Dr. Perramond is an assistant professor of Southwest studies and environmental science at Colorado College, Colorado Springs, Colorado 80903.
THE RISE, FALL, AND RECONFIGURATION OF THE MEXICAN EJIDO*
Article first published online: 21 APR 2010
2008 American Geographical Society
Volume 98, Issue 3, pages 356–371, July 2008
How to Cite
PERRAMOND, E. P. (2008), THE RISE, FALL, AND RECONFIGURATION OF THE MEXICAN EJIDO. Geographical Review, 98: 356–371. doi: 10.1111/j.1931-0846.2008.tb00306.x
This work was generously funded by an Institute for International Education Fulbright-García Robles Fellowship, a National Security Education Program Fellowship, Stetson University, and a Jackson Fellowship release block from Colorado College. I wish to thank guest editors and the two anonymous reviewers for their helpful guidance and suggestions. For special attention to detail in the revision process, I thank Ann Devoll Perramond.
2. In Mexico, municipios are second-level political divisions. They serve as township administrative structures.
3. Lamentably, few data are available for municipio-level analysis.
4. The practice of condueñazgo is deeply rooted in Mexico, yet it is one of the most misunderstood forms of land tenure. Neither private nor communal, this co-ownership of lands and resources, which is not necessarily based on kinship, represents a midpoint on the landownership continuum that is difficult for most scholars to recognize. See Kourí 2004 for an excellent historiography of condueños in Papantla, Mexico.
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