Monthly Archives: September 2018

World Policy & Transnationalism – Part 2

The second part of our blog continues looking at the migration of Mixtecs and Zapotecs into parts of California and sees how it has changed not only the Indigenous peoples but also the culture of where they have settled and their homeland when they have returned. In part one we ended by mentioning a new […]


World Policy & Transnationalism – Part 1

A big question arises in the question of transnationalism and that is, how has migration affected indigenous cultural and political identities? An example of this was recently studied in how the Indigenous Oaxacans living in California today have managed to maintain their rich cultural heritage and keep exchanging cultural ideas with their old communities back […]