Trabajo, intercambio y la construcción de la historia: una exploración etnográfica de la lógica cultural nahua


  • Catharine Good Eshelman Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia, INAH

Palabras clave:

Etnografía, Cultura nahuas, Trabajo




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Gillian Feeley-Harnik, Grecn Estilles, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, 1992; Maurice Bloch y J Parry, (editores), Moneyand theMorality ofExchange, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1989.

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Marcel Mauss, The Gift: Fornts and Functions of Exchange in Archaic Societies, Norton New York, (1925), 1966; y Marshall Sahlins, Stone Age Econontics, Aldine, Chicago, 1972.

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Ways of Exchange: The Enga Tree of Papua New Guinea, University of Queensland Press, St. Lucia, 1984; Andrew Strathern, The Rope of Moka, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1971; «Gender, Ideology and Money in Mount Hagen», en Man, número 14, pp. 530-548, 1979.

Michael Young, Fighting with Food. Leadership, Valúes and Social Control in a Massim Society, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1971.

Abutu in Kalauna: A Retrospect, en Mankind, vol 15, número 2, pp.184-197, 1985.

Chris A. Gregory, «Gifts to Men and Gifts to God: Gift Exchange and Capital Accumulation in Contemporary Papua», en Man, número 15, pp. 626-652,1980.

Gifts and Commodities, Academic Press, London, 1982. Sobre los Andes: Billie Jean Isbell, To Defend Ourselves: Ecology and Ritual in an Andean Village, University of Texas Press, Austin, 1978.

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RaymondKelly, The Nuer Conquest: The Structureand Development of an Expansionist System, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, 1985; Sharon Hutchinson, The Nuer in Crisis: Coping with Money, War and the State, Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Chicago 1988.

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Gregory, «Gifts to Men and Gifts...»; Gifts and Cotninodities...; Weiner, «Stability in Banana...»; InalienablePossessions...;Bloch and Parry, Moneil and theMorality of...;Parry, «The GIFT, the Indian Gift and...»; Harris, op. cit.; Christopher Healey, «New Guinea Inland Trade: Transformation and Resilience in the Context of Capitalist Penetration», en Mankind, volumen 15, número 2,1985, pp.127-144.




Cómo citar

Good Eshelman, C. (2023). Trabajo, intercambio y la construcción de la historia: una exploración etnográfica de la lógica cultural nahua. Cuicuilco Revista De Ciencias Antropológicas, 1(2), 139–154. Recuperado a partir de