Frans J. Schryer, University of Guelph

Professor Emeritus Guelph, Ontario fschryer@uoguelph.ca Office: (519) 824-4120 ext. 52505

Bio/Research

Frans Schryer has published two books on the history and anthropology of the Huasteca region of Mexico, and two books dealing with postwar Dutch immigrants in Ontario. He is currently engaged in a long-terms research project in the state of Guerrero, Mexico and published "They Never Come Back: A...

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Bio/Research

Frans Schryer has published two books on the history and anthropology of the Huasteca region of Mexico, and two books dealing with postwar Dutch immigrants in Ontario. He is currently engaged in a long-terms research project in the state of Guerrero, Mexico and published "They Never Come Back: A Story of Undocumented Workers" with Cornell University Press in 2014.

Research Interests: Ethnohistory; Class and ethnicity in Mexico; Dutch farm immigrants; The impact of globalization on indigenous peoples of Mexico (particularly the Alto Balsas Nahuas); Transnationalism.


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