Lynn Stephen
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Zapotec women
L Stephen
Austin: University of Texas, 1991
Transborder Lives: Indigenous Oaxacans in Mexico, California, and Oregon
L Stephen
Duke University Press, 2007
“Awakening to a nightmare” abjectivity and illegality in the lives of undocumented 1.5-generation Latino immigrants in the United States
RG Gonzales, LR Chavez, DA Boehm, CB Brettell, SB Coutin, JX Inda, ...
Current anthropology 53 (3), 000-000, 2012
Zapata lives!: histories and cultural politics in southern Mexico
L Stephen
Univ of California Press, 2002
The transformation of rural Mexico
W Cornelius, D Myhre
Reforming the Ejido Sector. La Jolla: Center for US-Mexican Studies …, 1998
Dissident women: Gender and cultural politics in Chiapas
S Speed, RAH Castillo, LM Stephen
University of Texas Press, 2006
Gender, citizenship, and the politics of identity
L Stephen
Latin American Perspectives 28 (6), 54-69, 2001
Sexualities and genders in Zapotec Oaxaca
L Stephen
Latin American Perspectives 29 (2), 41-59, 2002
We are the Face of Oaxaca: Testimony and Social Movements
L Stephen
Duke University Press, 2013
Culture as a resource: four cases of self-managed indigenous craft production in Latin America
L Stephen
Economic Development and Cultural Change 40 (1), 101-130, 1991
The construction of indigenous suspects: Militarization and the gendered and ethnic dynamics of human rights abuses in Southern Mexico
L Stephen
American Ethnologist 26 (4), 822-842, 1999
Weaving in the fast lane: Class, ethnicity, and gender in Zapotec craft commercialization
L Stephen
Crafts in the world market: The impact of global exchange on Middle American …, 1993
The creation and re-creation of ethnicity: Lessons from the Zapotec and Mixtec of Oaxaca
L Stephen
Latin American Perspectives 23 (2), 17-37, 1996
Engendering Tomb 7 at Monte Alban: Respinning an old yarn [and comments and reply]
SD McCafferty, GG McCafferty, EM Brumfiel, C Coggins, CL Costin, ...
Current Anthropology 35 (2), 143-166, 1994
Women’s weaving cooperatives in Oaxaca: An indigenous response to neoliberalism
L Stephen
Critique of anthropology 25 (3), 253-278, 2005
women's rights are human rights: the merging of feminine and feminist interests among El Salvador's mothers of the disappeared (CO‐MADRES)
L Stephen
American Ethnologist 22 (4), 807-827, 1995
Hear my testimony: Marķa Teresa Tula, human rights activist of El Salvador
L Stephen
South End Press, 1994
Redefined nationalism in building a movement for indigenous autonomy in Southern Mexico
L Stephen
Journal of Latin American Anthropology 3 (1), 72-101, 1997
The zapatista opening: the movement for indigenous autonomy and state discourses on indigenous rights in mexico, 1970− 1996
L Stephen
Journal of Latin American Anthropology 2 (2), 2-41, 1997
Pro-Zapatista and pro-PRI: Resolving the contradictions of Zapatismo in rural Oaxaca
L Stephen
Latin American Research Review 32 (2), 41-70, 1997
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