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Life & Death Reporting the Mexican Drug Wars

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This article seeks to answer two questions. The first: How do the Uitoto, Muinane, Andoke and Nonuya, who call themselves the People of the Center, construct cultural differences between themselves and the FARC and the army, which are present in their territory? Second, what cultural resources do they use to position themselves as differentiated, unarmed subjects? The distinctions between the protagonists of the war and the populations of the middle Caquetá River are built on opposing notions between the animal and the human, being guerrilla and army classified as «animals of the bush» and the People of the center conceived of themselves as true humanity. The author insists on naming this cultural classification that «animalizes in order to differentiate» as the politics of distinction.

ECHEVERRI, J. Á. (1997). The people of the center of the world. A study in culture, history, and orality in the Colombia Amazon (Unpublished doctoral dissertation), Faculty and Political and Social Science of the New School for Social Research, New York.

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