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Modernity and the indigenous in centennial celebrations of independence in Mexico City, 1910 and 1921

Citation: Gonzales, Michael J. (2014) Modernity and the indigenous in centennial celebrations of independence in Mexico City, 1910 and 1921. In: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas. School of Advanced Study, University of London, London, pp. 37-54. ISBN 978-1-908857-08-8

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Creators: Gonzales, Michael J. and
Subjects: Human Rights & Development Studies
Sociology & Anthropology
Keywords: aesthetics, anthropology, art, authenticity, Bolivia, capitalism, colonialism, education, film, folklorisation, Greece, identity, imperialism, indigeneity, Maya, mestizaje, Mexico, Michoacán, Moctezuma, modernism, modernity, monuments, multiculturalism, museum, narrative, performance, photography, Popacatépetl, postcoloniality, primitivism, revolution, Rome, slavery, Spain, spectacle, stereotypes, Teotihuacán, theatre, Toltec, tourism, whiteness, Yaqui, Yucatán, Zapatistas, Zapotec
Divisions: Institute of Latin American Studies
Collections: Recasting commodity and spectacle in the indigenous Americas
Dates:
  • 2014 (published)

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