Zelia Nuttall e Isabel Ramírez: las distintas formas de practicar y escribir sobre arqueología en el México de inícios del siglo XX

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Zelia Nuttall. Isabel Ramírez Castañeda. Historia de la Antropología. Género. Nacionalismo

Resumo

Este artículo examina las experiencias de Zelia Nuttall e Isabel Ramírez Castañeda en la antropología mexicana y su participación en la Escuela Internacional de Etnología y Arqueología Americana (1910-1914). Basándome en investigaciones de archivo analizo las distintas maneras de participar en antropología en un momento de profesionalización. Este artículo ofrece información institucional, biográfica y social que nos permite conocer mejor las experiencias de las mujeres antropólogas pioneras.

Abstract

Drawing upon archival records, this article examines the experiences of Zelia Nuttall and Isabel Ramírez Castañeda in Mexican archaeology, their relation with the International School of American Ethnology and Archaeology (1910-1914), and their distinct ways to participate in archaeology in a particular moment of professionalization. This article offers institutional, social, and biographical information that broadens our understanding of the experiences of pioneer women anthropologists.

Key words: Zelia Nuttall, Isabel Ramírez Castañeda, History of Anthropology, Gender, Nationalisms.

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Biografia do Autor

Apen Ruiz Martinez, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Historia de l’arqueologia segles XIX i XX, Amèrica Llatina i Estats Units, amb un èmfasi en qüestions de gènere en la pràctica científica, vincles entre arqueologia i nacionalisme.

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2016-04-05

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MARTINEZ, A. R. Zelia Nuttall e Isabel Ramírez: las distintas formas de practicar y escribir sobre arqueología en el México de inícios del siglo XX. Cadernos Pagu, Campinas, SP, n. 27, p. 99–133, 2016. Disponível em: https://periodicos.sbu.unicamp.br/ojs/index.php/cadpagu/article/view/8644761. Acesso em: 7 dez. 2021.