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  • Indigenous Peoples, Peasants, and Ethnic Minorities in Bolivia, I, 1970-2005

    Prepared by Aimée Contreras, Ana Cordovil, Lauren Hooten, Monique McDermoth, and Amanda Post Whitehead

    Princeton University Library

    Princeton, NJ 2006

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    Table of Contents of Finding Aid • Introduction • Collection Description • Related Princeton University Latin American Microfilm

    Collections • Guide to Contents • Inventory

    Introduction This collection contains pamphlets, leaflets, serials, small monographs, and posters pertaining to indigenous peoples and other ethnic minorities in Bolivia. The range of subjects addressed by the material is broad, ranging from indigenous rights movements to local handicrafts. Almost all the documents are published in Bolivia by non-governmental organizations, indigenous and rural groups, and the Bolivian government from the years 1970-2005. Collection Description The collection is divided into five subject areas. Within each subject area, materials are grouped according to publishing organization. These publishers appear in alphabetical order, and items from each publisher are also organized alphabetically.

    Section 1: Culture – indigenous arts, literature, history, celebrations, and traditions. Many of the items in this section are intended to record and preserve indigenous stories, legends, knowledge, or artistry. Some announce artistic and/or cultural events or projects. Some unusual items are several pamphlets, most often containing stories, published in indigenous languages.

    Section 2: Development focuses on efforts at economic and social development within indigenous and rural populations. The publications address such subjects as the management of natural resources and socioeconomic development strategies, which often intertwine with issues of identity and culture.

    Section 3: Indigenous Women contains exclusively the publications of the indigenous women’s organization Tijaraipa. These include pamphlets about such subjects as the role of women in local activism and organizing.

    Section 4: Political and Legal Activities and Organizations addresses, in a broad sense, the various routes that can be taken towards legal recognition and political enfranchisement for indigenous groups. Documents in this section introduce a variety of prominent indigenous rights groups and their publications, as well as some elements of Bolivian law that pertain to the legal rights of that country’s indigenous population.

    Section 5: Territory and Homeland contains materials that could be considered a sub-set of the material from the previous section. Because of the history of conquest and forced migration throughout the Americas, the link between indigenous populations and their native territories still holds special importance. This section’s contents address the designation of territorios

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    comunitarios de orígen (TCOs) and other aspects of the rights of indigenous populations in terms of land tenure and stewardship. Related Princeton University Latin American Microfilm Collections Additional material related to the subjects addressed in this collection may be found in the collections listed below. This list is by no means exhaustive. Researchers are encouraged to consult the Guide to the Princeton University Latin American Microfilm Collections, including Supplements I and II, for further resources. • Bolivian Political Parties • Socioeconomic Conditions and Policies in Bolivia • Women and Gender Issues in Bolivia Guide to Contents Culture – Indigenous Arts, Literature, History, Celebrations, and Traditions………………………………………………………………….. pages 4-15 Development……………………………………………………………… pages 15-20 Indigenous Peoples and the Environment…………………………….. pages 21-23 Indigenous Women.……………………………………………………… pages 24-26 Political and Legal Activities and Organizations……………………….pages 27-38 Territory and Homeland.………………………………………………….pages 39-42

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    Inventory

    Note: “Conosur flawpaqman” in Box 009; Posters in Box 010

    Box 001 Culture – Indigenous Arts, Literature, History, Celebrations, and Traditions

    Acción Cultural Loyola (ACLO) (Sucre)

    Imasmarikuna / Adivinanzas. Dario Arciénega Medrano. 1990. (32p) Predicciones climáticas, pronósticos del destino e interpretación de sueños. Adrian Montalvo. 1995. (40p) (Serie: Mi abuelo me contó; no.1) La rebelión de Tomás Katari. [1992] (18p) 1 pamphlet [2002]

    Allyu Yura (Potosí)

    1 poster (s.d.) (#1) “V – Feria Agropecuaria, Artesanal y Cultural” (caption title) 52 x 75 cm

    Anthropos (La Paz)

    200 palabras comunes a siete lenguas. Teofilo Laime Ajacopa. 1999. (34p)

    Antropólogos de Surandino (ASUR) (Sucre) Renacimiento de un arte indígena: los textiles Jalq’a y Tarabuco del Centro Sur de Bolivia. [199-?]. (22p) 1 folder s.d. (10p) 1 pamphlet (s.d.) 1 poster (s.d.)

