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Chiapas Index - Coedition ERA-IIEc/ UNAM

Chiapas 1


Catherine Lambert and Henry Héau Rajchenberg,
1914-1994: Two conventions in the modern history of Mexico

Armando Bartra
Origin and key system Soconusco farmer

Ana Esther Cecena and Andrés Barreda,
Chiapas and its strategic resources

Juan González Esponda and Elizabeth Polito Barrios
Notes for understanding the origin of the Zapatista rebellion


Antonio Garcia de Leon,
The return of Katun (Chiapas: twenty years of the First Indigenous Congress)

Ana Esther Cecena, Jose Zaragoza, Chiapas Team,
Chronology of the conflict, 1 January - 1 December 1994

The challenges of the NDA. Proposals of the collective presidency of the Second Session of the Democratic National Convention

Violeta Núñez Rodríguez, National Student Convention Cover photo: Urban profile

Chiapas 2


Ana Esther Cecena,
Universality of the Zapatista struggle. Some hypotheses

Ruben Jimenez Ricardez,
January War

Enrique Rajchenberg S. and Catherine Héau-Lambert,
History and symbolism in the Zapatista movement

Enrique Semo,
The EZLN and the transition to democracy

Susan Street,
The true word of the Zapatistas in Chiapas

Jose Blanco Gil, Jos?Alberto Rivera and Oliva Lopez
Chiapas: the permanent health emergency


Servicios del Pueblo Mixe, A. C.,
Autonomy: a specific form of exercising the right to self-determination and its scope

Agreements on indigenous rights and culture reached by the delegations of the EZLN and the Federal Government in the first part of the Plenary of the dialogues Antitrust St. Andrew Sacamch'en, February 16, 1996

Francisco Pineda
The low intensity war

Elizabeth Polito and Juan González Esponda,
Chronology. Twenty years of conflict in the field: 1974-1993
Cover photo: Urban profile

Chiapas 3


Bolívar Echeverría,
The political and policy

Margara Millan
The Zapatistas end of millennium. Policies toward self-representation of indigenous women

Carlos Monsivais,
Culture and democratic transition

John Holloway,
The resonance of the Zapatista

Ruben Jimenez Ricardez,
The reasons for the uprising

Special Forum for the Reform of state

First Intercontinental Encounter for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism

* Inaugural address of the Major Ana Maria
* Closing of Subcomandante Marcos


Héau Catherine Lambert,
About Chiapas, land rich, the poor, Thomas Benjamin

Juan Gelman,
"Nothing to do with guns." Exclusive interview with Subcomandante Marcos


Armando Bartra
History of other Chiapas: the Mesino of The Scorpion

Cover photo: Urban profile

Chiapas 4


Ramon Vera
The infinite becoming of the new

Ana Esther Cecena,
Neoliberalism and insubordination

Sofia Rojo Arias,
The three keys that open the three chains: the political values

Luis Hernandez Navarro
Between memory and forgetting: guerrillas, the indigenous movement and legal reforms at the time of the EZLN

María Cristina Renard,
Peasant movements and political organizations: Simojovel-Huitiupan (1974-1990)

Interview with Adelina Ana Esther Cecena Bottero, Luciano Salza, Friederike Habermann, Marc Tomsin, Massimo de Angelis and Ulrich Brand,
How Europe sees the Zapatistas?

Interview with Ana Esther Cecena Monjardin Adriana Lopez, Carlos Manzo and Julio Moguel
Civil society and the EZLN

Armando Bartra
Chiapas, Aleph


Madjiguène Ciss?/strong>
The Paperless

Landless Workers Movement,

The struggle for agrarian reform: the challenges for the new millennium

Guatemala: Agreement on Identity and Rights of Indigenous Peoples

Comparative balance between the constitutional reforms proposed by the Cocopa and the comments of the Executive

Margara Millan Chiapas and indigenous women. Their diversity and resilience Cover photo: Yuriria Pantoja Millán 1997

Chiapas 5


John Holloway,
The revolt of dignity

Alain Joxe,
Seven characteristics of American guerrillas

Patricio Nolasco
Political change, status and power: an approach to the Zapatista position

Ramon Vera
The night sky: the formation of constellations of knowledge

Felipe and Dalia, representatives of the EZLN,
Presentations at the Second Intercontinental Encounter for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism

Luis Hernandez Navarro
Indigenous autonomy as an ideal. Letters to The Zapatista rebellion and autonomy, by Hector Diaz Polanco


Subcomandante Marcos,
Seven component parts of the global puzzle (Neoliberalism as puzzles: the useless world unity which fragments and destroys nations)

Ernesto Che Guevara: thirty years

Ernesto Che Guevara:

