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The Sorian Tapestry
Susan Tax Freeman
Vol. 60, No. 4, In Memory of Michael Kenny (Oct., 1987), pp. 185-188
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With the metaphor of tapestry as a guide, this article explores structural continuities between villages and capital city in the province in which Michael Kenny did the rural study included in A Spanish tapestry. The city of Soria, Spain's second smallest provincial capital, instructs us about the levels at which urban traditions replicate rural ones and about the model of organization of a small city's political, economic, and festival life in its past and at present. The article is based upon field and historical research in Soria and villages of its hinterland.
Anthropological Quarterly © 1987 The George Washington University Institute for Ethnographic Research