Unspeakable Violence [electronic resource] : Remapping U.S. and Mexican National Imaginaries
- Durham : Duke University Press, 2011.
- Latin America otherwise : languages, empires, nations
Latin America otherwise : languages, empires, nations
1 online resource (395 p.)
- Violence -- History -- 19th century -- Mexican-American Border Region.
Violence -- History -- 20th century -- Mexican-American Border Region.
Nationalism -- Ethnic identity -- United States.
Nationalism -- Mexico.
- Electronic books.
- Unspeakable Violence argues that racialized and gendered violence in the U.S. Mexico borderlands from the mid-nineteenth century through the early twentieth was fundamental to U.S., Mexican, and Chicano/a nationalisms.
- Contents; About the Series; A Note on Terminology; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Part One; 1. A Woman with No Names and Many Names: Lynching, Gender, Violence, and Subjectivity; 2. Webs of Violence: The Camp Grant Indian Massacre,Nation, and Genocidal Alliances; 3. Spaces of Death: Border (Anthropological) Subjects and the Problem of Racialized and Gendered Violence in Jovita González's Archive; Part Two; Introduction to Part Two; 4. Transnational Histories of Violence during the Yaqui Indian Wars in the Arizona-Sonora Borderlands: The Historiography
5. Stripping the Body of Flesh and Memory: Toward a Theory of Yaqui SubjectivityPostscript: On Impunidad: National Renewals of Violence in Greater Mexico and the Americas; Notes; Bibliography; Index
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- Guidotti-Hernâandez, Nicole Marie. Author
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- 10.1515/9780822394495 doi
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