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N o t e s
IntroductIon
1
See Velasco, “Signos y sentidos”; Gorman, Inventing the
People.
2
Malinowski, Argonauts, 25.
3
Burke, “An Appeal from the New to the Old Whigs,” 84;
Gorman, Inventing the People; Hardt and Negri, Empire, xiv,
79; Laclau, On Populist Reason; Rancire, Disagreement; Dus-
sel, Twenty Theses on Politics, 73.
4
Cf. Latour, We Were Never Modern.
5
Cf. Smith, Livelihood and Resistance; Mallon, Peasant and Na-
tion; Thurner, From Two Republics; Nugent, Modernity at the
Edge of Empire; Gould, To Die in This Way; Grandin, Blood of
Guatemala; Wade, Blackness and Race Mixture; Appelbaum,
Muddied Waters; Appelbaum, Macpherson, and Roseblatt,
Race and Nation; and Larson, Trials of Nation Making.
6
Cf. Alonso, Thread of Blood; Rubin, Decentering the Regime;
Nugent, Spent Cartridges; Joseph and Nugent, Everyday Forms
of State Formation; Beezley, Martin, and French, Rituals of
Rule; Becker, Setting the Virgin on Fire; Vaughan, Cultural
Politics; Bantjes, As If Jesus Walked on Earth; Kour’, A Pueblo
Divided; Purnell, Popular Movements; and Lomnitz Adler,
Exits and Deep Mexico.
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