Analyzes bilingual intercultural education in Bolivia to show how indigenous-backed proposals to reform the all-Spanish education system to include indigenous languages and knowledges challenged neoliberal models of education and became part of the transfI did compile a guide to the natural world in Guarani, one still used by Guarani writers (Gustafson n.d.). Yet here I take up ... He had a bronzed and weathered face lined by years of hard work under the Chaco sun. ... His hat was also stitched from years of repair, with a string pulled tight under his chin like a cavalryman when he was out on the river fishing. Among the karai in town he substituted his handmade sandals, aquot;like the elders used to wear, aquot; for a store- bought pair with tire soles.
|Title||:||New languages of the state|
|Author||:||Bret Darin Gustafson|
|Publisher||:||Duke University Press Books - 2009-07|