Exploring issues of diversity and cross-cultural interaction and understanding, this book offers new perspectives on borderlands and identities and provides an important case study of people from Latin America. Through ideas of human to land connections and how religion makes change and movement possible, this book offers invaluable insights for researchers across the fields of anthropology, religious and cultural studies.How much money can a worker make in a day? ... Soldiers and border guards also make their rounds hoping to find and roundup the cruceros a border crossers a before they can reach el otro lado. ... His parents, only recently returned to Rio Azul from Canada, where they lived as refugees for thirteen years , were hostinganbsp;...
|Title||:||Maya Identities and the Violence of Place|
|Author||:||Charles Dillard Thompson|
|Publisher||:||Ashgate Pub Limited - 2001-01-01|