Everyday Forms of State Formation Revolution and the Negotiation of Rule in Modern Mexico

ISBN-10: 0822314673

ISBN-13: 9780822314677

Edition: 1994

Authors: Gilbert M. Joseph, Daniel Nugent, Ana Alonso, Armando Bartra, Marjorie Becker

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"The essays in "Everyday Forms of State Formation" brilliantly shift the understanding of the Mexican Revolution to a new analytical framework that highlights the mediations between power and everyday forms of resistance and organization. Drawing on new theoretical approaches to the processes of hegemony, the authors go beyond analyses that posit either a reified oppressive state or a homogenized, often romanticized notion of 'the people' as heroic subjects of revolutionary change."--George Yudice, Hunter College
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List price: $29.95
Copyright year: 1994
Publisher: Duke University Press
Publication date: 6/15/1994
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 456
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.694
Language: English

Foreword
Preface
State Formation
Popular Culture and State Formation in Revolutionary Mexico
Weapons and Arches in the Mexican Revolutionary Landscape
Reflections on the Ruins: Everyday Forms of State Formation in Nineteenth-Century Mexico
Force and the Search for Consent: The Role of the Jefaturas Politicas of Coahuila in National State Formation
Rethinking Mexican Revolutionary Mobilization
Yucatan's Seasons of Upheaval, 1909-1930
Schools of the Revolution: Enacting and Consenting State Forms in Tlaxcala, 1910-1930
Multiple Selective Traditions in Agrarian Reform and Agrarian Struggle: Popular Culture and State Formation in the Ejido of Namiquipa Chihuahua
Torching La Purisima, Dancing at the ALtar: The Construction of Revolutionary Hegemony in Michoacan, 1934-1940
The "Comunidad Recolucionaria Instituctional": The Subversion of Native Government in Highland CHiapas, 1936-1968
The Seduction of the Innocents: The First Tumultuous Moments of Mass Literacy in Postrevolutionary Mexico
The Fate of the Vanguard under a Revolutionary State: Marxism Contribution to the Construction of the Great Arch
Hegemony and the Language of Contention
Everyday Forms of State Formation: Some Dissident Remarks on "Hegemony"
Bibliography
Index
Contributors
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