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Open borders to a revolution : culture, politics, and migration

Title
Open borders to a revolution : culture, politics, and migration / edited by Jaime Marroquín, Adela Pineda, and Magdalena Mieri.
ISBN
9781935623120 (alk. paper)
1935623125 (alk. paper)
Published
Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2013.
Physical Description
xiii, 275 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Format
Books
Language
English
Added to Catalog
July 29, 2013
Bibliography
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents
Foreword
Revolutionary encounters of the transnational kind: crossborder collaborations, border thinking, and the politics of Mexican nation-state formation / Gilbert Joseph
Acknowledgments
Introduction / Adela Pineda Franco, Magdalena Mieri, and Jaime Marroquin Arredondo
Traveling borders
Interview with John Womack / Adela Pineda Franco and Jaime Marroquin Arredondo
From antagonism to accord: the controversy over the Mexican Revolution in the political culture of the United States / John A. Britton
Mexico's revolutionary art and the United States, 1920-1940: a friendly invasion / Helen Delpar
Brown, black, and blues: Miguel Covarrubias and Carlos Chavez in the United States and Mexico (1923-1953) / Mary Kay Vaughan and Theodore Cohen
Hollywood Villa and the vicissitudes of cross-cultural encounters / Adela Pineda Franco
Fallen utopias: the Mexican Revolution in Katherine Anne Porter's Maria Concepcion and Flowering Judas / Jaime Marroquin Arredondo
Anita Brenner and the Jewish roots of Mexico's post-revolutionary national identity / Rick A. Lopez
Living borders
Mexican Americans and the novel of the Mexican Revolution / Yolanda Padilla
Charting the legacy of the revolution: how the Mexican Revolution transformed El Paso's cultural and urban landscape / David Dorado Romo
On the banks of the future: Ciudad Juarez and El Paso in the Mexican Revolution / Oswaldo Zavala
Reveling in patriotism: celebrating America on the U.S.-Mexico border / Elaine Pena
Pancho Villa's head: the Mexican Revolution in the Chicano theatrical imagination / Alma Martinez Carranza
An open letter from an artist to a Mexican crime cartel boss / Guillermo Gomez-Pena.
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