Why We Left
This is an anthology of American Women expats living in Mexico in which I wrote one chapter.
Other Books From - Chapter in book
Women Weavers OnLine: Rural Moroccan Women on the Internet. In Gender and the Digital Economy: Perspectives from the Developing World. Cecelia Ng and Swasti Mitter, Eds. Chapter in book Susan Schaefer Davis
Weaving Cooperatives and the Resistance Movement in Highland Chiapas, Mexico: Pass Well Over the Earth in Artisans and Advocacy in the Global Market: Walking the Heart Path. Jeanne Simonelli, Katherine O’Donnell, and June Nash, editors Chapter in book Christine Eber
Up for Grabs: Assessing the Consequences of Appropriations of Navajo Weavers’ Patterns. In: No Deal! Indigenous Arts and the Politics of Possessions. Tressa Berman, ed. Chapter in book Kathy M′Closkey
Unravelling the Narratives of Nostalgia: Navajo Weavers and Globalization. In Indigenous Women and Work: From Labor to Activism. Carol Williams, ed. Chapter in book Kathy M′Closkey
Three Southwestern Textile Traditions, in Converging Streams: Cross-Cultural Exchange in the Native American and Hispanic Art of the Greater Southwest, edited by Will Wroth and Robin Gavin Chapter in book Ann Lane Hedlund
That We May Serve Beneath Your Hands and Feet: Women Weavers in Highland Chiapas in Crafts in The World Market: The Impact of Global Exchange on Middle American Artisans, edited by June Nash Chapter in book Christine Eber and Brenda Rosenbaum
That they be in the middle, Lord: Women, Weaving, and Cultural Survival in San Pedro ChenalhÃ³ Chapter in book Christine Eber
Recycled Reds: Raveled Insect-Dyed Yarns in Blankets of the American Southwest, in A Red Like No Other: How Cochineal Colored the World, edited by Carmella Padilla and Barbara Anderson Chapter in book Ann Lane Hedlund
Perspectives on Anthropological Collections from the American Southwest (ed.) Chapter in book Ann Lane Hedlund
Other Books By - Norma Schafer and Janet Blaser
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