Celsa's World: Conversations with a Mexican Peasant Woman available in Paperback
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- Arizona State University, Center for Latin American Studies
A compilation of the oral remembrances of a grandmother, matriarch and life-long resident of a Mexican pueblo in the municipality of Tepoztlán reconstructs the life of Celsa. This ethnography covers topics related to social mores, personal relationships, economics and politics as seen through Celsa's eyes. "This is an excellent text for courses in women's studies, comparative histories and twentieth-century Mexico."--K. Lynn Stoner, Arizona State University.
|Publisher:||Arizona State University, Center for Latin American Studies|
|Product dimensions:||5.38(w) x 8.36(h) x 0.40(d)|