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by David R. Maciel,Isidro D. Ortiz,María Herrera-Sobek

Author: David R. Maciel,Isidro D. Ortiz,María Herrera-Sobek
Subcategory: Social Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: University of Arizona Press; 2 edition (July 1, 2000)
Pages: 330 pages
Category: Politics
Rating: 4.4
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Chicano Renaissance book. Francisco A. Lomelí, Teresa Márquez, and María Herrera-Sobek. The Chicano Renaissance: Contemporary Cultural Trends. 0816520216 (ISBN13: 9780816520213).

Chicano Renaissance book. Among the lasting legacies of the Chicano Movement is the cultural flowering that it inspired-one that has steadily grown from the 1960s to the present.

Isidro D. Ortiz, Maria Herrera-Sobek, David R. Maciel. Place of Publication. David R. Maciel is a professor of history at the University of New Mexico whose books include Aztlan: Historia del pueblo chicano and El Norte: The . Maria Herrera-Sobek is the Luis Leal Endowed Chair and Professor of Chicano/Chicana Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. Country of Publication.

Chicano Renaissance : Contemporary Cultural Trends. by David R. Maciel and Isidro D. Ortiz. Among the lasting legacies of the Chicano Movement is the cultural flowering that it inspired-one that has steadily grown from the 1960s to the present

Chicano Renaissance : Contemporary Cultural Trends. It encompassed all of the arts and continues to earn acclaim both nationally and internationally. Although this Chicano artistic renaissance received extensive scholarly attention in its initial phase, the post-Movimiento years after the late 1970s have been largely overlooked.

Chicano Renaissance: Contemporary Cultural Trends - Page 74 David R. Maciel, Isidro D. Ortiz, María Herrera-Sobek - 2000 "Their main songwriter, Enrique Franco, is an immigrant who has gone through much travail. Lyrics and emphasis are a spectrum of insights, faults, and obvious reactionary contradictions as well as progressive affirmations.

ISBN-13: 978-0816518333. Topics include the difference between Chicano/a and Mexican representation of immigration; how films dealing with immigrants are treated differently by Mexican, Chicano, and Hollywood producers; the rich literary and artistic production on immigration themes; and the significance of immigration in Chicano jokes.

Maciel, David . Isidro D. Ortiz, and María Herrera-Sobek. Chicano Renaissance: Contemporary Cultural Trends. Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2000. Examines the broad range of artistic cultural forms inspired by the Chicano movement, including art, literature, music, television, radio, and cinema. Focuses on the decades following the Chicano movement. Youth, Identity, Power: The Chicano Movement. New York: Verso, 1989

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by David R. ISBN 9780816516346 (978-0-8165-1634-6) Softcover, University of Arizona Press, 1996. Find signed collectible books: 'Chicanas/Chicanos at the Crossroads: Social, Economic, and Political Change'. ISBN 9780816520213 (978-0-8165-2021-3) Softcover, University of Arizona Press, 2000. Find signed collectible books: 'Chicano Renaissance: Contemporary Cultural Trends'.

Written by. María Herrera-Sobek. Manufacturer: University of Arizona Press Release date: 1 July 2000 ISBN-10 : 0816520216 ISBN-13: 9780816520213.

In this study I examine the adaptation and transformation of indigenous myths and legends, particularly the La Llorona, La Malinche and the Virgin of Guadalupe myths, within the explosive Mexican American ethno-nationalist movement from the turbulent 1960s and thereafter  .

In Chicano Renaissance: Contemporary Cultural Trends. E-mail Citation . Vargas traces Chicana/o art’s history and development. While noting thematic changes, he questions whether overt political agendas are necessary in art production. In a section entitled, 1990s: The Era of New Chicano Art (pp. 207–225), he presents the works of seven artists and points to future directions through their innovative handling of themes and interdisciplinary methodologies.

Among the lasting legacies of the Chicano Movement is the cultural flowering that it inspired--one that has steadily grown from the 1960s to the present. It encompassed all of the arts and continues to earn acclaim both nationally and internationally. Although this Chicano artistic renaissance received extensive scholarly attention in its initial phase, the post-Movimiento years after the late 1970s have been largely overlooked. This book meets that need, demonstrating that, despite the changes that have taken place in all areas of Chicana/o arts, a commitment to community revitalization continues to underlie artistic expression. This collection examines changes across a broad range of cultural forms--art, literature, music, cinema and television, radio, and theater--with an emphasis on the last two decades. Original articles by both established and emerging scholars review such subjects as the growth of Tejano music and the rise of Selena, how films and television have affected the Chicana/o experience, the evolution of Chicana/o art over the last twenty years, and postmodern literary trends. In all of the essays, the contributors emphasize that, contrary to the popular notion that Chicanas/os have succumbed to a victim mentality, they continue to actively struggle to shape the conditions of their lives and to influence the direction of American society through their arts and social struggle. Despite decades usually associated with self-interest in the larger society, the spirit of commitment and empowerment has continued to infuse Chicana/o cultural expression and points toward a vibrant future. CONTENTSAll Over the Map: La Onda Tejana and the Making of Selena, Roberto R. CalderónOutside Inside-The Immigrant Workers: Creating Popular Myths, Cultural Expressions, and Personal Politics in Borderlands Southern California, Juan Gómez-Quiñones"Yo soy chicano": The Turbulent and Heroic Life of Chicanas/os in Cinema and Television, David R. Maciel and Susan Racho The Politics of Chicano Representation in the Media, Virginia EscalanteChicana/o and Latina/o Gazing: Audiences of the Mass Media, Diana I. Ríos An Historical Overview/Update on the State of Chicano Art, George VargasContemporary Chicano Theater, Arturo RamírezBreaking the Silence: Developments in the Publication and Politics of Chicana Creative Writing, 1973-1998, Edwina Barvosa-Carter Trends and Themes in Chicana/o Writings in Postmodern Times, Francisco A. Lomelí, Teresa Márquez, and María Herrera-Sobek