Entre autoridades y autoritarismos: Unas comunidades campesinas de los Andes peruanos frente a la reforma agraria y a la llegada de Sendero Luminoso (1969-1985)

Autori

  • Gabriella Chiaramonti Università di Bologna

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.6092/issn.2036-0967/8872

Parole chiave:

Peruvian Andes, peasant communities, Revolutionary government of the Armed Forces, agrarian reform, Shining Path

Abstract

The article analyses the reactions provoked in some rural communities of the Peruvian Andean departments of Ayacucho and Apurímac by the agrarian reform approved in 1969 by the military government and subsequently by the arrival of Sendero Luminoso. The agrarian reform aroused great expectations, but also new problems, which facilitated the penetration into the communities of the “senderistas”, who were initially considered as those who could complete the process of redistribution of the land and punish the abusive notables. However, the level of violence they had been using ended up provoking the reaction of the communities.

Pubblicato

2019-01-10

Come citare

Chiaramonti, G. (2019). Entre autoridades y autoritarismos: Unas comunidades campesinas de los Andes peruanos frente a la reforma agraria y a la llegada de Sendero Luminoso (1969-1985). Confluenze. Rivista Di Studi Iberoamericani, 10(2), 359-386. https://doi.org/10.6092/issn.2036-0967/8872