Adquisiciones de libros de mayo de 2019 para la Biblioteca Carmen Castañeda





Beyond the archive: memory, narrative, and the autobiographical process/ Jens Brockmeier. New York: Oxford University, 2015.

The carbón farming solution: a global  toolkit of perennial crops and regenerative agricultura practices for climate change mitigation and food segurity/  Eric Toensmeier. White River Junction, Vermont: Green Press, 2016.

Capitalism competition conflicto crises/ Anwar Shaikh. New York: Oxford University, 2016.

 Colonialism and postcolonial development: spanish America in comparative perspective/James Mahoney. New York: Cambridge University, 2010.

Deep economy: the wealth of communities and the durable future/ Bill Mckibben. New York: St. Martin´s Griffin, 2007.

Experience and history : phenomenological perspectives on the historical world/ David Carr. New York: University, 2014.

Familias iglesias y estado laico: enfoques antropológicos/Carlos Garma, María del Rosario Ramírez y Ariel Corpus. México: Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, 2018.

El fin del exotismo: ensayos de antropología crítica/ Alba Bensa. Zamora, Michoacán: El Colegio de Michoacán: Secretaria de Cultura, 2016.

Forgetful Remembrance: Social forgetting and vernacular historiography of a rebellion inUlster/ Guy Beiner. New York: Oxford University, 2018.

Geographic thought:  a critical introduction/ Tim Cresswell. Oxford, UK: John Wiley & Sons, 2013.

Handbook of ethnography/ Eds. Paul Atkinson, Amanda Coffey, Sara Delamont…[et al.] London: Sage 2007.

A history of the world in seven cheap things: a guide to capitalism, nature, and the future of the planet/ Raj Patel and Jason W. Moore. . California: University of California, 2017.

Listening to children: children, ethics and social researh/ Priscilla Alderson. Barkingside: Barnardo´s, 1995.

Phases of capitalist development: booms, crises and globalizatios/ Edited by Robert Albritton, Makoto Itoh, Richard Westra anl Alan Zuege. New York: Palgrave, 2001.

Place an introduction/ Tim Cresswell. Malden, MA: John Wiley & Sons, 2015.

Politics, identity, and Mexico´s indigenous rights movements/ Todd A. Eisenstadt. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2011.

The politics of regret: On collective memory and historical Responsibility/ Jeffrey K. Olick.  New York: Routledge, 2007.

Researching children´s perspectives/Edited by Ann  Lewis and Geoff Lindsay.

Researh is ceremony : indigenous research methods/ Shawn Wilson. Canada: Fernwood Pubishing, 2008.

Socialism: what went wrong? An Inquiry  into the theoretical and historical sources of the socialist crisis/ Irwin Silber. London: Pluto press, 1994