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Fragments of a Golden Age : the politics of culture in Mexico since 1940 / edited by Gilbert M. Joseph, Anne Rubenstein, and Eric Zolov.

Contributor(s): Joseph, G. M. (Gilbert Michael), 1947- | Rubenstein, Anne | Zolov, Eric.
Material type: TextTextSeries: American encounters/global interactions: Publisher: Durham : Duke University Press, 2001Description: xvii, 507 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeSubject(s): Mexico -- Cultural policy | Popular culture -- Mexico -- History -- 20th century | Cultural policy | Popular culture | Mexico | Cultuurbeleid | Cultuur | Kulturpolitik | Massenkultur | Mexiko | Aufsatzsammlung | Kultur | Culture populaire -- Mexique -- Histoire -- 20e siècle | Mexique -- Politique culturelle | Geschichte 1929-2001 | 1900-1999 | Cultura popular México Historia Siglo XX | México Política culturalGenre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung. | History.Additional physical formats: Online version:: Fragments of a Golden Age.DDC classification: 972.08/2 Other classification: 15.85 | cci1icc Also issued online.
Contents:
Assembling the fragments, writing a cultural history of Mexico since 1940 / Gilbert M. Joseph, Anne Rubenstein and Eric Zolov -- Making it real compared to what? : reconceptualizing Mexican history since 1940 / Arthur Schmidt -- Mexico's Pepsi challenge : traditional cooking, mass conception and national identity / Jeffrey M. Pilcher -- The selling of Mexico : tourism and the state, 1929-1952 / Alex Saragoza -- Today, tomorrow and always : the Golden Age of illustrated magazines in Mexico, 1937-1960 / John Mraz -- Myths of cultural imperialism and nationalism in Golden Age Mexican cinema / Seth Fein -- Bodies, cities, cinema : Pedro Infante's death as political spectacle / Anne Rubenstein.
Discovering a land "mysterious and obvious" : the renarrativizing of postrevolutionary Mexico / Eric Zolov -- Toiling for the "new invaders" : autoworkers, transnational corporations and working class culture in Mexico City, 1955-1968 / Steven J. Bachelor -- El Santos and the return of the killer Aztecs! / Jis y Trino -- Masked media : the adventures of lucha libre on the small screen / Heather Levi -- Corazón del rocanrol / Rubén Martínez -- Cultural industries in the Free Trade Age : a look at Mexican television / Omar Hernández and Emile McAnany -- Cablevision(nation) in rural Yucatán : performing modernity and Mexicanidad in early 1990s / Alison Greene -- The aura of ruins / Quetzil E. Castañeda -- Transnational processes and the rise and fall of the Mexican cultural state / Mary Kay Vaughan.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Assembling the fragments, writing a cultural history of Mexico since 1940 / Gilbert M. Joseph, Anne Rubenstein and Eric Zolov -- Making it real compared to what? : reconceptualizing Mexican history since 1940 / Arthur Schmidt -- Mexico's Pepsi challenge : traditional cooking, mass conception and national identity / Jeffrey M. Pilcher -- The selling of Mexico : tourism and the state, 1929-1952 / Alex Saragoza -- Today, tomorrow and always : the Golden Age of illustrated magazines in Mexico, 1937-1960 / John Mraz -- Myths of cultural imperialism and nationalism in Golden Age Mexican cinema / Seth Fein -- Bodies, cities, cinema : Pedro Infante's death as political spectacle / Anne Rubenstein.

Discovering a land "mysterious and obvious" : the renarrativizing of postrevolutionary Mexico / Eric Zolov -- Toiling for the "new invaders" : autoworkers, transnational corporations and working class culture in Mexico City, 1955-1968 / Steven J. Bachelor -- El Santos and the return of the killer Aztecs! / Jis y Trino -- Masked media : the adventures of lucha libre on the small screen / Heather Levi -- Corazón del rocanrol / Rubén Martínez -- Cultural industries in the Free Trade Age : a look at Mexican television / Omar Hernández and Emile McAnany -- Cablevision(nation) in rural Yucatán : performing modernity and Mexicanidad in early 1990s / Alison Greene -- The aura of ruins / Quetzil E. Castañeda -- Transnational processes and the rise and fall of the Mexican cultural state / Mary Kay Vaughan.

Also issued online.

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