* Message to the Tricontinental
* Letter to Fidel

Editorial Committee
Ruy Mauro Marini, essential reference point for Latin American history

Ruy Mauro Marini,
The concept of productive work. Methodological Note

Javier Elorriaga Berdegue
Chronicle of a disgrace

Cover photo: Yuriria Pantoja Millán

Chiapas 6


Alejandro Toledo Ocampo
Towards a political economy of biodiversity and community ecology movements

Edur Velasco and Richard Roman,
Migration, labor markets and poverty in the north American

Rodolfo Uribe Iniesta
The questioning of social subjects such as reading of the rebellion in Chiapas

Ramon Vera
Trails take up our way (or how to follow some leads Wixárika)

Francisco Pineda
Empty the sea (the war and the crisis of state)

Ana Esther Cecena,
How to build hope


Armando Bartra, Gustavo Esteva Alfredo Lopez Austin, Adriana Monjardín López, Francisco Pineda, Andres Barreda, Francisco López Barcenas, Dolores González, Sergio Rodriguez, Javier Elorriaga Eugenia Gutierrez Paz Carmona, Ramon Vera, Eugenio Bermejillo,
The San Andrés Accords and the proposed autonomy


Margara Millan
In other words, other worlds: western modernity into question. Reflection from real men. Voices and testimonies Tojolabales Charles Lenkersdorf

Law for Dialogue, Reconciliation and Dignified Peace in Chiapas Cover photo: Urban profile 1999

Chiapas 7


Immanuel Wallerstein,
The ANC and South Africa: Past and Present of the liberation movements in the world system

Adelfo Regino Montes,
Indigenous peoples: Diversity denied

Laura Carlsen,
Indigenous autonomy and customs, the innovation of tradition

Luis Hernandez Navarro
The labyrinth of the misconceptions: San Andreas and the indigenous struggle

Ana Esther Cecena,
The resistance as a space for building the new world

Adriana Lopez Monjardin and Dulce María Rebolledo,
The Zapatista autonomous municipalities

Antonio Paoli
Tzeltal community and socialization

Jorge Cadena Roa,
Collective action and creating alternative

Ana Esther Cecena,
The world of us: Interview with Carlos Lenkersdorf


Armando Bartra
John Kenneth Turner: an uncomfortable witness

Francisco Pineda
Frantz Fanon: The Wretched of the Earth and 68

Psychological warfare in its urban
(report on human rights violations against civilian agencies)

Political Declaration of civil society in their encounter with the EZLN Cover photo by Monica Cane 1999

Chiapas 8


Armando Bartra

Laura Carlsen,
Indigenous women in the social movement

Miguel Angel Garcia
Chimalapa history: a patient and tenacious struggle by a wealthy Indian territory in dispute

Margaret Robertson Sierra,
The house of our culture. The territory of the Nahua of Ayotitlan

Graciela Freyermuth,
And ethnic violence in enticing communal forms of conflict resolution

Ines Castro Apreza,
Remove the water to fish: the low intensity war in Chiapas (1994 - 1998)

Victor Rios Cortazar, Joel Heredia Cuevas and Andrew Andrade Xanatos,
Polho: health besieged

Luis Hernandez Navarro
Four theses on a war no one wants to recognize the name


Subcomandante Marcos,
The Zapatistas and Newton's apple

Ricardo Robles,
Rarámuri legal system: the nature of its ancient legal system, respect and enforcement of justice, resistance and legality

Jerome Rajchenberg,
Ja June ch'inil lo'ili yuj chawuk Jumasa '. A little story Maya

Ana Esther Garcia Torres, Esmeralda Lopez Armenta, Alma Nava Martinez Autonomous Municipality of Polho Cover photo: Xochitl Zepeda 2000

Chiapas 9


Neosaurios Collective,
The rebellion in history

Mary Jaidopulu Vrijea,
Indigenous women as political subjects

Elizabeth Polito Barrios Morfin,
The domestic and foreign capital in Chiapas

Edur Velasco Arregui
Indian question, and nation: the Zapatista rebellion from an Andean perspective

João Pedro Stédile,
Latifundio: Brazilian agrarian sin

Adriana Lopez Monjardin,
The new Zapatistas and the struggle for land

Luis Hernandez Navarro
Zapatistas: The Interaction of Color


Ricardo Robles,
The collective rights of indigenous peoples. Another way to view human rights from community partnerships

Ana Esther Cecena,
"Biopiracy or sustainable development?

First Encounter of Latin American Social Movements also

Final Declaration of the Second American Encounter for Humanity and Against Neoliberalism

Ornelas Raul Bernal,
A world we spy. The scandal ECHELON


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