Migration and museums.the whirlwind of the ambulat
Francisco Javier Guerrero
Migration:Cities Workshop, Mexico 2017. Mtro. Francisco Javier Guerrero Mendoza is Principal Investigator “C” of the Department of Ethnology and Social Anthropology (DEAS) at the Institute of Anthropology and History. He analyses the transculturation between Mexico and the United States and currently works on the project: Origins and development of national culture under conditions of late capitalism. Phase III. He is a member of the Permanent Seminar of Chicano Studies and Frontiers (SPEChF) DEAS-INAH. He has a Masters in anthropological sciences from the National School of Anthropology and History (ENAH) and a doctorate from the Faculty of Economics of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He is a Professor of the UNAM, ENAH and other institutions of higher education and the author of texts such as functions of religion and magic in the social structure of the Maya, The economy in primitive societies, The elections of 88, National question and urban literature, The im
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