The CRP Field Trip to San Miguel Allende in August 2016 revealed several facets of Mexican urbanism, including social histories that helped to reveal the city’s development. In this article, Professor Hemalata Dandekar describes one such enriching experiences, noting its implications for planning.
Dandekar, Hemalata C.
"Earning a livelihood from one's home: The Castillo Ladies of San Miguel de Allende,"
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Available at: https://digitalcommons.calpoly.edu/focus/vol13/iss1/21
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