The Last Fertility Dance (in Central Mexico)?

What will anthropology/ethnography be in the future? One could argue that recording cultural variation will decline as it disappears and William Greider’s book title becomes more of a reality: ‘One World Ready or Not: The Manic Logic of Global Capitalism’. In 1992, I co-authored “Our Vanishing Global Ethnicity: Goodbye to Mexico’s Otomí” (The World and I). That article described the […]

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Aspects of Market and Culinary Variation

Dr Terry Stocker What will we eat in the future? Certain food issues are preeminent as the world’s population increases. The following is a microcosm of some culinary habits and change in Mexico and South Korea. This brief ethnographic account of culinary variation needs a timeline. My first anthropological experience was in Mexico, 1970. And going to Mexico on-and-off for […]

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