Mexican Murals and Fascist Frescoes: Cultural Reinvention in 20th-Century Mexico and Italy

Sussman, Maya Dallin

In the 1920s aftermath of the Mexican Revolution, politicians, intellectuals, and artists built on Mexico's culture and history to unify citizens across regional and class boundaries. Throughout the 1930s, the Italian Fascist government also relied on history and tradition as a means for establishing a unifying national identity. Through visual and textual analysis, I examine the role... read more

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