International Anthropology Book Fair Begins in Mexico | News

The XXXIII edition of the International Book Fair of Anthropology and History (Filah), began this Thursday in Mexico with a show in memory of the figures of the culture sector of the Aztec country who died in 2022.

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According to the members of the organizing committee of the event, the inauguration went with the expected success, after two previous virtual editions due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The editorial meeting is considered the most important of its kind in the region, and on this occasion it intends to develop some 260 free activities, with Mexico as the guest of honor.

The editorial manager of the Chapultepec Nature and Culture project, Diego Flores Magón, highlighted the already traditional character of this call for letters, which has been held for more than three decades with the participation of speakers and readers interested in humanities studies, linked to anthropology and history.

For his part, the general director of the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH), Diego Prieto, invited readers to participate in the panels, workshops, exhibitions, concerts and editorial presentations that will take place until October 16, and that will also have Chilean intellectuals.

Numerous Mexican publishers will meet at the Filah, highlighting the novelties of the houses of higher studies of the Aztec country, with prolific scientific productions on anthropology and history.