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Zapotec renaissance: ethnic politics and cultural revivalism in southern Mexico. University of New Mexico Press, 1994. The anthropology of global flows: A critical reading of re and Difference in the Global Cultural Economy'. JMC Heyman, H Campbell. Anthropological Theory 9 (2), 131-148, 2009. Anthropological Quarterly, 233-267, 2008. International Journal of Drug Policy 16 (5), 326-333, 2005.
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Vanderbilt University Press, Vanderbilt University Publications in Anthropology, vol. 50. 1996. Zapotec Renaissance: Ethnic Politics and Cultural Revivalism in Southern Mexico. University of New Mexico Press. Josiah Heyman and Howard Campbell. The anthropology of global flows: A critical reading of Appadurai's ‘Disjuncture and Difference in the Global Cultural Economy,’ Anthropological Theory, vol. 9, no. 2, pp. 131-148, June 2009. Female Drug Smugglers on the . Class, Ethnicity and Community in Southern Mexico.
New York: Oxford University Press A Pueblo Divided: Business, Property, and Community in Papantla, Mexico. Palo Alto, CA: Stanford University Press, 2004.
New York: Oxford University Press. Volume 67 Issue 3 - John S. Conway. Southern African decolonization, the civil war and the post-apartheid turmoil are creating a Southern African diaspora across the Anglo world. Australia has become so popular a destination within this diaspora that Southern Africans now refer to emigration in general as 'packing for Perth'. Thus far, little work has been done on this migratory phenomenon. This article seeks to develop an overview. A Pueblo Divided: Business, Property, and Community in Papantla, Mexico.
The book provides a valuable overview of current problems facing indigenous peoples in their relation with national states in Latin America, from the highlands of Mexico to the jungles of Brazil. The traditional, sometimes centuries old, relations between states and indigenous peoples are now changing and being rediscussed.