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Resource Information

Resource ID TZO005R001
Collection Mayan Languages Collection
Language(s) Tzotzil
Language Community
Title
English Title Ritual Humor in Highland Chiapas
Spanish Title
Country United States
Place New Orleans, Louisiana
Date Created 1973
Description
1. GRANT: "The University of Texas Press" hereby grants to "AILLA" in perpetuity the non-exclusive, non-commercial worldwide rights to publish the Work on the Internet, reproduce, incorporate, and distribute the editorial content of the Work in and/or on any electronic format or media now in existence or hereafter developed, as part of the AILLA digital archive of recordings and texts in and about the indigenous languages of Latin America. The URL is: http://www.ailla.utexas.org/site/welcome.html.

The Work will be available under the Terms and Conditions of Use of Archive Resources of the website (Attachment A). Users will register to access content, and they may search, view, copy, download, and cite the content. The Press grants access at Level 1 of the Graded Access System, that is, it will be freely available to the public (Attachment B).

2. COPYRIGHT NOTICE: "AILLA" agrees to include an appropriate copyright notice for the Work: RITUAL HUMOR IN HIGHLAND CHIAPAS by Victoria Reifler Bricker, Copyright © 1973, Renewed 2001.
Genres Book
To cite this resource Bricker, Victoria (Author), University of Texas Press (Publisher). (1973). "Ritual Humor in Highland Chiapas". Mayan Languages Collection. The Archive of the Indigenous Languages of Latin America: www.ailla.utexas.org. Media: text. Access: public. Resource: TZO005R001.
 
Contributors
Victoria Bricker Depositor
Victoria Bricker Collector
Victoria Bricker Author
University of Texas Press Publisher
 
FilenameTypeLanguage AccessDetails
TZO005R001I001.pdf primary text eng  Level 1 Details
 
 
 
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