Every Woman is a World: Interviews with Women of Chiapas is a collection of interviews with 28 Indigenous women from Chiapas, Mexico. The authors set out to interview elder women of Chiapas between the ages of 60 and 108. The result is an informative and moving look at the life experiences of these Indigenous women that included urban ladinas of European descent; mixed race, low-income mestizas; and Indigenous Maya from the highlands and Lacandon rainforest. The women represent a wealth of traditional knowledge as well as cultural history of their communities. The women were photographed and these images appear in this important work. Their accounts shed light on the Mexican Revolution, the 1918 Spanish influenza epidemic, and the Zapatista uprising. The women discuss education, marriage, violence, religion, language, employment, and relationships. They include Guadalupe Vßsquez, Teresa DomÝnguez Carrascosa, MarÝa del Carmen G¾mez G¾mez, Juliana L¾pez PÚrez, Beatriz Mijangos Zenteno, Juana Koh, Merle Greene Robertson, MarÝa Patishtßn Likanchit¾n, Carlota Zepeda Gallegos, Luvia Amalia Burguete Sßnchez, Minerva Penagos GutiÚrrez, Ana MarÝa Refugio Pineda G¾mez, Koh MartÝnez, Dolores Rovelo Arg³elles, Francisca G¾mez L¾pez, Manuela Ramirez G¾mez, Natividad Elvira Pineda G¾mez, Sebastiana PÚrez Espinoza, Dilery Penagos GutiÚrrez, Micaela DÝaz DÝaz, Maruca Navarro viuda de Alfonso, MarÝa Meza Gir¾n, Dolores Maceiras viuda de Sußrez, Victoria Aguilar Hernßndez, Koh MarÝa, Herminia Haro Haro, Pascuala PÚrez G¾mez and Rosa L¾pez. The book contains maps of the region and a bibliography. Unfortunately there is no index. Nevertheless this is an important resource about Indigenous Elders from Mexico.