El mundo femenino de las tarjetas y las festividades: las mujeres, las familias y el trabajo de parentesco


Micaela Di Leonardo


Di Leonardo, M. (2021). El mundo femenino de las tarjetas y las festividades: las mujeres, las familias y el trabajo de parentesco. Antropologías Del Sur, 8(16), 317-329. https://doi.org/10.25074/rantros.v8i16.2191


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Palabras clave

trabajo de parentesco