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Flexible Production, Households, and Fieldwork: Multisited Zapotec Weavers in the Era of Late Capitalism in Ethnology Volume XXXIX Number 2

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Flexible Production, Households, and Fieldwork: Multisited Zapotec Weavers in the Era of Late Capitalism in Ethnology Volume XXXIX Number 2 - 2000

by W. Warner Wood

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133-148 pages with bibliography. Royal octavo (10" x 6 3/4") bound in original publisher's wrappers. Ethnology Volume XXXIX Number 2 complete issue. First edition. Like other crafters catering to tourists and international ethnic art markets, Zapotec weavers have become more closely tied to international capital and to increasingly flexible and dispersed schemes of production. Some Zapotec families have responded to such flexibility and now maintain several households in the Southwestern United States, U.S./Mexico border towns, and Oaxaca. The study of household petty commodity production thus requires a multisited field methodology for what are today dispersed Zapotec households enmeshed in the transnational production of Zapotec textiles. Condition: Light edge wear with bumped corners, head page ends soiled else very good
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  • Title Flexible Production, Households, and Fieldwork: Multisited Zapotec Weavers in the Era of Late Capitalism in Ethnology Volume XXXIX Number 2
  • Author W. Warner Wood
  • Edition First
  • Condition Used - Very Good
  • Pages 133-148 pages with bibliography
  • Publisher University of Pittsburgh Press, Pittsburgh
  • Date 2000
  • Bookseller's Inventory # AK0028

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