The Metamorphosis of Heads: Textual Struggles, Education, and Land in the Andes

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The book is organised in twelve chapters grouped in three parts. The two chapters in part 1 summarise more than years of contact between diverse textual polities and forms of writing and communication experienced in the Andes; from the transformations brought by the Inca rule in the region, followed by the im- position of literacy linked to Catholicism and the administration of land property by the Spanish crown, to the struggle over land rights during the nation-state building process, and the present liberal policies towards indigenous peoples with their renewed linguistic policies.

These chapters also include explanations of the role of children in the indigenous worldview, and how boys and girls are raised as active and contributing members of their communities around the gendered paradigms of warriors and weavers.

Relevant contributions to the theoretical debate on schools and culture integrated with the discussion of reproduction theories in an Andean context are included in this part of the book. The discussion about the different cultural understandings of the processes of historical memory, becoming a person, personhood, learning processes and childhood are also of relevance, not just for those interested in the Andes.

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Part 3 comprises six chapters devoted to the interpretation of diverse Andean texts. This is perhaps the most ambitious and challenging section of the book and where the coherence of the project is harder to follow. It is, at the same time, an inspiring exercise of both, innovating and building up on existing scholarship on each of the embodied textual practices Arnold and Yapita study sound and voice, Kipus, and weavings , all geared to explain the Andean textual logic in the Andes, and to attempt the enunciation of an Andean textual theory that emerges throughout the book.

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This theory results from a series of interpretive exercises grounded in the deep knowledge and understanding the authors have of the notions of knowledge, person, personhood, territory and relationships with the Other, in the region they study. The political and practical implications of the book are made clear by the authors: the textual past of indigenous cultures has to be deeply studied and understood in or- der to develop intercultural respect for the diverse cultures.

Also, it is crucial to his- toricise the school as an institution, and to understand the meaning that has been attributed to it by the indigenous communities.

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Language diversity and indigenous literacies in the Andes. Part 3 comprises six chapters devoted to the interpretation of diverse Andean texts. This is perhaps the most ambitious and challenging section of the book and where the coherence of the project is harder to follow. It is, at the same time, an inspiring exercise of both, innovating and building up on existing scholarship on each of the embodied textual practices Arnold and Yapita study sound and voice, Kipus, and weavings , all geared to explain the Andean textual logic in the Andes, and to attempt the enunciation of an Andean textual theory that emerges throughout the book.

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This theory results from a series of interpretive exercises grounded in the deep knowledge and understanding the authors have of the notions of knowledge, person, personhood, territory and relationships with the Other, in the region they study. The political and practical implications of the book are made clear by the authors: the textual past of indigenous cultures has to be deeply studied and understood in or- der to develop intercultural respect for the diverse cultures.

Also, it is crucial to his- toricise the school as an institution, and to understand the meaning that has been attributed to it by the indigenous communities. Related Papers. By Jerome Crowder.

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