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    (#2) “arte indígena/ museo y salón de ventas” (caption title) 74 x 52 cm

    Apoyo para el Campesino-Indígena del Oriente Boliviano (APCOB) (Santa Cruz de la Sierra)

    Ayvu renda: mokõia. Augusto Aquino, et. al. 1997. (56p) (Libro de lectura de segundo grado)

    Ayvu yta ñepyrũ kyrĩngue’i kuérype. Augusto Aquino, et. al. 1996. (48p) (Libro de lectura de primer grado)

    Archivo Nacional Audiovisual de los Pueblos Indígenas (La Paz) Filmografía: del plan nacional indígena originario de comunicación audiovisual 1996-2001. [2001]. (125p)

    Central de Pueblos Indígenas del Beni (CPIB) (Trinidad)

    Apellidos indígenas del Beni (apuntes de 1995). Julio Ribera P. 1995 (30p)

    Central Indígena Paikoneka (CIP) (San Javier)

    Así nos contaron nuestros abuelos y nuestras abuelas: cuentos y pinturas de la tradición Chiquitana. Published in cooperation with the Netherlands Development Organisation (SNV). s.d. (6p) 1 poster (2002) (#3) “Concurso Del Sueño a la Realidad 28/IV/02” (caption title) 60 x 40 cm

    Centro Cultural Arusamiri (Oruro)

    Markatpacha (desde el pueblo): reflexiones sobre el proceso cultural e histórico de nuestras comunidades. J. Franklin Hinojosa Choque 1998. (49p)

    Centro de Comunicación y Desarrollo Andino (CENDA) (Cochabamba)

    Añaskitu.

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    No.30(junio 2002) – no.31(septiembre 2002) Una asamblea constituyente de todo, con todos y para todos. 2004. (31p) Conosur ñawpaqman: revista rural bilingüe para la nación Quechua. (housed at the end of the collection)

    Año 6, no.1[32](diciembre 1988-enero/febrero 1989) – Año 8, no.2[42](1991) Año 8, no.4[44](1991) – Año 19, no.99(septiembre/octubre 2002) Año 20, no. 101(febrero 2003) – Año 21, no. 106(marzo 2004) (Supplements included)

    3 calendars (2002-2004) [1] “Conosur Ñawpaqman 2002 19 Años con el movimiento campesino” (calendar title) 90 x 45 cm [2] “Conosur Ñawpaqman 2003/ Defensa y recuperación de la tierra y territorio” (calendar title) 62 x 33 cm [3] “Conosur Ñawpaqman 2004 “El Pueblo, es el Pder Constituyente” (calendar title) 68 x 65 cm 1 poster (2003) (#4) “Areteguasu/ Carnaval Guaraní 2004” (caption title) 63 x 37 cm

    Centro de Ecología y Pueblos Andinos (CEPA) (Oruro)

    La cultura ancestral de orinoca. Tiburcio Bonifacio C. 1996 (35p) (Cuadernos de investigación: no.2) Déjanos vivir: libro del milenio. 2000. (31p) (Cuadernos juveniles: no.3) Memoria e identidades carangas: tradición oral de llanquera y sullka tunka. Ulpián Ricardo López García & René Núñez Mendizábal. 1999. (60p) (Cuadernos de investigación: no.7) Poesía chipaya. Genaro Mamani Felipe. 2000. (32p) (Cuadernos juveniles: no.2) Síntesis histórica de la cultura aimara sus costumbres y tradiciones. Félix Mamani Muñoz. 2001. (Cuadernos de investigación: no.12)

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    El tinku en macha: violencia ritual y violencia represiva – Taller de prática de campo: carrera de antropología. Carolina Arguellez Rodríguez et.al. 1997. (55p) (Cuadernos de investigación: no.5)

    Centro de Estudios Jurídicos e Investigación Social (CEJIS) (Santa Cruz de la Sierra)

    Apiaguaiqui tumpa: conferencia dictada en Colonia Piraí en 1986. Hernando Sanabria Fernandez. 1992. (40p)

    Centro de Estudios Regionales de Tarija (CER-DET) (Tarija)

    Comercializando nuestra artesanía. Blanca Montaño et.al. 2003. (18p) Nuestras manos dan vida a la palma: producción de artesanía de Palma en el Itika Guasu. 2003. (16p) Tembiaporenda: artesanía Guaraní. 2002. (11p) 2 posters (s.d.) (#5) “Los guaraníes tenemos derecho a un territorio” (caption title) 70 x 50 cm (#6) “ Movimientos indígenas y estado en América Latina” (caption title) 42 x 30 cm

    Centro de Formación y Realización Cinematográfica de Bolivia (CEFREC) (La Paz)

    Entre culturas. Published in conjunction with Coordinadora Audiovisual Indígena Originária (CAIB). Año 3, no.3(noviembre 2001) – no.7(julio 2002) Plan nacional indígena originario de comunicación audiovisual. Nila Ruiz Farfán. 2000. (24p)