• $189.99

Publisher Description

Going far beyond basic historical information, this two-volume work examines the deep roots of Mexican culture and their meaning to modern Mexico.

• Provides novel interpretations into well-established elements of Mexican history, politics, and culture

• Supplies reference material that will appeal both to professors and high school teachers preparing for lectures as well as students conducting research

• Discusses important topics of Mexican culture rarely explored by scholars, such as "gringo," "alebrije," and "sombrero"

• Brings together a genuinely interdisciplinary group of scholars that includes historians, anthropologists, political scientists, and ethnomusicologists, affording readers a breadth of perspectives on Mexican culture and identity

GENRE
History
RELEASED
2015
August 26
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
754
Pages
PUBLISHER
ABC-CLIO
SELLER
ABC-CLIO, LLC
SIZE
18.5
MB

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