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A vivid ethnography of a group of students training to become schoolteachers in Bolivia and the challenges they face as they try to maintain their indigenous identity.
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Aurolyn Luykx teaches in the Linguistic and in the Pedagogy departments at the Universidad Mayor de San Simon (UMSS), Cochabamba, Bolivia.Review:
“The Citizen Factory is a testimony to the organic character of all ethnographic interpretation...This study of a Bolivian Normal School will challenge comparative politics and comparative education scholars to rethink their studies of political socialization. Moreover, fellow anthropologists will be drawn to [the author’s] theoretical model for studying ideological hegemony and identity construction. In short, Luykx has produced an ‘educational ethnography’ that extends the genre itself.” ― Douglas Foley, from the Foreword
“The ethnographic descriptions are rich, and well embedded in history and in the broader social context. The author has done a very thorough study. The book shows the links between the larger social structure and day-to-day life. In fact, it shows the work people do to create (and sometimes contest) the larger social structure―in this case, gender, ethnic, and class identities.” ― Kathryn M. Anderson-Levitt, University of Michigan, Dearborn
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