The 2010 Happening takes as its theme Good Bandits, Warrior Women and Revolutionaries: The Mexican Revolution for 1910 and its Cultural Legacy.
It will include presentations, film screenings an art and popular culture exhibition, and extensive opportunities for discussion and networking by participants. Topics will include: The films of the Mexican Revolution and La Cristiada (1910-1929) Debut of Arizona State University's film, [here the right title, in italics] Women Warriors and Women Revolutionaries Noble Outlaws in Popular Culture Good, Good-Bad, Bad Bandits Mystified and Demystified How Bandits Are Depicted in Popular Culture.
The 2010 Happening is part of a long-term project, Bold Caballeros and Noble Bandidas: The Good, The Bad, The Beautiful. It focuses on Latina/o noble bandits in Iberoamerican culture (Spain, Latin America, the United States, and elsewhere.
Date: November 18-20, 2010
Hotel: Four Points by Sheraton. Tempe, Arizona
Abstracts: Due September 15, 2010 We welcome abstracts, photographs, images and video
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