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Decentering the Nation - pr_1772766

Decentering the Nation

Music, Mexicanidad, and Globalization


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Product code: 9781498573177

ISBN 9781498573177
Series Music, Culture, and Identity in Latin America
Publisher Lexington Books
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H229xW161xS24
No. Of Pages 280
This book considers how global capitalism has upset the symbolic economy of "Mexican" cultural discourse. It focuses on the cultural processes through which people contest ideas about race, gender, and sexuality; reframe ideas of memory, history, and belonging; and negotiate the experiences of dislocation that affect them.