My dissertation, q'A ganar la calle': The Politics of Public Space and Public Art in Santiago, Chile, 1970-1973, q is a cultural history of political change during Salvador Allende's socialist government. This is a study of the alternative sites and forms of political expression that marked Allende's presidency, that have gone relatively unexplored as political exercises in their own right. Analyzing archival texts, public forms of visual expression, and oral histories concurrently, I examine the complex ways in which citizens engaged the urban environment and claimed public space as a legitimate avenue of entering into national political debates.... the five official languages to any part of the building . . . through a network of wireless headphones while close circuit television cameras will broadcast the image of the presenter to the cafeteria, lounges, press rooms and the building tower.
|Title||:||"A Ganar la Calle:" The Politics of Public Space and Public Art in Santiago Chile, 1970--1973|
|Author||:||Camilo Daniel Trumper|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|