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Anthropology / Latin America

Every Woman Is a World

Every Woman Is a World

Interviews with Women of Chiapas

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Fragmented Lives, Assembled Parts

Fragmented Lives, Assembled Parts

Culture, Capitalism, and Conquest at the U.S.-Mexico Border

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Remembering Victoria

Remembering Victoria

A Tragic Nahuat Love Story

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Maya Calendar Origins

Maya Calendar Origins

Monuments, Mythistory, and the Materialization of Time

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Palaces and Power in the Americas

Palaces and Power in the Americas

From Peru to the Northwest Coast

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The Memory of Bones

The Memory of Bones

Body, Being, and Experience among the Classic Maya

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Water and Ritual

Water and Ritual

The Rise and Fall of Classic Maya Rulers

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Rancheros in Chicagoacán

Rancheros in Chicagoacán

Language and Identity in a Transnational Community

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Seeing and Being Seen

Seeing and Being Seen

The Q'eqchi' Maya of Livingston, Guatemala, and Beyond

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Remembering the Hacienda

Remembering the Hacienda

Religion, Authority, and Social Change in Highland Ecuador

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Decolonizing the Sodomite

Decolonizing the Sodomite

Queer Tropes of Sexuality in Colonial Andean Culture

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Maya Intellectual Renaissance

Maya Intellectual Renaissance

Identity, Representation, and Leadership

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Thinking with Things

Thinking with Things

Toward a New Vision of Art

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Ancient Cuzco

Ancient Cuzco

Heartland of the Inca

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Mayas in the Marketplace

Mayas in the Marketplace

Tourism, Globalization, and Cultural Identity

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Andean Entrepreneurs

Andean Entrepreneurs

Otavalo Merchants and Musicians in the Global Arena

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Cultural Logics and Global Economies

Cultural Logics and Global Economies

Maya Identity in Thought and Practice

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Remembering the Alamo

Remembering the Alamo

Memory, Modernity, and the Master Symbol

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After Revolution

After Revolution

Mapping Gender and Cultural Politics in Neoliberal Nicaragua

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