The data for this project were collected by Melanie McComsey (UCSD), Kensy Cooperrider (University of Chicago), and Tyler Marghetis (UCSD) in Juchitán in June 2012 and January 2013. A set of five speech and gesture elicitation tasks were conducted with 16 Zapotec-dominant bilinguals in Juchitán Zapotec and with 16 balanced bilinguals in each of their two languages, Juchitán Zapotec and Spanish. Our paper "Spatial reasoning in bilingual Mexico: Delimiting the influence of language," was presented at CogSci 2014. "Gesture and spatial frames of reference in bilingual Mexico" was presented at CSDL 2014. "Sources of within-population variability in spatial communication and reasoning: Evidence from Juchitán, Mexico " was presented at the Linguistic Society of America Annual Meeting, 2016. Additional publications will be forthcoming in 2016 and beyond.