Formations of the Mayan Diaspora in Guatemala and the US: Land, Migration, and Linguistic Ideologies as the Markers of Diasporic Separation.
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Master of Arts (MA)
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This work examines the phenomenon of diaspora formation among the indigenous Guatemalan population as a major identity marker in the new Guatemalan immigrants in the US. This work provides: definition of diaspora, its historical frames, juxtaposition of the self and the Other, and separation and differentiation of the indigenous languages
Antipov, Daniel, "Formations of the Mayan Diaspora in Guatemala and the US: Land, Migration, and Linguistic Ideologies as the Markers of Diasporic Separation." (2022). CUNY Academic Works.
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