«Nadie está aislado de nadie.» Descripciones prescriptivas de los Otros en la Sierra Tarahumara

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The aim of this article is to problematize the notion of isolation that has prescriptively described some of the peoples who have inhabited the Sierra Tarahumara. The article shows how this characterization has served as a premise for governments to impose specific harmful practices on the Rarámuri people from the seventeenth century to the present. Another aim is to produce a general framework for understanding the relations that the Mexican state has established with the Rarámuri as bonds of otherness. Both historical and anthropological perspectives allow for questioning the paradigm of isolation from the point of view of the “Others.”

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Martínez Ramírez, M. I. (2017). «Nadie está aislado de nadie.» Descripciones prescriptivas de los Otros en la Sierra Tarahumara. Estudios de Historia Moderna Contemporanea de Mexico, 53, 38–58. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ehmcm.2016.11.001

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