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                        Resurgent Voice in Latin America

       Indigenous Peoples, Political Mobilization, and Religious Change



                                   Third Edition



                    Edited Kevin Hamilton and Barbara Dell

                           Translated by Janice Jenkins




                             Rutgers University Press

                    New Brunswick, New Jersey, and London




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          Part I: Historical Background

Chapter 1: Resurgent Voice: Indians, Politics, and Religion in Latin America

Kevin Hamilton and Barbara Dell

Chapter 2: From Civil Society to Collective Action: The Politics of Religion in Ecuador

Alison Burk

Chapter 3: New Voice in Religion and Politics in Bolivia and Peru

Tom Smith

Chapter 4: Breaking Down Religious Barriers: Indigenous People and Christian Churches in

Paraguay

John L. Riley

Chapter 5: Entangled Histories: The Catholic Church and the Maya, 1940 to the Present


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Sam J. Calder

        Part II: Theory and Religion

Chapter 6: “God was Already Here When Columbus Arrived”: Enculturation Theology and the

Mayan Movement in Guatemala

Gail Freely

Chapter 7:"Knowing Where We Enter": Indigenous theology and the Popular Church in

Oaxaca, Mexico

Kristin Knight

Chapter 8: Maya Catholics in Chiapas, Mexico: Practicing Faith on Their Own Terms

Joan Haw

Chapter 9: The Indigenous Theology Movement in Latin America: Encounters of Memory

Resistance, and Hope at the Crossroads

S. P. Low

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                                        Introduction

       The early Buddhist tradition is sometimes characterized in the popular

imagination of westerners as somber, serious, austere, and pessimistic. With its emphasis

on suffering and rejecting the world for a more solitary life of contemplation and

meditation, it is understandable how people could arrive at such a characterization. But

such a caricature would be incorrect and misleading. The early Buddhist tradition is

sometimes characterized in the popular imagination of westerners as somber, serious,

austere, and pessimistic. With its emphasis on suffering and rejecting the world for a

more solitary life of contemplation and meditation, it is understandable how people could

arrive at such a characterization. But such a caricature would be incorrect and misleading.

The early Buddhist tradition is sometimes characterized in the popular imagination of

westerners as somber, serious, austere, and pessimistic. With its emphasis on suffering

and rejecting the world for a more solitary life of contemplation and meditation, it is

understandable how people could arrive at such a characterization. But such a caricature

would be incorrect and misleading.

       The early Buddhist tradition is sometimes characterized in the popular

imagination of westerners as somber, serious, austere, and pessimistic. With its emphasis

on suffering and rejecting the world for a more solitary life of contemplation and

meditation, it is understandable how people could arrive at such a characterization. But

such a caricature would be incorrect and misleading. The early Buddhist tradition is

sometimes characterized in the popular imagination of westerners as somber, serious,

austere, and pessimistic. With its emphasis on suffering and


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Chapter 1

Resurgent Voice: Indians, Politics, and Religion in Latin America

Kevin Hamilton and Barbara Dell

       The early Buddhist tradition is sometimes characterized in the popular

imagination of westerners as somber, serious, austere, and pessimistic. With its emphasis

on suffering and rejecting the world for a more solitary life of contemplation and

meditation, it is understandable how people could arrive at such a characterization. But

such a caricature would be incorrect and misleading. The early Buddhist tradition is

sometimes characterized in the popular imagination of westerners as somber, serious,

austere, and pessimistic. With its emphasis on suffering and rejecting the world for a

more solitary life of contemplation and meditation, it is understandable how people could

arrive at such a characterization. But such a caricature would be incorrect and misleading.

The early Buddhist tradition is sometimes characterized in the popular imagination of

westerners as somber, serious, austere, and pessimistic. With its emphasis on suffering

and rejecting the world for a more solitary life of contemplation and meditation, it is

understandable how people could arrive at such a characterization. But such a caricature

would be incorrect and misleading.

       The early Buddhist tradition is sometimes characterized in the popular

imagination of westerners as somber, serious, austere, and pessimistic. With its emphasis

on suffering and rejecting the world for a more solitary life of contemplation and

meditation, it is understandable how people could arrive at such a characterization. But



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                 such a caricature would be incorrect and misleading. The early Buddhist tradition is

                 sometimes characterized in the popular imagination.

                           The early Buddhist tradition is sometimes characterized in the popular

                 imagination of westerners as somber, serious, austere, and pessimistic. With its emphasis

                 on suffering and rejecting the world for a more solitary life of contemplation and

                 meditation, it is understandable how people could arrive at such a characterization.
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                           But such a caricature would be incorrect and misleading. The early Buddhist

                 tradition is sometimes characterized in the popular imagination of westerners as somber,

                 serious, austere, and pessimistic. With its emphasis on suffering and rejecting the world

                 for a more solitary life of contemplation and meditation, it is understandable how people

                 could arrive at such a characterization. But such a caricature would be incorrect and

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                           The early Buddhist tradition is sometimes characterized in the popular

                 imagination of westerners as somber, serious, austere, and pessimistic. With its emphasis

                 on suffering and rejecting the world for a more solitary life of contemplation and

                 meditation, it is understandable how people could arrive at such a characterization. But

                 such a caricature would be incorrect and misleading.
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meditation, it is understandable how people could arrive at such a characterization. But

such a caricature would be incorrect and misleading.




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