Trace joins Journals

Trace is a journal devoted to studies of Mexico and Central America. The journal is published twice yearly by the CEMCA. The journal publishes international contributions, preferably in Spanish. The themes developed deal with the humanities and social sciences, and tackle specialist areas in fields as diverse as archaeology, demography, ethnology, sociology, ethno-linguistics, geography, history, political sciences and anthropology.
Trace electronic edition assumes an open-access policy. Four issues are currently available in full-text: Reacomodos religiosos (neo)indígenas (54/2008), Educación superior ante los pueblos indígenas (53/2008), Mercados Financieros Rurales (52/2007) and Comercio y Políticas Públicas (51/2007).