Indigenous peoples populate countries across the globe. In every country, issues of the national identity of the indigenous are important. With the aid of case studies, we can better comprehend the depth of these problems. Focusing on the intellectual history in a case study of Peru, I aim to understand the antagonistic behaviors against indigenous cultures and how the nation state chose to handle their indigenous population over the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
"The Indigenous in Peruvian National Identity,"
Undergraduate Research Journal: Vol. 19, Article 7.
Available at: https://openspaces.unk.edu/undergraduate-research-journal/vol19/iss1/7