Jaime M. Pensado
This book traces “the rise” of Mexico's “student problem” in the context of the long—and global—sixties (1956-c.1971). It is the first study to see the university as a physical space and a way of life that became a crucial point for the transformation of political and cultural values, with key ramifications for the country as a whole. Here, students participated in the formation of Mexico's New Left by challenging the state's economic and political projects, exposing the limitations of “national unity,” and contesting traditional values and gendered norms. It refutes many of the basic ... Read more
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