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Título: Beyond the "desert". Indigenous genocide as a structuring event in Northern Patagonia
Autor(es): Pérez, Pilar
Delrio, Walter
Fecha de publicación: 2020
Editorial: New Mexico
Citación: Delrio Walter and Perez Pilar (2020) Beyond the desert. Indigenous Genocide as a structuring event in northern Patagonia. En Larson (ed) The Conquest of the desert. New Mexico Editorial (pp. 122-145)
Resumen: This chapter deals with state policies, government mechanisms, and various social agencies involved in the process of state consolidation and the subjugation and incorporation of indigenous people in northern Patagonia. The period focuses on the military occupation known as the “Conquest of the Desert”—1878 to 1885—as well as its short- and long-term effects once the campaigns ended. The aim of this work is to balance the conceptual scope and limits of analyzing this complex process in terms of war, assimilation, or genocide. At the same time, it seeks to contribute to historical knowledge about the social structure of the National Territories, Patagonia and Chaco, which were incorporated with subaltern status within the national territory from 1884 to the 1950s. Thus, a second part of the chapter will attempt to periodize indigenous genocide, bearing in mind the different steps that led to genocide as well as the outcome of this event. Finally, we will acknowledge the particularities of the Argentine experience in the construction of subalternity within the state-nation-territory matrix.
ISBN: 978-0-8263-6206-3
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