culture; I: Textualising Histories and Identities in Cultural Performances; II: Multiple Media: Ritual, Weaving, and the Making of Meanings; III: Inside the Text: Processes of Textualisation in Written Quechua Discourse; IV: Orality and Literacies as Reflexes of Colonisation and Resistance; Glossary; Bibliography; Index
Notes:
Description based upon print version of record.
Contributor:
Howard-Malverde, Rosaleen. Contributor
Howard-Malverde, Rosaleen Contributor
ISBN:
1-280-52912-1
0-19-535518-0
OCLC:
466424578