Mexicanos en Chicago: Diario de campo de Robert Redfield, 1924-1925

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MEXICANOS EN CHICAGO : DIARIO DE CAMPO DE ROBERT REDFIELD, 1924-1925. / Patricia Arias, Jorge Durand. Guadalajara, Jalisco, México : Universidad de Guadalajara ; Centro Universitario de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades ; Centro Universitario de los Lagos ; San Luis Potosí, México : El Colegio de San Luis ; México, D.F. : Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropología Social ; Miguel Ángel Porrúa, 2008. 238 pages : includes photos, maps, tables, bibliography ; 23 cm. (Colección Migración). ISBN : 9786074010442.
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Robert Redfield is a representative in the history of mexican anthropology due to his work on Tepoztlán, as well as his proposal of a “folk-urban continuum” based on the study of various populations in Yucatán. On this occasion, and thanks to the Special Collections of the University of Chicago Library, Redfield's previous academic career is presented, in which he carried out six-month field work on the Mexican community of Chicago. The authors of this title present and analyze the unpublished material that Redfield left behind, which is a first-hand testimony of the arrival of mexican migrants to Chicago in 1920.

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