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Ruth Hellier-Tinoco

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9780195340365

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195340365.001.0001

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Disseminating The Old Men

Disseminating The Old Men

Mexico City, Europe, the World

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(p.167) Chapter 9 Disseminating The Old Men
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Embodying Mexico
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Ruth Hellier-Tinoco

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195340365.003.0010

Chapter Nine provides a sense of the multifarious forms and contexts of presentation of the Dance of the Old Men that proliferated from 1968 onwards in Mexico, the USA, and Europe. Brief snapshots and glimpses of the wide range of circulating practices encompass staged events (live and recorded), and publications (literary and photographic texts). Examples include: international folkloric tours, officially-sanctioned Mexico City staged events in museums, theaters, and stadia (Fiesta Purépecha), events by the Michoacán State Tourist Board and Discos Corasón, populist publications, tourist guides, television appearances and audio recordings. The chapter concludes with a discussion of influence of the Ballet Folklórico de México in the USA, and the proliferation of Mexican Folkloric Dance ensembles as part of the Chicano/a movement

Keywords:   Michoacán State Tourist Board, Discos Corasón, tourist guides, television appearances, Chicano/a movement, Mexican Folkloric Dance, museums, photography

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