"This book shares a series of necessary dialogues between Mexican anthropology and the cultural manifestations of African populations. The ethnographic studies offered here are born from the views of Africanists with roots in Mexico and address a wide range of African themes and geographic spaces that cover from Morocco to South Africa, passing through Tanzania, Benin, Malawi, Burkina Faso and Mali. Some of the approaches link to rural areas, and others examine urban contexts to give the reader a comprehensive view of the myriad trajectories that African societies have followed and are maintaining and developing in the present. The analyzes emphasize a variety of qualitatively oriented methodological perspectives, thereby facilitating a comprehensive entry into the diverse field of ethnographic studies in African settings and the personal experiences and emotions that these arouse."
|Translated title of the contribution||África: new horizons of Mexican ethnography|
|Place of Publication||Mexico City|
|Publisher||El Colegio de Mexico|
|Number of pages||197|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|