Senses of country living in a Basque-speaking village
Kepa Fernández De Larrinoa
Fernández de Larrinoa, a Basque anthropologist who now lives in the village he has studied since the 1970s, provides an exquisitely fine-grained ethnographic account of its socioeconomic evolution over the last 40 years. He demonstrates how multifaceted and unpredictable these developments can be. This is framed by a subtle analysis of the ways in which locals and incomers categorize and interact with one another.