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Simoneta Negrete-Yankelevich, Israel Portillo, Guadalupe Amescua-Villela, and Alejandra Núñez-de la Mora

-regional, Regions & Cohesion se complace en presentar la siguiente entrevista con las doctoras Simoneta Negrete Yankelevich (INECOL), Guadalupe Amescua-Villela (Centro de Estudios de Investigación Gestálticos) y Alejandra Núñez-de la Mora (Universidad Veracruzana

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M. Guadalupe Torres-Jiménez, Rene Murrieta-Galindo, Beatriz Bolívar-Cimé, Astrid Wojtarowski-Leal, and M. Ángeles Piñar-Álvarez

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The abuse of inorganic fertilizers in coffee agroecosystems is a worldwide problem. In central Mexico, organic fertilizers are being introduced as an alternative way to restore soil fertility. The aim of this study was to investigate coffee farmers from central Veracruz's perceptions of bat guano as organic fertilizer. Surveys were conducted with closed and open questions followed by quantitative and qualitative analysis. Eighty-eight percent of the farmers surveyed negatively perceived bat guano. Factors influencing this perception were bats’ physical appearance, their role as disease transmitters, and the difficulties in procuring guano, including the resources needed to extract it, handle it, and transport it safely to their workplaces.

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El abuso de fertilizantes inorgánicos en los agroecosistemas del café es un problema mundial. En el centro de México se comienzan a emplear fertilizantes orgánicos como alternativa para restaurar los suelos. El objetivo de este estudio fue investigar la percepción de los caficultores sobre el empleo del guano de murciélago como fertilizante. Se realizaron encuestas con preguntas abiertas y cerradas que se analizaron cuantitativa y cualtitativamente. El ochenta y ocho por ciento de los cafeticultores encuestados percibieron negativamente al guano de murciélago. Los factores que influyeron en esta percepción fueron: la apariencia física de los murciélagos, su rol como transmisores de enfermedades y las dificultades para adquirir el guano, incluyendo los recursos necesarios para extraerlo, manipularlo y transportarlo de manera segura a sus fincas cafetaleras.

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L'abus d'engrais inorganiques dans les agroécosystèmes de café est un problème mondial. Dans le centre du Mexique, les engrais biologiques commencent à être utilisés pour restaurer les sols. Notre recherche se proposait d'étudier la perception de l'utilisation du guano de chauve-souris comme engrais organique par les caféiculteurs. Des enquêtes semi-structurées (comprenant des questions ouvertes et fermées) ont été menées à partir de méthodes quantitatives et qualitatives. Quatre-vingt-huit pour cent des agriculteurs interrogés perçoivent ce guano de manière négative. Parmi les facteurs qui influencent cette perception se trouvent l'apparence physique des chauves-souris, la transmission de maladies et les difficultés pour acquérir le guano, y compris les ressources nécessaires pour l'extraire, le manipuler et le transporter en toute sécurité vers leurs exploitations.

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Sexual Abuse of Girls in Post-Revolutionary Mexico

Between Legitimation and Punishment

Susana Sosenski

the sexual abuse of minors; this was a problem particularly among the police officers and soldiers who, generally, came from similarly poor backgrounds as did the abused girls. In 1931, for example, the police arrested Guadalupe Rivera (35)—who had

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Frauke Mennes, John P. Hayes, David Kloos, Martha Lagace, Morten Koch Andersen, Somdeep Sen, Matthew Porges, and Sa’ed Atshan

leaves us, laughingly and confusedly, with a little of that “plenitude” Singh has been writing about. Frauke Mennes University of Copenhagen LOS ZETAS INC.: Criminal Corporations, Energy, and Civil War in Mexico . By Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera. Austin

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Eulalia Guzmán and Walt Disney’s Educational Films

A Pedagogical Proposal for “Literacy for the Americas” in Mexico (1942–1944)

María Rosa Gudiño Cejudo

Translator : Stephen Torgoff

visited Mexico in 1943 to evaluate the viability of the project in Spanish. They discussed this with SEP personnel, thanks to Guzmán, who teamed up with the teachers Guadalupe Cejudo, Esther Soni and the rural schools inspector Juan Pina. Both groups

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On the Touch-Event

Theopolitical Encounters

Valentina Napolitano

, Histories, and the Spatialization of State Sovereignty .” Religion and Society: Advances in Research 6 : 90 – 97 . 10.3167/arrs.2015.060107 Norget , Kristin . 2017 . “The Virgin of Guadalupe and Spectacles of Catholic Evangelism in Mexico.” In

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Cross-Generational Abuse

Priests, Parishioners, and the Catholic Church in New Spain

Zeb Tortorici

, twenty-nine years old, who told inquisitors that one morning he had gone to the cloisters of the nearby Apostolic College of Our Lady of Guadalupe to confess his sins with Fray José María García, who listened intently. According to his denunciation, he

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Sanctuary in Countries of Origin

A Transnational Perspective

Alexandra Délano Alonso

for veneration of a saint or virgin, particularly the Virgin of Guadalupe, Mexico's patron saint. It is also used to refer to spaces for protection of animal species. Mexican governments often lean on the narrative of Mexico as a country of “open

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Redemption Contests

Imperial Salvation and the Presence of the Dead

Kyle B. T. Lambelet

dead that faced off against Lady Liberty. After a showdown in which each figure advanced upon and retreated from the other, the calaca emerged victorious. Finally, the defeated Liberty was resurrected as the Virgin of Guadalupe, her outer patinated

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God in All Things?

The Sacramental Logics of Jesuit Material Remains

J. Michelle Molina

Homenaje a Antonio Domínguez Ortiz [Tribute to Antonio Domínguez Ortíz], ed. Juan Luis Castellano and Miguel Luis López-Guadalupe Muñoz , 311 – 326 . Granada : Universidad de Granada . Brading , D. A. 1991 . The First America: The Spanish