Recognizing Heritage (BOK)

Thomas H Guthrie

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In 2006 Congress established the Northern Rio Grande National Heritage Area to recognize the four-hundred-year ai??coexistenceai?? of Spanish and Indian peoples in New Mexico and their place in the United States. National heritage areas enable local communities to partner with the federal government to promote historic preservation cultural conservation and economic development. Recognizing Heritage explores the social political and historical context of this and other public efforts to interpret and preserve Native American and Hispanic heritage in northern New Mexico.

The federal governmenta's recognition of New Mexicoa's cultural distinctiveness contrasts sharply with its earlier efforts to wipe out Indian and Hispanic cultures. Yet even celebrations of cultural difference can reinforce colonial hierarchies. Multiculturalism and colonialism have overlapped in New Mexico since the nineteenth century when Anglo-American colonists began promoting the regiona's unique cultures and exotic images to tourists. Thomas H. Guthrie analyses the relationship between heritage preservation and on-going struggles over land water and identity resulting from American colonization. He uses four sites within the heritage area to illustrate the unintentional colonial effects of multiculturalism: a history and anthropology museum an Indian art market a ai??triculturalai?? commemorative plaza and a mountain village famous for its adobe architecture. Recognizing Heritage critiques the politics of recognition and suggests steps toward a more just multiculturalism that fundamentally challenges colonial inequalities.

Produktfakta

Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Innbundet
Utgitt 2013 Forfatter Thomas H Guthrie
Forlag
BERTRAMS PRINT ON DEMAND
ISBN 9780803246102
Antall sider 336 Dimensjoner 15,2cm x 22,9cm x 2,2cm
Vekt 632 gram Leverandør Bertram Trading Ltd
Emner og form Civil rights & citizenship