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Review: Identity, Gender, and Myth: Expressions of Mesoamerican Change and Continuity
Reviewed Works: Weaving Identities: Construction of Dress and Self in a Highland Guatemala Town by Carol Hendrickson; A War of Witches: A Journey into the Underworld of the Contemporary Aztecs by Timothy J. Knab; The Covenants with Earth and Rain: Exchange, Sacrifice, and Revelation in Mixtec Sociality by John Monaghan; La Fiesta de los Tastoanes: Critical Encounters in Mexican Festival Performances by Olga Najera-Ramirez; Mexico's Sierra Tarahumara: A Photohistory of the People of the Edge by W. Dirk Raat, George R. Janecek; People of the Peyote: Huichol Indian History, Religion, and Survival by Stacy B. Schaefer, Peter T. Furst; Nahuat Myth and Social Structure by James F. Taggart
Review by: James F. Hopgood
Latin American Research Review
Vol. 35, No. 2 (2000), pp. 204-215
Published by: The Latin American Studies Association
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/2692140
Page Count: 12
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