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The Mapuche in Modern ChileA Cultural History$
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Joanna Crow

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780813044286

Published to Florida Scholarship Online: September 2013

DOI: 10.5744/florida/9780813044286.001.0001

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Revolutionary Transformations and New Representational Challenges, 1964–1973

Revolutionary Transformations and New Representational Challenges, 1964–1973

(p.116) 4 Revolutionary Transformations and New Representational Challenges, 1964–1973
The Mapuche in Modern Chile

Joanna Crow

University Press of Florida

This chapter investigates the racial dimensions of the “Revolution in Liberty” led by the Christian Democrats and the “Chilean Road to Socialism” embraced by the Popular Unity, exploring in particular the tensions between ethnic-based and class-based organizing. It examines teaching reforms, poetic production, and museums under Eduardo Frei Montalva, the music of New Chilean Song [Nueva Canción Chilena], artists Violeta Parra and Víctor Jara, the writings of Communist intellectual Alejandro Lipschutz, and the public declarations of Salvador Allende. Overall, the chapter demonstrates how Mapuche culture became increasingly visible during this turbulent period despite, in conjunction with, or indeed sometimes as a direct result of government initiatives.

Keywords:   Eduardo Frei Montalva, Salvador Allende, Nueva Canción, Violeta Parra, Víctor Jara, Alejandro Lipschutz, class, ethnicity

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