From victims to heroes: peasant counter-rebellion and civil war in Ayacucho, Peru, 1980-2000

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Rozenberg, 2003 - History - 369 pages
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This study offers a detailed account of civil war and social change in late twentieth century Peru. Specifically, it explores and chronicles the genesis and outcomes of armed peasant resistance to Shining Path in the Peruvian department of Ayacucho. This

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Acknowledgements
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Introduction
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List of illustrations
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Mario Antonio Fumerton was educated in social and cultural anthropology at McGill University and at the University of Oxford before embarking on PhD research at the University of Utrecht. He has done fieldwork in Peru and in the Philippines.

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