Tzotzil and Tzeltal of Pantelhó



ETHNONYMS: Catarineros, Santa Catarina Pantelhó, Tzotzil and Tzeltal Maya


Bibliography

Benjamin, Thomas (1989). A Rich Land, A Poor People. Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press.

Brown, Pete (1993). "The Creation of Community: Class and Ethnic Struggle in Pantelhó, Chiapas, Mexico." Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Irvine.


Cancian, Frank (1992). The Decline of Community in Zinacantán. Stanford, Calif.: Stanford University Press.


Collier, George (1975). Fields of the Tzotzil. Austin: University of Texas Press.


Eber, Christine (1995). Women and Alcohol in a Highland Maya Town. Austin: University of Texas Press.


Garcia de León, Antonio (1985). Resistencia y utopía. Mexico City: Ediciones Era.


Gutierrez-Holmes, Calixta (1961). Perils of the Soul. New York: Free Press of Glencoe.


MacLeod, Murdo J., and Robert Wasserstrom, eds. (1983). Spaniards and Indians in Southern Mesoamerica. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press.


Marion Singer, Maria Odile (1984). El movimiento campesino en Chiapas, 1983. Mexico City: Centro de Estudios Históricos del Agrarismo en Mexico.


Moscoso Pastrana, Prudencio (1972). Pajarito, el ultimo lider chamula. Tuxtla Gutiérrez: Gobierno del Estado.


Pérez Castro, Ana Bella (1989). Entre montañas y cafetales. Mexico City: Universidad Autonoma de México.


Wasserstrom, Robert (1983). Class and Society in Central Chiapas. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press.

PETE BROWN

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Sep 30, 2018 @ 12:12 pm
Ola! Sorry my Spanish is not good. Did anyone know Marie Odile Marion Singer? She was an anthropologist working in Mexico City at Arturo Monson's office with Instituto Nacional Indiganista when I was in Mexico in 1982. I never knew what happened to her. I see she died June 17, 1999. Was that during a big earthquake in Mexico? Does anyone know anything about her. I traveled with her from Tenosique to Metzabok and also met her again in Mexico City. She was very nice and sad to now find her name again, but that she is no longer with us, yet in the best of places. I also met her son in Mexico City too.

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