Fieldwork course in Mexico came to an end

For a fourth time in a row I went with Radboud University to Puebla/Cholula to supervise Dutch Bachelor students on an anthropological fieldwork course. In total 15 students carried out their projects on subjects such as how non-hetero women deal with dominant gender norms, how marriage functions as a rite de passage and how in the village of Chipilo the Veneto-identity is maintained. It was a pleasure collaborating with Tine Davids and living another month among the students in Cholula.