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Minas de carbon de piedra del Peru Descripción de la Real Mina, de Santa Barbara, Hua Boletín de Lima 42 (202): 131-4
  • Anonymous
*H6/KE [BOLETIN-] 0253-0015
¿Acaso basta traducirse para entenderse? Un ejemplo de inconsciente de escuela: el Greenwood Dictionary of World History 2102 Trace 61 (): 15-27
  • Olivier Christin
*H6/KUL [TRACE-] 0185-6286
Las “selvas tropicales” del matrimonio heterosexual. Ley natural y leyes de la naturaleza en la teología actual del Vaticano 2102 Trace 61 (): 15-27
  • Éric Fassin
*H6/KUL [TRACE-] 0185-6286
Estructura y evento en la sociología histórica de Andrew D. Abbott y en El arte de la guerra. Ensayo comparativo 2102 Trace 61 (): 28-40
  • Pierre Tripier
*H6/KUL [TRACE-] 0185-6286
La industria de la migración en el sistema migratorio México-Estados Unidos 2102 Trace 61 (): 41-61
  • Rubén Hernández León
*H6/KUL [TRACE-] 0185-6286
La construcción social del sueño americano en la frontera entre México y Estados Unidos. Formación y proyectos migratorios de los estudiantes de enfermería 2102 Trace 61 (): 62-75
  • Patrick Pérez
*H6/KUL [TRACE-] 0185-6286
Herencia familia y migración en el campo mexicano 2102 Trace 61 (): 76-90
  • Patricia Araia
*H6/KUL [TRACE-] 0185-6286
An emergent sovereignty: interruptions and impasses in interactions with public servants 2024 Revista colombiana de antropología 60 (1): 8-24
  • Rihan Yeh
H6/KUL [REVISTA-] 0486-6525
"You get me?": Impasses and bureaucracy, (dis)protection for journalists in Mexico 2024 Revista colombiana de antropología 60 (1): 50-75
  • Viriginia Marisol Escobedo Aguirre
H6/KUL [REVISTA-] 0486-6525
Bureaucratic (de/con) textualizations. Tensions around interactions and documentary practices in Mexico City’s transportation bureaucracy 2024 Revista colombiana de antropología 60 (1): 26-49
  • Alejandra Leal Martínez
  • Arturo Díaz Cruz
H6/KUL [REVISTA-] 0486-6525
(Non-)citizenship: an interrogation at the Mexico-US border 2024 Revista colombiana de antropología 60 (1): 76-102
  • Rihan Yeh
H6/KUL [REVISTA-] 0486-6525
The testimonies of war-wounded people from El Salvador. A local regime of suffering, state standardization, and lie 2024 Revista colombiana de antropología 60 (1): 103-25
  • Adriana Alas López
H6/KUL [REVISTA-] 0486-6525
The power of words: linguistic reflections on Shipibo-Konibo ethnography 2024 Revista colombiana de antropología 60 (1): 127-49
  • Pedro Martín Favaron Peyón
H6/KUL [REVISTA-] 0486-6525
Uses of creativity in the daily life of dancing mothers in Buenos Aires 2024 Revista colombiana de antropología 60 (1): 150-73
  • Juliana Verdenelli
H6/KUL [REVISTA-] 0486-6525
New findings of a fishtail point in the Colombian Caribbean region 2024 Revista colombiana de antropología 60 (1): 175-89
  • María Almeira Navia Gómez
H6/KUL [REVISTA-] 0486-6525
"Those people with little fear of god": the letters of censorship and excommunion (New Spain, 17th century) 2024 Estudios de historia novohispana (70): 5-35
  • Carlos G. Mejía Chávez
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-] 2448-6922
Between parishes, missions and conversion territories. The pastoral visit of Francisco Aguiar y Seijas to Queretaro and Sierra Gorda (1685-1686) 2024 Estudios de historia novohispana (70): 37-67
  • Berenise Bravo Rubio
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-] 2448-6922
"Not only in jacales": ways of living in the Indian communities of Mexico City (1790-1813) 2024 Estudios de historia novohispana (70): 121-51
  • Enriqueta Quiroz
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-] 2448-6922
The complexion of the Indians of New Spain: composition, nature, and racialization in the early modern period (16th-17th centuries) 2024 Estudios de historia novohispana (70): 153-81
  • Julio Vera Castañeda
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-] 2448-6922
"There are two heavens and two hells": José Mariano de Ayala's lies and social criticism, 1757-1785 2024 Estudios de historia novohispana (70): 183-214
  • Julieta Espinoza Bacilio
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-] 2448-6922
The general auditors of war in New Spain. The dynamics of military justice during the twilight of the viceroyalty 2024 Estudios de historia novohispana (70): 215-45
  • Francisco Miguel Martín Blázquez
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-] 2448-6922
The next day. An injunction ruled by Hernán Cortés on the booty of Tenochtitlan 2024 Estudios de historia novohispana (70): 247-63
  • Daniela Pastor Téllez
  • Iván Rivero Hernández
H6/KUL [ESTUDIOS-] 2448-6922
Peace treaties in Banda Oriental: the last attempt to re-group the charrua and the minuano in 1800-1801 2024 Revista Tefros 22 (1): 140-68
  • Andrés Aguirre
  • Lidia Rosa Nacuzzi
1669-726X
Experiences and health practices: Covid-19 and Tuberculosis in two multiethnic communities in Leticia-Amazonas, Colombia 2024 Mundo Amazonico 15 (1): e104802
  • Astrid Carolina Guzmán-Correa
  • Daniel Mateo Pérez-Pinzón
  • Diana Yardleny Gualteros-Lesmes
  • Marta Isabel Murcia-Aranguren
  • Nury Alejandra Rodríguez-Colmenares
  • Santiago Bedoya-Molina
2145-5082
Presentación 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 8-18
  • Antonio Escobar Ohmstede
  • Diana Bonnett Vélez
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Of poor captains and indigenous raids. The trajectory of interethnic conflict in Valdés Peninsula (1779-1810, Chubut province, República Argentina) 2024 Revista Tefros 22 (1): 80-113
