Silvia Rivera CusicanquiSilvia Rivera Cusicanqui (born 1949) is a Bolivian feminist, sociologist, historian, and subaltern theorist. She draws upon anarchist theory as well as Quechua and Aymara cosmologies. She is a former director and longtime member of the ''Taller de Historia Oral Andina'' (Workshop on Andean Oral History). The ''Taller de Historia Oral Andina'' has conducted an ongoing critique of Western epistemologies through writings and activism for close to two decade. She is also an activist who works directly with indigenous movements in Bolivia, such as the Katarista movement and the coca growers movement.
Some of her best known works include ''Oppressed But Not Defeated: Peasant Struggles Among the Aymara and Quechua in Bolivia, 1900–1980'' (Geneva: UNRISD, 1984), ''Ch'ixinakax Utxiwa: A Reflection on the Practices and Discourses of Decolonization'' and ''The politics and ideology of the Colombian peasant movement: the case of ANUC (National Association of Peasant Smallholders''). Provided by Wikipedia
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