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Acknowledgments Part I: Context of Study 1. Maya Culture and Identity Politics 2. Tecpan and Patzún Part II: Global Processes and Pan-Maya Identity Politics 3. Guatemalan Political Economies and the World System 4. The Rise of Pan-Maya Activism 5. Constructing a Pan-Maya Identity in a Postmodern World Part III: Maya Identity as Lived Experience in Tecpan and Patzún 6. Souls, Socialization, and the Kaqchikel Self 7. Hearth, Kin, and Communities 8. Local Forms of Ethnic Resistance 9. Economic Change and Cultural Continuity Part IV: Conclusion 10. Convergent Strategies and Cultural Logics Notes Glossary Bibliography Index