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Cover image: Pictured are figurine heads from different sectors of Teopancazco, a multiethnic neighborhood center of the ancient Mesoamerican city of Teotihuacan. In this neighborhood, people from different social statuses, ethnic groups, and occupations interacted and formed a complex corporate group, possibly related by common migration traditions, emblems, ceremonies, relics, and symbolic relations. Competing exclusionary neighborhood centers might have disrupted the corporate organization of the Teotihuacan state. The Dynamics of Change in Multiethnic Societies Special Feature explores how cooperation and tensions between different ethnic groups within societies led to social transformation in the past. See the Introduction to the Special Feature by Linda R. Manzanilla on pages 9174–9175. Image courtesy of Linda R. Manzanilla.

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