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<How did Women Participate in Mexico’s Independence Movement?

How did Women Participate in Mexico’s Independence Movement?

Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos‘s current issue features a thematic section on the bicentennial of Mexican independence, which highlights the contribution of political actors generally ignored in official tributes to heroic figures. Specifically, the …

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<<em>Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture</em> Publishes Two-Part Special Section on “the Future of the Art of the Past”

Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture Publishes Two-Part Special Section on “the Future of the Art of the Past”

Latin American and Latinx Visual Culture (LALVC) is focusing on “the future of the art of the past” in two special sections, the first of which was published in issue 3.3, and …

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<<em>Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos</em> Announces Keynote Address on Mexican Independence

Mexican Studies/Estudios Mexicanos Announces Keynote Address on Mexican Independence

Before 1810, silver capitalism made New Spain the richest kingdom in the Americas. Then in 1808, the judicial regime pivotal to stabilizing its inequities fell to militarized powers. Two years later, insurgents …

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