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GSN MONDAY MAILER OCTOBER 29 2012

Posted by on Monday, October 29, 2012 in News, Uncategorized.

1.       Classic Films on Guatemala from German/ Guatemalan collection. Some rare gems

2.       More on Totonicapan

3.       Not Guatemala, but related good-looking book on Cargos in Highland Mexico

4.       New From F&G from GSN’er Victoria Sanford, 3rd edition of a major volume

5.       Cultural Survival’s Take on Totonicapan Massacre

1.       Classic Films on Guatemala from German/ Guatemalan collection. Some rare gems

PLEASE SEE (admittedly large) PDF ABOVE FOR BOXES FROM FIVE GREAT LOOKING FILMS THAT HAVE BECOME RECENTLY AVAILABLE AGAIN

2.       More on Totonicapan

Estimados amigos y amigas.
Les queremos informar que  el siguiente blog  http://totoinforma.blogspot.mx/  se puede  accesar a informaciòn sobre  Totonicapàn y los  hechos que se desarrollaran antes, durante y después  de la gran marcha  del 23 de octubre. Un abrazo cordial y   desde la comunidades de Totonicapán les agradecemos su apoyo y solidaridad. Seguimos  luchando!!

3.       Not Guatemala, but related good-looking book on Cargos in Highland Mexico

Announcing the publication of the new

book “The Village is Like a Wheel: Rethinking Cargos, Family, and Ethnicity in Highland Mexico” (University of Arizona Press) by Roger Magazine. This manifesto proposes a radical but commonsensical  change to how anthropologists study people whose value systems are not their own. It focuses on rural highland peoples in Mexico, but its larger argument is that anthropologists’ approaches can distract them from what is truly important to the people whose  lives they study. Roger Magazine is a professor of social anthropology at the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. He is the author of Golden and Blue Like My Heart: Masculinity, Youth, and Power Among Soccer Fans in Mexico City, also published by the University of Arizona Press.
http://www.uapress.arizona.edu/Books/bid2385.htm

4.       New From F&G from GSN’er Victoria Sanford, 3rd edition of a major volume

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5.       Cultural Survival’s Take on Totonicapan Massacre

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Community Radio Program Update:
What happened in Totonicapán?

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 Read on…<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=0017eL2vWyd56AXt457cfhCpvd9pDeRbyIhzk52ugUBBCdOGc_JmGlWjM-Unf0qeA2SD6c49xq1Ll8zXq8eDicgP9SeU4fBoa01y2tmuveAftmezt8Ke3hsCRQLJE0dyKWK0eEALzsqgrlm3g_mL3WZKIZW_9XQ0UZ8OA-uTtujRZASio0iQVQw_QZvwaFaMDSncoVJFMb7xqedzosgBEKYxvyRbBkgCqWi-CR6Snpo1GOTgrp7GOTe7uX87CXQJS6onwSTfgNf6g0=>

Community Radio Program Update:
In pictures: 2012 March of Resistance in Guatemala City

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Community Radio Program Update:
Community Radio Stations Focus on Communication for Social Change

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Community Radio Program Update:
Community Radio Station Doble Via Raided by Guatemalan Police

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Thomas A. Offit Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Anthropology
Baylor University
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