Can the Subaltern be seen?

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However K’iche elites, the descendants of the Mayans, were saying that neither the nation nor the Indian could move forward without the other. They were becoming wealthier thanks to coffee plantation and imagining the future of Quetzaltenango as composed of both the Indians and the Ladinos. On the other hand the nation that they were living in was at war with indigenous culture...
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On the other hand the nation that they were living in was at war with indigenous culture. The photos of Zanotti raise questions about nationalism and questions of agency, representation and subjectivity. In these photos we can see the emergence of the modern individual, nation and bourgeoisie class in Quetzaltenango...
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