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Eiss is an associate professor of anthropology and history at Carnegie Mellon University whose research joins the methods of archival history, ethnography, and cultural analysis. His book, In the Name of El Pueblo: Currently he is working on two projects. The second is an analysis of collective violence and the politics of self-defense in contemporary Mexico.
Eiss; A Revolutionary Postmortem: Hispanic American Historical Review 1 November ; 98 4: In ensuing decades, politicians, historians, and poets—whether admirers or detractors—repeatedly evoked his figure and his words as they celebrated, reviled, or sought to restore the Mexican Revolution and its legacies.
This article takes rvolucion measure of Alvarado’s political, corporeal, rrvolucion textual powers over the century following his assumption of power inwith attention to the ways that historical memory and historiography were central concerns of political action and discourse for Alvarado, as much for his partisans as for his critics.
La Verdadera Revolución Mexicana [1918-1921] (Sepan Cuantos, #613)
I argue that the history of Alvarado’s physical and textual corpus—in life and after death—demonstrates how political power mexicqna operate beyond the present, with an emergent, future-oriented dimension that unfolds over time.
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