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Tegucigolpe: donde se cruzan los caminos, se unen fronteras y divergen las percepciones

By Adrienne Pine and David Vivar

Abstract

This article examines the capital of Honduras—Tegucigalpa—focusing on its “twin cities” of Comayagüela and Tegucigalpa, examining the relationships between topographic and socioeconomic exclusion, structural and symbolic violence, and the application of neoliberal policies. It explores the city post-hurricane Mitch and post-coup d’État using historical and ethnographic data to shed light on Tegucigalpa, the troubled political center of a corporatizing State

Topics: FNRP • Giorgio Agamben • state of exception • Naomi Klein • disaster capitalism • Merrill Singer • culture of wealth • Mary Douglas • Nancy Scheper-Hughes • invisible genocide • Michael Taussig • usual terror, Political science (General), JA1-92, Political science, J, DOAJ:Political Science, DOAJ:Law and Political Science, International relations, JZ2-6530
Publisher: Universidad de los Andes
Year: 2011
OAI identifier: oai:doaj.org/article:8c22cf24d0544cf08c391249dfeb5873
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