Domination, Unequal Exchange, and Value Extraction
This chapter discusses how Urarina society has been shaped by long-term entanglement with missionaries, colonial administrators, and traders, as well as with agents of the “singular” Peruvian nation to which the state gave birth. Following centuries of colonial rule, a pattern of skewed development emerged in Peruvian Amazonia that effectively blocked indigenous people like the Urarina from full participation in the Peruvian nation-state.
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