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Rumiando en torno a lo escrito sobre mujeres y arte popular
Bartra, Eli;
La ventana. Revista de estudios de género , 2008,
Abstract: this article reflects upon how folk art has been studied and highlights the need to relate this research to feminism, leading to a better understanding of both folk art and gender, especially for women. it is fundamental to consider the processes of creation, distribution and consumption of folk art as well as carrying out an iconographic analysis from a feminist and aesthetic point of view. the relationship between folk art and feminism has not always been especially harmonious.
Por las inmediaciones de la mujer y el retrato fotográfico: Natalia Baquedano y Lucero González
Eli Bartra
Política y cultura , 1996,
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Estudios de la mujer. Un paso adelante, dos pasos atrás?
Eli Bartra
Política y cultura , 1997,
Abstract: La autora plantea los vínculos y la distancia entre el feminismo y los estudios de la mujer. Presenta el desarrollo de estos estudios en la educación superior en México y, en particular su significado, sus contradicciones y las barreras que enfrentan. De los puntos medulares en el debate feminista al interior de la academia se ubican la distinción entre mujer o género, la burocratización de los programas, su institucionalización y evaluación, lo cual podría llegar a poner en riesgo su espontaneidad y creatividad
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Eli Bartra
Política y cultura , 1992,
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Mujeres y política en México: aborto, violación y mujeres golpeadas.
Eli Bartra
Política y cultura , 1992,
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Mujeres, etnia y arte popular
Eli Bartra
Política y cultura , 2000,
Abstract: Este artículo presenta los resultados de un peque o estudio de algunas piezas creadas por las artesanas del pueblo purépecha de Ocumicho, Michoacán. Se hace especial hincapié en la cuestión de la etnia y el género expresada en estas figuras de barro que se hicieron ex profeso para conmemorar los 500 a os de la llegada de los espa oles a América. Se trató de un "experimento " que llevó a cabo Mercedes I turbe con las artesanas indígenas de esa comunidad. Se les mostraron imágenes de otras culturas y otros tiempos que representaban la Conquista de México y ellas las reprodujeron y tradujeron a su lenguaje plástico en forma de arte popular.
As duas Fridas: história e identidades transculturais
Bartra, Eli;Mraz, John;
Revista Estudos Feministas , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-026X2005000100005
Abstract: this article analyzes the film frida (2003), directed by julie taymor and starred by salma hayek, which features the love relationship between the mural artist diego rivera and the painter frida khalo. it is not a filmic biography, but focuses on a period of the painter's life. on the one hand, it presents some comparison with the mexican movie about the painter, frida, naturaleza viva (1983), by paul leduc, to contrast different views on the events of a life, as to, for example, what concerns sexual politics. on the other hand, the paper explores to what extent the polemical film by taymor/hayek is historical, based on reality, or whether it is a sight-and-sound fictional version of a written biography.
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Mary Goldsmith,Eli Bartra
Política y cultura , 2000,
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Tiempos turbulentos
Bartra, Armando;
Argumentos (México, D.F.) , 2010,
Abstract: humanity faces a polymorphous but unitary emergency. a great depression whose successive, parallel or intertwined manifestations make an historical period of intense turbulence. a debacle whose many facets have the same origin and feedback on themselves. a global bottleneck that produces headless puppets but picks on the poor.
Fin de fiesta: El fantasma del hambre recorre el mundo
Bartra, Armando;
Argumentos (México, D.F.) , 2008,
Abstract: food crisis as been related to climate, energy and financial ones, it is structural and signals the end of a long cheap food period generated by green revolution. it has begun because food offer does not grow as fast as before and there is an explosive demand increase because of changes in dietary habits and biofuels boom. financial speculation is added. oil has become very expensive, it is a natural resource and its production seems to reach an end. this questions not only "industrial agriculture" but a whole civilization model that has over consumed energy. we are living an epoch change that demands new production and consume patterns that, in agriculture case, will recover and develop formal science knowledge and technological, economic and cultural paradigms form peasant world.
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