mestizo


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Synonyms for mestizo

a person of mixed racial ancestry (especially mixed European and Native American ancestry)

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To answer this, she posits what it means to be mestizo and surmises that mestizaje extends beyond the biological or ethnic composition of the author to also encompass the hybrid nature of the text itself.
De sus lecturas de Alva y Altamirano, Lund sale con la idea de que todas las estrategias raciales del liberalismo, incluso aquellas que se inclinan a reconocer al indio o al mestizo como actores centrales de la cultura nacional, conducen a la "desindianizacion".
Por otro lado, se han realizado estudios donde se menciona la predisposicion de animales mestizos a desarrollar neoplasias especificas (Bravo et al.
Por otro lado, el 68,9% fueron perros mestizos y 31,1% fueron de raza pura.
The leaders of these initiatives are certain that the traditional authorities are the only ones who can legitimately administer justice in their communities, and that the councils' role would be to strengthen the systems of indigenous justice and collaborate in the necessary dialogue with the white or mestizo system.
Likewise, while chapter three explores the ambivalent construction of mestizaje and spanishness as a gendered process, chapter four provides a first-person perspective of the meaning of classification through the narrative of two mestizo caciques.
Scarlett O'PHELAN GODOY, Mestizos reales en el virreinato del Peru: indios nobles, caciques y capitanes de mita
La autora fue mas alla de la pregunta sobre quien era calificado o se autodeterminaba como mestizo, buscando responder los interrogantes sobre que es un mestizo, cuando se origina un mestizo y como un individuo que experimenta dicha marca identitaria resolvia dejarla, para ocupar un conjunto de atribuciones sociorraciales pertinentes a un sujeto distinto.
As a general term referencing various regional variants of music and dance originating in the Peruvian highlands and now heard throughout Peru, huayno demarcates a long-standing division in the national ethnic imaginary between the predominantly indigenous and mestizo (of mixed indigenous and European ancestry) highlands and the criollo (American of European descent) coastal region.
Su mirada se habia detenido en el unico mestizo que vieron con pasamontanas, es decir, que no miraron (sic).
On the morning of 1 August 1813, according to an account by Chinese mestizo authorities, a crowd of nearly one thousand natives under the command of their gobernadorcillo (head) rallied through the streets of Binondo, a town on the outskirts of the Philippine capital of Manila, and proceeded to attack the Chinese mestizos inside the church.
El proyecto se evidencio por medio de un minifilm con el concepto de ser Mestizo, unas piezas graficas de campana como indumentaria y un kit de adopcion que consto de un peluche con diferentes orejas, diferentes colas y diferentes juguetes y un certificado de adopcion simbolico.
The project s main goal is to contribute towards the Government of Ecuador s efforts to reduce poverty among Afro-Ecuadorian, indigenous and mestizo settlers and dwellers living in the area of influence of the Ibarra-San Lorenzo highway within Ecuador s northern region.