Table of contents for Death, dismemberment, and memory : body politics in Latin America / Lyman L. Johnson, editor.

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Contents
List of Illustrations	000
Lyman [JP1]L. Johnson	Preface		000
Lyman L. Johnson	Chapter One: Why Dead Bodies Talk: An Introduction	000
Ward Stavig	Chapter Two:	Túpac Amaru, the Body Politic, and the Embodiment of Hope: Inca Heritage and Social Justice in the Andes	000
Chiston I. Archer	Chapter Three:	Death's Patriots-Celebration, Denunciation, and Memories of Mexico's Independence Heroes: Miguel Hidalgo, José María Morelos, and Agustín de Iturbide	000
Jeffrey M. Shumway	Chapter Four:	"Sometimes Knowing how to Forget Is also Having a Memory": The Repatriation of Juan Manuel de Rosas and the Healing of Argentina	000
Samuel Brunk	Chapter Five:	The Mortal Remains of Emiliano Zapata	000
Jürgen Buchenau	Chapter Six:	The Arm and Body of the Revolution: Remembering Mexico's Last Caudillo, Alvaro Obregón	000
Lyman L. Johnson	Chapter Seven:	Digging Up Cuauhtémoc	000
Donna Guy	Chapter Eight:		Life and the Commodification of Death in Argentina: Juan and Evita Perón	000
Daryle Williams and Barbara Weinstein	Chapter Nine:	Vargas Morto: The Death and Life of a Brazilian Statesman	000
Paul J. Dosal	Chapter Ten:	San Ernesto de la Higuera: The Resurrection of Che Guevara	000
List of Contributors	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Latin America -- Politics and government.
Political culture -- Latin America.
Body, Human -- Symbolic aspects -- Latin America.
Body, Human -- Political aspects -- Latin America.
Symbolism in politics -- Latin America.
Memory -- Political aspects -- Latin America.
Heroes -- Latin America.
Nationalism -- Latin America.