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- Indigenous Languages, Politics, and Authority in Latin America;
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Some of the historical chapters deal with how political concepts and discourses were expressed in indigenous languages, while others focus on multilingualism and language hierarchies, where some indigenous languages, or language varieties, acquired a special status as mediums of written communication and as elite languages. The ethnographic chapters show how the deployment of distinct linguistic varieties in social interaction lays bare the workings of social differentiation and social hierarchy.
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Maxwell, Margarita Huayhua. Skip to content. Description Press Kit Author Bio Reviews Awards Description This volume makes a vital and original contribution to a topic that lies at the intersection of the fields of history, anthropology, and linguistics. Reviews "This volume will undoubtedly be an outstanding contribution to the historical and cultural study of indigenous languages in Latin America.
Ambitious in theoretical scope but rigorous and rich in detail, most chapters address issues that have not been properly treated in the literature before and will fill gaps in our knowledge of social history of indigenous languauges, especially in regard to writing.