qInnovative study of the cultural legacy of the Mexican Revolution, using the story of rural schools. Focuses on Puebla and Sonora and the attempt by the central government to implement socialist education and to advance its nationalist agenda. Stresses the importance of negotiation among national and local leaders, teachers and peasantsq--Handbook of Latin American Studies, v. 58.... a new Yori settlement on the left bank of the Yaqui River, Marcelina Saldivar remembers that there was not much fuss.1 She was in the third grade. aquot;The saints do not exist, aquot; the teacher, Rosario Tapia de Nunez, announced to the children.
|Title||:||Cultural Politics in Revolution|
|Author||:||Mary K. Vaughan|
|Publisher||:||University of Arizona Press - 1997|