Sierra de Nadie

Sierra de Nadie Between Yoris and Guarijíos 403 In the agility of her words are nevertheless articulated theoretical and methodological reflections, and solid and well-founded critiques indigenista bureaucracy. Likewise, her reflections are defined by the basic characteristics of Mexican anthropology, its sense of social obligation with the exploited and a critical consciousness towards institutions and authorities that sustain an anachronistic political structure with colonial roots, where racism continues to germinate, as do corruption and impunity. To say so openly and with literary style and grace, and to tie it to a rich Mexican scientific tradition, that of ethnography, constitute valuable achievements that set forth constructive tasks for the millennium that is upon us. Ciudad Universitaria, D.F., November 2003 sIerra de nadIe María Teresa ValdiVia dounce San Bernardo and Its Neighbors The scene is a mountain range in the Mexican northwest, but the reader must not think in terms of a rugged range of verdant peaks, but rather of an arid region of cowboys in Texas-style hats and pointy-toed, high-heel boots, of scattered settlements where hunrdreds of cows, bulls, and goats roam without a care in the world. When I first saw it I had the impression that I was in a http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of the Southwest Southwest Center (Univ of Arizona)

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Between Yoris and Guarijíos 403 In the agility of her words are nevertheless articulated theoretical and methodological reflections, and solid and well-founded critiques indigenista bureaucracy. Likewise, her reflections are defined by the basic characteristics of Mexican anthropology, its sense of social obligation with the exploited and a critical consciousness towards institutions and authorities that sustain an anachronistic political structure with colonial roots, where racism continues to germinate, as do corruption and impunity. To say so openly and with literary style and grace, and to tie it to a rich Mexican scientific tradition, that of ethnography, constitute valuable achievements that set forth constructive tasks for the millennium that is upon us. Ciudad Universitaria, D.F., November 2003 sIerra de nadIe María Teresa ValdiVia dounce San Bernardo and Its Neighbors The scene is a mountain range in the Mexican northwest, but the reader must not think in terms of a rugged range of verdant peaks, but rather of an arid region of cowboys in Texas-style hats and pointy-toed, high-heel boots, of scattered settlements where hunrdreds of cows, bulls, and goats roam without a care in the world. When I first saw it I had the impression that I was in a

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