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Photographing the Nation: Early Female Photographers in Mexico 1870-1930
This analysis examines photographs created by three female photographers in Mexico: Alice Le Plongeon, Sara Castrejón, María Santibáñez, and how their images are reflective of the political and social-cultural environment ...
Calendars and the Cosmic Race: Popular Art and the Negotiation of National Identity, Idigeneity, and Gender in Post-Revolutionary Mexico
This study deals with the popular art form of calendar chromos during the post-revolutionary period in Mexico. During this time various political figures sought to fill the power vacuum left by the ousting of Porfirio Díaz. ...
The Fainting Mary: The Role of Marian Divinity in Colonial Nahuatl Drama
The purpose of this study is to investigate the role of Marian divinity within colonial Nahuatl drama in Mexico. The Virgin Mary is typically associated within Christianity as a staple of biblical representation and ...