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A poetics of resistance : the revolutionary public relations of the Zapatista insurgency

Autor: Jeff Conant
Editora: Edinburgh ; Oakland : AK, ©2010.
Edição/Formato   Print book : InglêsVer todas as edições e formatos
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""Conant has an ear for story, poetry, and wonder, his new telling of the Zapatista struggle is full of delights. R︣aj Patel, author of Stuffed and Starved" ""Conant's engrossing book distills critical lessons about the Zapatistas use of storytelling, spectacle, and truly revolutionary marketing. Whether you're already deeply immersed in Zapatismo or new to this profoundly important social movement, A Poetics of
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Gênero/Forma: History
Tipo de Documento: Livro
Todos os Autores / Contribuintes: Jeff Conant
ISBN: 9781849350006 1849350000
Número OCLC: 318877250
Notas: "Being a true tale of a possible better world in its first untamed imaginings."
Descrição: 384 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Conteúdos: World made of stories --
Living myth, reviving history --
Of masks, mirrors, and metamorphosis --
So that the true tongue is not lost, or the story of the words --
Tilting at windmills --
One no and many yeses.
Responsabilidade: Jeff Conant.

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""Conant has an ear for story, poetry, and wonder, his new telling of the Zapatista struggle is full of delights. R︣aj Patel, author of Stuffed and Starved" ""Conant's engrossing book distills critical lessons about the Zapatistas use of storytelling, spectacle, and truly revolutionary marketing. Whether you're already deeply immersed in Zapatismo or new to this profoundly important social movement, A Poetics of Resistance is essential reading."'P︣atrick Reinsborough, co-founder of smartMeme" ""Ivan Illich once said: 'Through arguments you can only come to conclusions. Only stories make sense.' Near the end of his life, Ivan also said that only a poetic language can express today what we need to say. Considering the current challenges and risks, a fresh, poetic look at the Zapatistas, to clear our vision, is badly needed. This is a useful book for those looking for sense in these dark times."G︣ustavo Esteva, founder of Universidad de la Tierra in Oaxaca, Mexico" ""A valuable exploration of the literary and cultural context of the Zapatista struggle in Mexico. A Poetics of Resistance captures an essence of revolution only revealed through word and poetry."O︣scar Olivera, author of Cochabamba!" "The Zapatistas' famous "Ya basta"e︣nough already!w︣as the first uttering of a new story: a story about unbinding the ties of official history, uncovering buried seeds of popular resistance, and revealing the glimmerings of a truly insurgent modernity. Combining narrative history, literary criticism, ethnography, and media analysis, A Poetics of Resistance is a refreshing take on Mexico's Zapatista movement by examining the means, meanings, and mythos behind the Zapatista image."

"The first "postmodern revolution" presented itself to the world through a complex web of propaganda in every available medium: the colorful communiques of Subcomandante Marcos, the ski masks, uniforms, dolls, murals, songs, and weapons both symbolic and real. By proliferating a profound and resonant set of myths, symbols, and grand historical gestures calculated to reflect their ideologies, organizing methodologies, and cultural values, the Zapatistas helped set into motion a global uprising, and the awareness that behind this uprising is a renewed vision of history. This engaging and innovative examination of the Zapatistas communication strategies will be an important tool for movements everywhere engaged in creating a world where many worlds fit; in demolishing History in order to construct histories; and in unseating not only the powerful, but Power itself."--Jacket.

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