By Linda Egan, Mary K. Long
The 13 unique essays during this assortment discover the Mexican standpoint from the Nineteen Twenties to the current with a purpose to sign in frequently unheard voices within the advanced cross-border, cross-cultural fact shared by means of the 2 international locations. The participants, all of whom have own event with the demanding situations of bi-cultural and bi-national residing, talk about go back and forth writing, novels, movie, essays, political cartoons, and Mexican sociocultural movements.
In a time of ever-increasing migration of capital and humans, this publication activates its head the standard viewpoint of U.S. monetary and cultural dominance that allows you to deepen knowing of the bi-national dating.
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39. ” 40. â•¯. ” 41. â•¯. â•¯. â•¯. ” 42. By 1921 when the following text was written, Tablada had spent five years studying theosophy and had moved from being “first curious, then interested, and today a believer” [curioso primero, luego interesado y hoy identificado] (Lozano Herrera 14). 43. “Los estudios espiritualistas que en todo el mundo se han intensificado después de esa terrible catástrofe, moral y económica, que se llama la Guerra Mundial, tienen cada vez mayor número de adeptos en Estados Unidos.
However, the intention of this essay is to provide a broader overview and to highlight common themes. The reader who desires more can look to works by Guillermo Sheridan, Mary Long, and Salvador Oropesa (in list of Works Cited) as starting points. â•¯. [and] by the mid-1920s over ninety-five percent of the offerings of Mexico’s theatres were American films” (187). See Delpar (5) for a brief discussion and the article by Aurelio de los Reyes for an extended explanation of this conflict. Mary K. Long 10.
The muralists themselves, in addition to playing a central role in the renovation of Mexican national identity, articulated an even more utopian political vision for the role of the arts through the communist Artists and Sculptors Union and its weekly newspaper El Machete, which strove to create support from intellectuals for working-class issues (Orozco, Autobiografía 110–11). In the United States, in addition to many publicly funded museums and grants for artistic production and study (see Delpar), there were private artistic patrons like the Delphic Society (headquartered in Greece but with a “colony” in New York, 1928–1935) that brought together international artists and humanitarians for cultural evenings in a Manhattan apartment called the Ashram in honor of Mahatma Gandhi.
Mexico Reading the United States by Linda Egan, Mary K. Long