Table of contents for Rights in rebellion : indigenous struggle and human rights in Chiapas / Shannon Speed.

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Contents
List of Figures and Maps
Preface: 		Activist Research in Chiapas	xxx
Acknowledgments	xxx
Acronyms and Abbreviations	xxx
1	Introduction: Human Rights and Chiapas in the Neoliberal Era	1
2	Global Discourses on the Local Terrain: Grounding Human Rights in Chiapas	000
Chapter Three:	"Neither Rights nor Humans": the Vicissitudes of Local Appropriation	000
Chapter Four: 	Dialogisms, or, On Being and Becoming Indigenous in Nicol s Ruiz	000
Chapter Five:	Gendered Intersections: Collective and Individual Rights in Indigenous 
Women's Experience	000
Chapter Six:	Assuming our own Own Defense: Rights, Resistance, and the Law in the 
Red de Defensores Comunitarios 	000
Chapter Seven:	"Improving the Paths of Resistance": the Juntas Buen Gobierno 
and Rights in their Exercise	000
Chapter Eight:	Rights in Rebellion: Rethinking Resistance in the Neoliberal Global Order
	000
Notes	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Mayas -- Mexico -- Chiapas -- Government relations.
Mayas -- Mexico -- Chiapas -- Politics and government.
Mayas -- Mexico -- Chiapas -- Civil rights.
Human rights -- Mexico -- Chiapas.
Government, Resistance to -- Mexico -- Chiapas.
Chiapas (Mexico) -- Politics and government.
Chiapas (Mexico) -- Social conditions.
Chiapas (Mexico) -- Race relations.