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Transnational Indian Arts and the Politics of Race in Central Mexico
The University of Arizona Press
Crafting Identity explores the complex interplay of social relations, values, dominations, and performances present in the world of Mexican mask making. The book examines how art, media, and tourism mediate Mexican culture from the margins (“arte popular”), making Mexican indigeneity “palatable” for Mexican nationalism and American and global markets for folklore.
- Copyright year: 2015
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