Tag: californian literature

El Camino Real and The Missions of the Baja California Peninsula.

About the author: Miguel León-Portilla (1926-2019) was a philosopher, historian, anthropologist and writer born in Mexico City. He was a researcher emeritus at the...

El Boleo: Santa Rosalía, Baja California Sur, 1885-1954: A town that refused to die

About the Author Born in Santa Rosalía, Dr. Juan Manuel Romero Gil is a professor and researcher, graduated from Mexico City’s Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Azcapotzalco....

Uses of cultural heritage in Sudcalifornia

About the book It is an in-depth investigation on the cultural values of Baja California Sur. Through its pages, the authors express their importance, give...

Baja California Peninsula 101

101 Ways to Discover Baja About the author Reyna Jaime Felix is ​​an Art Historian at the University of the Americas in Puebla and an instructor...

The Ink of my Body

Based on a true story, the book takes the reader by the hand and explains that it all comes down to changing your thinking...

Conversations about the history of Los Cabos

Portrait of the Author Jose Manuel Villalpando was born on October 4, 1957 in Mexico City. He studied law at the Escuela Libre de Derecho...

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