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Class, Ethnicity and Community in Southern Mexico: Oaxaca’s Peasantries

In this fascinating book, Colin Clarke draws together work from a range of disciplinary traditions to produce a monograph on the southern Mexican state of Oaxaca. Known predominantly for its large indigenous population and its tourist industry, Clarke uses the concept of ‘peasantries’ to examine the processes that have shaped one of Mexico’s economically-poorest states.Continue reading “Class, Ethnicity and Community in Southern Mexico: Oaxaca’s Peasantries”