Essays on Mexican Kinship


NUTINI, Hugo G., Pedro CARRASCO, and James M. TAGGART (eds.). Essays on Mexican Kinship. (Pittsburgh) : University of Pittsburgh Press, (1976). Pp (8),ix-xii,(2),3-256,(4). Figures. Index. 8vo, orange cloth, black lettering to front board and spine. In the Pitt Latin American Series. Contents : 1. Introduction: The Nature and Treatment of Kinship in Mesoamerica (by Hugo G.Nutini). 2. The Study of Social Organization in Traditional Mesoamerica (b y Henry A. Selby). 3. The Joint Family in Ancient Mexico: The Case of Molotla (by Pedro Carrasco). 4. The Barrios of San Andres Cholula (by Mercedes Olivera). 5. Kinship and Territorial Fission in the Cuicatec Highlands (by Eva Hunt). 6. Action Group Recruitment: A Nahuat Case (by James M. Taggart).7. Kinship in the Social Organization of a Nahuat-Speaking community in th e Central Highlands (by Doren L. Slade). 8. Marriage and Family in a Nahuat-Speaking Community (by Timothy D. Murphy). 9. Postmarital Residence in SanBartolome de los Llanos, Chiapas (by Michael Sqalovesh). 10. The Demograph ic Functions of Compadrazgo in Santa Maria Belen Azitzimititlan and Rural Tlaxcala (by Hugo G. Nutini). Spine sunned, name expunged with white-out, else very good. 25.00

Title: Essays on Mexican Kinship

Author Name: NUTINI, Hugo G., Pedro CARRASCO, and James M. TAGGART (eds.) CARRASCO, Pedro TAGGART, James M. Pitt Latin American Series

Categories: 888,

Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh, 1976, ISBN:0822933071:

Seller ID: 102550

Keywords: KINSHIP ANTHROPOLOGY MEXICO INDIANS LATIN AMERICA,