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Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press. Luz-Garcia, M. (2002). Bajo la montan˜a: women’s stories of la violencia. Foundation for endangered languages manifesto, 155, 141. Marcos, S. (2002). Gender, bodies and cosmos in Mesoamerica. In: K. ), Feminist post-development thought: Rethinking modernity, post-colonialism & representation (pp. 313–329). London: Zed. The Female Body: Practice and Metaphor 41 Marcos, S. (2005). The borders within: The indigenous women’s movement and feminism in Mexico.
Ajq’ij Vilma Poz recounts: ‘‘[Nawalism] wasn’t like it is now y we had to go secretly at night or before dawn so the people didn’t see us’’ (Molesky-Poz, 1999, p. 86). While the ajq’ijab (plural) say that women always practiced costumbres, Molesky-Poz’s study underlines that many more undertake the work now and they do so in the fertile phase of their lives, practicing sustained periods of abstinence (as do the men) in order to train (pp. 192–194). The need to heal society overcomes objections that families once raised to the postponement of women’s reproductive roles.
185–217). Washington, DC: Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection. Leo´n-Portilla, M. (1988). Time and reality in the thought of the Maya. Norman, OK: University of Oklahoma Press. Luz-Garcia, M. (2002). Bajo la montan˜a: women’s stories of la violencia. Foundation for endangered languages manifesto, 155, 141. Marcos, S. (2002). Gender, bodies and cosmos in Mesoamerica. In: K. ), Feminist post-development thought: Rethinking modernity, post-colonialism & representation (pp. 313–329). London: Zed.