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Hélio Oiticica: what I do is music, América Latina, extranjería y la pertenencia cultural: Artes visuales y música en los años sesenta

Asbury, Michael (2012) Hélio Oiticica: what I do is music, América Latina, extranjería y la pertenencia cultural: Artes visuales y música en los años sesenta. In: LASA2012 / Toward a Third Century of Independence in Latin America, 23rd - 26th May 2012, San Francisco, USA. [Eastern, Asiatic, African, American and Australasian Languages, Literature and related subjects > Latin American Society and Culture studies
Historical and Philosophical studies > History of Art
Creative Arts and Design > Others in Creative Arts and Design] (Unpublished)
Creators:Asbury, Michael

A number of Latin American countries already are celebrating, or soon will celebrate, the achievement of 200 years of national independence. The bicentennial commemorations represent not only an opportunity to convey and promote a sense of national unity based on collective accomplishments, but also an occasion for political, intellectual, and cultural reassessments of the past and present. In general, they are characterized by more complex views of the meaning of the revolutionary wars and of the scale of the social, economic, and human costs of nation- building and modernization, especially in relation to indigenous and other subaltern populations. The result of this reconsideration is a relatively more diverse and inclusive notion of collective identity — one that takes into account the coexistence of many different (at times antagonistic) ethnic, sexual, and social histories. Although deep social inequalities still persist, the celebrations also coincide with an unprecedented period of democratic rule. The bicentennials offer an excellent opportunity for a multidisciplinary discussion about the multiple ways of constructing the past and forecasting the future; the new meanings of “independence,” “revolution,” and “national identity;” the role of Latin America in the new global economic order; and the transformative power and limitations of democratic institutions in Latin America’s third century of national independence.

Official Website:http://lasa.international.pitt.edu/eng/congress/index.asp
Type of Research:Conference, Symposium or Workshop Item (Paper)
Your affiliations with UAL:Colleges > Camberwell College of Arts
Colleges > Camberwell College of Arts

Research Centres/Networks > Transnational Art Identity and Nation (TrAIN)
Date:May 2012
Copyright Holders:©2011 Latin American Studies Association
Event Location:San Francisco, USA
Projects or Series:Research Outputs Review (April 2010 - April 2011)
ID Code:4188
Deposited By:Prerna Bhatt
Deposited On:11 Jul 2012 14:15
Last Modified:05 Aug 2014 15:16
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