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Index aging, fear of, 193 agricultural imperialism, 46; Mesoamérica resisting, 54–58; reliance on, 59; struggle against, 49 Aguilar, Antonio, 77 Aguilar Camín, Héctor, 169 Alcaraz, Lalo, 32 Alfabetización: Aprendiendo a leer (Literacy: Learning to Read), 18–19, 108 Allá en el Rancho Grande (Out on the Big Ranch), 71, 74–77, 140 Altamirano, Ignacio Manuel, 72–74, 80n7, 230 Álvarez,Tanya, 54 American Dream, 17, 27, 35, 40 Amerika, Mark, 293, 296–98, 304 amnesia, 8, 205; students suffering from, 212; Tlatelolco, memory and, 203; violence, repression and, 216 Amores perros (Love’s a Bitch), 136, 141, 178, 267 Ánima sola, 247–49 Antígona: Las voces que incendian el desierto (Antigone: The Voices That Ignite the Desert), 240–43 Aponte, Salvador, 78 Appadurai, Arjun, 275 Arenal, Luis, 87–88, 89, 92 art: as archived, 205–9; institutionalized forms of, 175–76; as politically engaged, 86; politics, print and, 84; power of, 3; prices of, 100; Rivera, D., politics and, 6; teachers represented in, 108, 118 artivismo (artistic installations for purpose), 249–51 Un asesino solitario (A Lone Assassin), 260–62 assimilation, 111, 116, 118, 119n4 Astucia, el jefe de los Hermanos de la Hoja; o, Los charros contrabandistas de la Rama (Astucia, the Chief of the Brotherhood of the Leaf; or,The Charro Smugglers of La Rama), 73, 143n2, 229–30 Avant-Pop Manifesto, 293 Ayotzinapa, 216 Aztlán, 53–54 Babel, 162 Backyard: El traspatio, 240–41, 246–47 Bacon, David, 38–39 b.a.n.g. lab, 303–5, 310n7 Barbachano Ponce, Miguel, 159 322 index Barrera, Ave, 241, 251–52 Barthes, Roland, 128–29 Bartra, Armando, 59 Bartra, Roger, 136, 151 Las batallas en el desierto (Battles in the Desert), 186, 189–91 Beck, Glenn, 307 Beehive Design Collective, 49, 54–57 belonging, 27 Beltrones, Manlio Fabio, 15 Berman, Sabina, 240–41, 246–47 Bernal, Rafael, 132, 133 La boda de Rosario (Rosario’s Wedding), 70 Bolado, Carlos, 135 Bolaño, Roberto, 264, 265, 269 Bonfil Batalla, Guillermo, 50, 53 Border Industrialization Program, 238 border policing, 306 “Las botas del charro” (“The Boots of the Charro”), 78 Bracho, Ángel, 93, 97, 134 The Broken Spears (León-Portilla), 209 Buñuel, Luis, 111, 114, 129 Bustillo Oro, Juan, 130–31, 152 Café Tacuba, 180 The Cage of Melancholy, 151 Calaveras series (Skulls series), 92–93 Calderón, Felipe, 20–21, 138, 142, 187; army configured by, 224; drug war launch by, 222, 227; electric companies closed by, 289n8 campirano genre, 140 capitalism, 86, 278; communism juxtaposition with, 6; drug war and, 275; financial system within, 226; narco-, 137, 226; as transnational, 55 Caplow, Deborah, 85, 88, 90, 92, 104n12 Cárdenas, Lázaro, 86, 95, 124, 222–23, 225 Carroll, Amy Sara, 306–7 cartography, 56, 57 Castañeda, Jorge, 21, 169, 185, 222 Castellanos, Rosario, 210, 215 Castillo, Ana, 37 Catholicism, 6–7, 214 Catlett, Elizabeth, 93, 99, 100 censorship, 87, 115–16, 180, 210 charros, 18; costume of, 74; criminality associated with, 72; definition of, 68; horsemanship of, 77; identity regulation of, 69–70; imagery progression of, 71; masculinity connected to,69,79; meaning of,78; myth of,81n9; as national symbol,66–67; as so­ cial bandits,73; symbolic influence of,79 Chasteen, John, 6–7 Chauvet, Elina, 249–50 Chávez, Jorge Humberto, 266–67, 269 Chicano, 34, 38, 53–54 cinema: civil rights in, 187–90; democracy facilitated by, 191; democratic transition influenced by, 178; golden age of, 155; impunity represented in, 11; of solitude, 157. See also movies civil disobedience, 302, 306 civil rights: ambivalence towards, 192; in cinema , 187–90; gente decente, privilege and, 184; glamour influencing, 194; marriage and divorce influencing, 198 classism, 184, 186 Clemente Orozco, José, 124, 276 Cold War, 92, 135 collective memory, 209, 212, 215–16 colonialism, 21; intellectual, 262–63 comedia ranchera genre, 71, 78, 79 Communist Party, 6, 88, 89, 91, 171 El complot mongol (The Mongolian Conspiracy ), 132–35, 138, 140, 143n3 Conesa, María, 186, 194–98 consumerism, violence and, 225 Coordinadora en Pro de los Derechos de la Mujer (Coordination Committee for Women’s Rights), 248 corn (maíz): colonization resilience of, 54; culinary habits enriched by, 58; GM of, 47–48, 61; in Mesoamerica, 47, 50–54; nix­ tamalization of, 51, 63n3. See also nixtamal “The Corrido of the White Horse,” 77–78 corruption, 139, 227, 229 Cortés, Hernán, 76, 214, 274 Crack group, 177–78 Cristero War, 6, 86, 95...

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9780816537532
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9780816534265
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1001412342
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320
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2017-08-23
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English
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