Antropología del norte de México y el suroeste de los Estados Unidos: Entrecruce de caminos y derroteros disciplinarios
Tijuana, B.C. El Colegio Frontera Norte, 2021. 1st Edition. Paperback. 354p., maps, tables, graphics, bibl., indices, wrps. New. Item #77516
"Antropología del Norte de México y el Suroeste de los Estados Unidos" is the product of an extensive dialogue initiated by the Mexican Society of Anthropology (SMA) founded in 1937, made up of prominent anthropologists from various anthropological subdisciplines: archaeology, history, ethnohistory, social anthropology, ethnology, physical anthropology, and linguistics. Among its founders are: Alfonso Caso, Rafael García Granados, Wigberto Jiménez Moreno, Paul Kirchhoff, Miguel Othón de Mendizábal and Daniel Rubín de la Borbolla, among others. Since its foundation, the SMA has promoted meetings under the format of round tables, where the advances of anthropological science in the country have been discussed based on a common theme critically analyzed under the gaze of its various disciplines.