Art and Social Movements: Cultural Politics in Mexico and Aztlan

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"Art and Social Movements lives up to its title, for only when the art and culture of social movements are explored along with their politics, do we begin to have a vital and comprehensive sense of the emotions and creativity involved. The sad, violent and arbitrary border between Latin America and Latino USA too often ignores the history of collaboration and influence each side of that fictitious line has given the other. Edward J. McCaughan, through personal experience and exhaustive research, sets the record straight!" Margaret Randall, author of When I Look Into the Mirror and See You and To Change the World: My Years in Cuba "Art and Social Movements makes a powerful statement about the continued vitality of - and need for - the creative arts in radical political movements. By effectively synthesizing grounded analysis of grassroots politics with deft theoretical explanations of artistic genres, Edward McCaughan provides what I believe is the most significant empirically grounded study of cultural politics in Latin America since the anthology Cultures of Politics, Politics of Cultures, which was published in 1998." Howard Campbell, author of Mexican Memoir: A Personal Account of Anthropology and Radical Politics in Oaxaca

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Art and Social Movements offers a comparative, cross-border analysis of the role of visual artists in three social movements from the late 1960s through the early 1990s: the 1968 student movement and subsequent activist art collectives in Mexico City, a Zapotec indigenous struggle in Oaxaca, and the Chicano movement in California. It explores the ways in which artists helped shape the identities and visions of a generation of Mexican and Chicano activists by creating new visual discourses. Based on Edward McCaughan's extensive research in archives and museums and interviews, the book is also rooted in his own participation in some of the movements he explores. McCaughan argues that the social power of activist artists emanates from their ability to provoke people to see, think, and act in new ways. Artists, he claims, helped to create visual languages and spaces through which activists can imagine and perform new collective identities and new forms of meaningful citizenship. In examining the role of activist artists, McCaughan contributes to an understanding of social movements by integrating insights from scholarship on the cultural politics of representation with structural analysis of specific historical contexts.

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