Oaxaca


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Synonyms for Oaxaca

a city of southeastern Mexico

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Unlike many anthropological studies that seem to select their field sites arbitrarily, Stephen investigated several possible field sites in Oaxaca and chose the community of Teotitlan to explore the themes of gender, class, and ethnicity in Oaxaca.
Within the Operations Center is a dimly lit dispatch center where dispatchers monitor and control the movement of about 300 trains a day traveling anywhere from Lancaster to Oceanside and Ventura to San Bernardino, Oaxaca said.
Up to last year, Cruz divided her time between her activism and her job as coordinator of academic programs in technical high schools in Oaxaca.
These ecosystems differ in species composition from that commonly observed in the larger Oaxaca glen.
The city of Oaxaca (pronounced wa-haka) is one of the most beautiful in Latin America and sucks the breath out of you at 5,000ft above sea level.
In his last dispatch from Oaxaca, Will wrote about a demonstrator named Alejandro Garcia Hernandez, who was killed at the barricades.
Political life in Oaxaca (and by implication, in Mexico more generally) underwent a dramatic cultural transformation between 1750 and 1850, according to Guardino, from a dependence on royal sovereignty to popular sovereignty, from subjecthood to citizenship for (male) individuals, and from colonial rule to republican government based on electoral politics.
Caption(s): Weavings combining the art of both Mira Jokic and artisans from Oaxaca, Mexico, are on exhibit this month at Felissimo Design House.
The sights, sounds, and flavors of a Guerreros home game can only be experienced in Oaxaca.
Clockwise from left: a church at Mitla, an Oaxaca church, an Oaxaca street scene and a view of Monte Alban.
Residents of Oaxaca, a colonial city on Unesco's patrimony of humanity roster, staged an eat-in aimed at blocking McDonald's plan to open a fast-foot outlet on their picturesque main square.
Petroleos Mexicanos, or Pemex, said that the blockade of the refinery in the city of Salina Cruz in the southern state of Oaxaca may affect supplies of gasoline, diesel and liquefied petroleum across Oaxaca as well as in the states of Guerrero and Chiapas.
It leads to Oaxaca, a city of 350,000 where the villagers can buy life's necessities and sell the red pottery for which they are well known.
Then we all went to the computer room, where each student had to find three "interesting and significant" facts about Oaxaca related to a particular topic they chose, for example: population, food, climate, or geography.