This class has shed light on the fact that the two very different countries of India and Mexico have many similarities. From initial colonization, to castes systems, to revolutions, and more, studying India and Mexico in one class has made many connections never before thought possible from two countries on opposite sides of the planet.
“Grinding corn in Tehuatpec” was photographed by C.B. Waite in 1902. In this photograph are 2 adolescent girls and a baby boy. One of the girls is grinding corn on a pedestal while the other is sitting and holding that baby boy, and both of the girls are looking at the camera. The girls are
“Bhundaree Women” was photographed by William Johnson sometime between 1855-1862. This photograph shows 3 Indian women during their daily lives. The two women on the left look younger than the woman on the right. These women have many coconuts with them, in baskets and scattered on the ground. The women are dressed in ragged and