By Amy Eisenberg,Dr. Amy Eisenberg Ph.D.
In Aymara Indian views on improvement within the Andes, Amy Eisenberg presents a close exploration of the ethnoecological dimensions of the stress among the Aymara, whose monetary, non secular, and social existence are inextricably tied to land and water, and 3 significant demanding situations: the paving of Chile street eleven, the diversion of the Altiplano waters of the Rí o Lauca for irrigation and power-generation, and Chilean nationwide park rules concerning Aymara groups, their average assets, and cultural homes inside Parque Nacional Lauca, the foreign Biosphere Reserve.
Pursuing collaborative examine, Eisenberg played ethnographic interviews with Aymara humans in additional than 16 Andean villages, a few at altitudes of 4,600 meters. Drawing upon botany, agriculture, traditional heritage, actual and cultural geography, historical past, archaeology, and social and environmental effect review, she provides deep, multifaceted insights from the Aymara’ s element of view.
Illustrated with maps and dramatic pictures via John Amato, Aymara Indian views on Development within the Andes offers an account of indigenous views and matters relating to monetary improvement that might be necessary to students and policy-makers within the fields of typical and cultural source maintenance in and past Chile.
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