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When a Flower Is Reborn : the Life and Times of a Mapuche Feminist (02 Edition)

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A pathbreaking contribution to Latin American testimonial literature, When a Flower Is Reborn is activist Rosa Isolde Reuque Paillalefandrsquo;s chronicle of her leadership within the Mapuche indigenous rights movement in Chile. Part personal reflection and part political autobiography, it is also the story of Reuqueandrsquo;s rediscovery of her own Mapuche identity through her political and human rights activism over the past quarter century. The questions posed to Reuque by her editor and translator, the distinguished historian Florencia Mallon, are included in the text, revealing both a lively exchange between two feminist intellectuals and much about the crafting of the testimonial itself. In addition, several conversations involving Reuqueandrsquo;s family members provide a counterpoint to her story, illustrating the variety of ways identity is created and understood.

A leading activist during the Pinochet dictatorship, Reuqueandmdash;a woman, a Catholic, and a Christian Democratandmdash;often felt like an outsider within the male-dominated, leftist Mapuche movement. This sense of herself as both participant and observer allows for Reuqueandrsquo;s trenchant, yet empathetic, critique of the Mapuche ethnic movement and of the policies regarding indigenous people implemented by Chileandrsquo;s post-authoritarian government. After the 1990 transition to democratic rule, Reuque collaborated with the government in the creation of the Indigenous Development Corporation (CONADI) and the passage of the Indigenous Law of 1993. At the same time, her deepening critiques of sexism in Chilean society in general, and the Mapuche movement in particular, inspired her to found the first Mapuche feminist organization and participate in the 1996 International Womenandrsquo;s Conference in Beijing. Critical of the democratic governmentandrsquo;s inability to effectively address indigenous demands, Reuque reflects on the history of Mapuche activism, including its disarray in the early 1990s and resurgence toward the end of the decade, and relates her hopes for the future.

An important reinvention of the testimonial genre for Latin Americaandrsquo;s post-authoritarian, post-revolutionary era, When a Flower Is Reborn will appeal to those interested in Latin America, race and ethnicity, indigenous peopleandrsquo;s movements, women and gender, and oral history and ethnography.

Synopsis:

Testimonial text by a Mapuche woman, with commentary and other ethnographic interventions by a U.S. historian.

About the Author

Rosa Isolde Reuque Paillalef is a Mapuche feminist and political and human rights activist.

Florencia E. Mallon is Professor of Modern Latin American History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and author of Peasant and Nation: The Making of Postcolonial Mexico and Peru.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix

Editorandrsquo;s Introduction 1

1. Chanco: Family, Land, and Culture 35

2. The Mapuche Movement under Dictatorship, 1973-1989 100

3. The Transition to Democracy 175

4. The Mapuche Movement under Democracy, 1990-1998 223

Conclusion 294

Afterword 327

Glossary 337

Notes 343

Index 363

Product Details

ISBN:
9780822329626
Author:
Reuque, Isolde
Author:
Reuque Paillalef, Rosa Isolde
Author:
Mallon, Florencia E.
Author:
Mallon, Florencia
Author:
Reuque, Isolde
Author:
Rosa Isoldereuque Paillalef
Publisher:
Duke University Press
Location:
Durham
Subject:
General
Subject:
Women
Subject:
History
Subject:
Historical - General
Subject:
Chile
Subject:
Women social reformers
Subject:
Feminists
Subject:
Mapuche Indians.
Subject:
Latin America - South America
Subject:
Mapuche women
Subject:
Chile History Coup d'âetat, 1973.
Subject:
Chile Politics and government 1973-1988.
Subject:
Biography-Women
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Series Volume:
no. <21>, etc.
Publication Date:
20020831
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
36 bandw photos
Pages:
392
Dimensions:
8.88 x 6.13 in

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