February 1990
Estudios Sobre las Culturas Contemporáneas;feb1990, Vol. 3 Issue 8/9, p105
Academic Journal
Oral history plays an important role in conserving ethnic differences. Starting from this proposition, the author records a widespread myth of the Mayan corn zone and analyzes, through it, the interethnic relations which originate in the region, expressing diverse conceptions of the history and future of each group.


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