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This essay provides an interdisciplinary analysis of the work of the Iconoclasistas, a Buenos Aires-based duo whose practice combines graphic art, counter-cartography, radical pedagogy, and militant research. The Iconoclasistas’ heterodox landscape illustrations and collectively produced maps...
The representation of short-haired women, also called pelonas, in the work of Diego Rivera is a subject that has not been studied much when compared to the numerous critical studies of the murals where they represent the mythical bodies of indigenous women. The objective of this article is to...
Transitional justice is a framework for dealing with past atrocities that are on such a large scale and so horrific that the usual institutions and justice system are unable to adequately address them. Countries in Latin America that transitioned from dictatorship to democracy in the 1980s...
Mesoamerican books inhabit multiple visual and bibliographical spaces that defy simple descriptions and straightforward categorization. Historical annals, divinatory calendars, speeches, poems, and songs informed the history, culture, and ritual life of pre- and post-contact societies. Since the...
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