  • Silvana Buscaglia
1669-726X
The border as a colonial invention: a reinterpretation of cultural boundaries in a region of the eastern Andes of Colombia 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 183-205
  • Camilo Andrés Colorado Yepes
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Social reproduction in a group of indigenous people of the Jesuit Missions of Guaraníes in the nineteenth century 2024 Revista Tefros 22 (1): 169-99
  • María del Carmen Curbelo Salvo
1669-726X
Sounds of the Border, Down Mexico Way: la conformacion de los imaginarios sobre Tijuana en su resonancia musical de 1930 a 1941 2024 Mexican studies 40 (1): 100-30
  • Alvaro G. Díaz Rodríguez
  • Roberto García Bonilla
*H6/KUL [MEXICAN-] 1533-8320
Documents on the education of the inhabitants of Río Cuarto, Córdoba, Argentina during 1869-1880 2024 Revista Tefros 22 (1): 235-52
  • Costanza Ferreiro
1669-726X
Challenging relationships, fleeting desires. Women of African origin and magical practices in the Port of Campeche, 1639 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 270-88
  • Carlos Roberto Gutiérrez Peraza
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Pre-Columbian confederations of Chile and Arauco with Incas, Collas, Puelches, Pampas and Patagonians, according to chronicles from the 16th and 17th centuries 2024 Revista Tefros 22 (1): 40-79
  • Luis Iván Inostroza Córdova
1669-726X
La población en México y sus estados, 1820–1870 2024 Mexican studies 40 (1): 33-71
  • Alfonso Herranz Loncán
  • Sandra Kuntz Ficker
*H6/KUL [MEXICAN-] 1533-8320
San Carlos Fort (Uco Valley, Mendoza, 1770): a node in the commercial circuits between the indigenous and the hispanic creole 2024 Revista Tefros 22 (1): 114-39
  • Martina Manchado
1669-726X
Conflicts and negotiations on natural resources in the Valles Centrales of Oaxaca, 18th century. The case of Santo Domingo Tomaltepec and Tlalixtac 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 84-115
  • Antonio Escobar Ohmstede
  • Marta Martín Gabaldón
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Escapes, rebellions and cabildos. The response of the indigenous people of Chiquitos to the Bourbon reforms 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 42-62
  • Cecilia Martínez
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
The epidemic of fevers (Typhus) of 1814 in the Tlaxcalan Indian villages of northeastern Nueva España 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 159-81
  • Andrea Alejandra Martínez Coronel
  • José Gustavo González Flores
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Melchor de Salazar: itinerary and social mobility in the Governorships of Popayán and Chocó, 1548-1623 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 289-317
  • Juan David Montoya Guzmán
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
The pueblos de indios of Chiapas during the period of the Intendencia. 1786-1821. Some changes in its political, economic, and religious organization 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 116-37
  • María Dolores Palomo Infante
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Pueblo de Indios of Bucaramanga. Socioeconomic and population conflicts caused by bread traders 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 20-41
  • Luis Rubén Pérez Pinzón
  • Marian Johanna Rugeles Páez
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
“Ngaites are listening”. The sound heritage of the Magütá Ethnographic Museum of Mocagua: an experience from lullabies 2024 Mundo Amazonico 15 (1): e107401
  • Alejandro Prieto-Mendoza
  • Wachiaü̃kü Abel Santos-Angarita
2145-5082
The policy of recognition of the pre-existence of the native communities in San Luis (Argentina) 2024 Revista Tefros 22 (1): 200-34
  • María Celeste Romá
1669-726X
From the winter’s bark branch to the command staff: the appropriation, diversion and political manipulation of a symbol in Spanish-Mapuche diplomacy 2024 Revista Tefros 22 (1): 12-39
  • Florencia Roulet
1669-726X
Former Spanish-Creole captives and mediation roles: the case of the expeditions to Salinas Grandes (1778-1810) 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 242-69
  • Natalia Soledad Salerno
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Two cattle-producing areas “bovine, horse and goat” in the governorate of Santa Marta: Valledupar and Valencia de Jesús, 1740-1810 2024 Fronteras de la Historia 29 (1): 206-41
  • Hugues Sánchez
H6/KUL [FRONTERAS-] 0123-4676
Magütá wawae lullabies 2024 Mundo Amazonico 15 (1): e111906
  • Alejandro Prieto-Mendoza
  • Wachiaü̃kü Abel Santos-Angarita
2145-5082
The invention of a hybrid ethnic art: the case of the visionary shamanic paintings of the Shipibo collective Barin Bababo (Peruvian Amazon) 2024 Mundo Amazonico 15 (1): e104761
  • Doriane Slaghenauffi
2145-5082
Armed conflicts, environment and tourism: relations between post peace agreement and birdwatching tourism in Colombia 2024 Mundo Amazonico 15 (1):
  • Michael Paul Weidemann
2145-5082
Finnegans is the Tolstoy of the Uitoto 2024 Mundo Amazonico 15 (1): e105208
  • Jimmy Weiskopf
2145-5082
‘The enemy lacks no musket, and they are skilled in shooting them’. An introduction to the use and connotations of firearms by Mapuche warriors, between conquest and conquest 2024 Magallania 52 (3): 1-18
  • Cristian Enrique Perucci
H6/KUL [ANALES-] 0718-0209