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In recent years the use and significance of drawing as a research meth-od for recording ethnographic information has undergone renewed analysis by anthropologists. Their interests have ranged from a focus on the epistemological status of the line to the dialogical dimension of drawing as social practice. While art historians have celebrated Covarrubias's work in terms of his "drawing a cosmopolitan line" and archaeologists have acknowledged the importance of his Olmec draw-ings to Meso-Americandoi:10.22201/iie.18703062e.2019.mono1.2706 fatcat:keto7wgg4fbuhha4xbkfwhfwxu