Desestabilizando la Geografía Indígena


  • Manuel Prieto Universidad de Tarapacá, Núcleo Milenio en Turberas Andinas (AndesPeat)


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How to Cite

Prieto, M. (2024). Desestabilizando la Geografía Indígena. ACME: An International Journal for Critical Geographies, 23(1), 46–55. Retrieved from



Themed Section: Indigenous Geographies in the Making