I n d e x
Abercrombie, Thomas, 52, 64, 65,
182, 219, 297n3
abortion, 128–30, 133
Absi, Pascale, 224
achachilas, 52–53, 57, 120–21,
128, 130, 162–64, 286–88, 292;
and the dead, 158–59; and
exchange offerings, 59, 61,
131, 136, 154, 157, 174, 181; as
mountain deities, 111; and rain,
53, 157, 284–85
Agrarian Reform 1953, 35, 41, 43,
85, 90–98, 101, 115
Albó, Xavier, 71, 94, 295n9, 296n10
Allen, Catherine, 61–62, 123, 136,
295n11, 296n8
Ansión, Juan and Eudosio
Sifuentes, 180, 298n9
army: and Aymara soldiers, 78;
and creating citizens, 210, 220,
261; and imagining the nation,
210; and prostitution, 223;
recruits’ experiences of, 221;
and schooling, 210. See also
militarism; military service
Arnold, Denise, 84, 87, 121, 124,
144, 171, 200, 297n19
Athey, Stephanie and Daniel
Cooper Alarcón, 246
Aymara, 1, 2, 211; and the army,
220–22; Aymara New Year,
282–83; and Colla kingdoms,
71; culture, 67, 69; in educa-
tion, 189–90, 196–200, 212; and
gender, 223, 230–32; gram-
mar, 32, 216, 284; identity, 66;
leaders, 7; and migration, 239,
267; monolingual, 5, 47, 99;
nation/nationalists, 47, 67,
164; peasants, 19; radio, 70;
rebellions, 73, 78; speakers of,
38–39, 44, 47–48, 59, 180, 186,
274, 287, 292; surname, 46;
teachers, 187, 202, 205–6, 219;
and Tiwanaku, 70
Barragán, Rossana, 77
beauty queens, 249–51, 266, 268,
269, 272–75. See also Morales,
Evo
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