Antropologia e Historia del Occidente de Mexico: XXIV Mesa Redondo de la Sociedad Mexicano de Antropologia
Publisher: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico (UNAM) and Sociedad Mexicana de Antropologia
Place: Mexico City
4 volumes. 699 pages with diagrams, figures, tables, charts, maps and bibliographies; -1444 pages with maps, charts, tables, figures, graphs and bibliographies; -2094 pages with maps, charts, tables, figures and bibliographies; -2609 pages maps, charts, tables, figures and bibliographies. Octavo (8 3/4" x 56 3/4") bound in original publisher's pictorial wrappers. Limited to 600 copies.
XXVI Mesa Redondo de la Sociedad Mexicano de Antropologia was held at Veracruz University 1-6 August 2004 and was in tribute to Don Antonio Pompa y Pompa. This work covers many different disciplines with multiple contributors. With over 140 articles, this is a major contribution for the advancement of social science and encompass the breath of Mexico.
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