6 edition of The Erasure of the Afro Element of Mestizaje in Modern Mexico found in the catalog.
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THE ERASURE OF THE AFRO ELEMENT OF MESTIZAJE IN MODERN MEXICO: THE CODING OF VISIBLY BLACK MESTIZOS ACCORDING TO A WHITE AESTHETIC IN AND THROUGH THE DISCOURSE ON NATION DURING THE CULTURAL PHASE OF THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION, by Marco Polo Hernández Cuevas B.A., Portland State University, M.A., Portland State.
THE ERASURE OF THE AFRO ELEMENT OF MESTIZAJE IN MODERN MEXICO: THE CODING OF VISIBLY BLACK MESTIZOS ACCORDING TO A WHITE AESTHETIC IN AND THROUGH THE DISCOURSE ON NATION DURING THE CULTURAL PHASE OF THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION, by Marco Polo Hernandez Cuevas B.A., Portland State University, MA, Portland State.
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“The Erasure of the Essential Afro Element of Mestizaje in Modern Mexico: The Coding of Visibly Black Mestizos According to a White Aesthetic In and Through the Discourse on Nation During the Cultural Phase of the Mexican Revolution, ” Fall M.A. in Spanish Language and Literature: Latin American and Spanish Literature.
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In my book, I organize interviews following the geographical trajectory of the Ruta de Cortes, but I use it as a trope to access both popular and scholarly discourse about conquest, history, and memory in Mexico, and to explore the legacies of conquest in town and city centers today.
Winner of the Victoria Urbano Critical Monograph Book Prize presented by the International Association of Hispanic Feminine Literature and Culture Mexico's Nobodies examines two key figures in Mexican history that have remained anonymous despite their proliferation in the arts: the soldadera and the figure of the mulata.
Enrique Dussel’s, The Underside of Modernity, Afro-Latin American Diasporic thought, particularly the work of the Colombian thinker, Manuel Zapata Olivella, and what I have articulated as the discourse of memory in Afro-Diasporic thought.
It is an attempt to further explore memory as an. Many legal scholars who write about Mexican mestizaje omit references to Afromexicans, Mexico’s African roots, and contemporary anti-black sentiments in Author: Taunya Banks.
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