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PEREYRA CHAVEZ, Nelson. AYACUCHO PEASANTS AND THE PACIFIC WAR: REFLECTIONS FROM (Y ON) THE SUBALTERN STUDIES THEORY. Diálogo Andino [online]. 2015, n.48, pp.31-40. ISSN 0719-2681. http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0719-26812015000300004.
The theory of Subaltern Studies appears as the more appropriate for the study of the political experiences of peasants, although many of his statements are not novel in the historiography of the Andean Countries. This article studies the involvement of Ayacucho peasants (in the south-central highlands of Peru) in the Pacific War in the 19th century, taking into account two variables: judicial recurrence and memory. From that theoretical reference, it proposes that such participation condensed interests, expectations, speechs and representations of preceding stages, which were relationed with the conexion between peasants and Republican State, following claims for possession of land.
Palabras clave : Peasants; the Pacific War; Subaltern Studies; landowner; Rural Society.