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School of Modern Languages & Cultures: Department of Hispanic Studies

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Publication details for Professor Andrea Noble

2006 'Seeing through ¡Que viva Mexico!: Eisenstein's Travels in Mexico', Journal of Iberian and Latin American Studies 12, pp. 173-187

Author(s) from Durham


Aumont, J. (1987) Montage Eisenstein, trans. L. Hildreth, C.
Penley & A. Ross, Indiana University
Press, Bloomington.
Ayala Blanco, J. ([1968] 1993) La aventura del cine mexicano en la e´poca
de oro y despue´s (1931–1967),
Grijalbo, Mexico City.
Bartra, R. (2002) Blood, Ink, and Culture: Miseries and Splendors of the
Post-Mexican Condition, trans.
M. A. Healey, Duke University Press, Durham, NC and London.
Brading, D. A. (1988) ‘Manuel Gamio and Official Indigenismo
inMexico’, Bulletin of Latin American
Research, vol. 7, pp. 75–89.
Clifford, J. (1987) ‘Of Other Peoples: Beyond the “Salvage”
Paradigm’, in Discussions in
Contemporary Culture, vol. 1, ed. H. Foster, Bay Press, Seattle, WA, pp.
De la Vega, E. (1997) Del muro a la pantalla: S.M. Eisenstein y el arte
picto´rico mexicano, Universidad
de Guadalajara/Instituto Mexiquense de Cultura/Instituto Mexicano de
De los Reyes, A. (1987) Medio siglo de cine mexicano (1896–1947),
Editorial Trillas, Mexico City.
Delpar, H. (1992) The Enormous Vogue of Things Mexican: Cultural Relations
between the United
States and Mexico, 1920–1935, University of Alabama Press, Tuscaloosa.
Eisenstein, S. (1975) Film Sense, ed. J. Leyda, Harcourt, Brace,
Jovanovich, San Diego, CA.
Eisenstein, S. (1983) Immoral Memories: An Autobiography, trans. H.
Marshall, Houghton Mifflin,
Boston, MA.
Florescano, E. (1993) ‘The Creation of the Museo Nacional de
Antropologı´a of Mexico and its
Scientific, Educational, and Political Purposes’, in Collecting the
Pre-Columbian Past, ed.
E. Hill Boone, Dumbarton Oakes Research Library and Collection,
Washington, DC,
pp. 81–105.
Geduld, H. M. & Gottesman, R. (eds) (1970) Sergei Eisenstein and Upton
Sinclair: The Making and
Unmaking of Que viva Me´xico!, Indiana University Press, Bloomington.
Goodwin, J. (1993) Eisenstein, Cinema and History, University of Illinois
Press, Urbana and Chicago.
Hershfield, J. (1998) ‘Paradise Regained: Sergei Eisenstein’s Que viva
Me´xico! as Ethnography’, in
Documenting the Documentary: Close Readings of Documentary Film and Video,
eds B. K. Grant
& J. Sloniowski, Wayne State University Press, Detroit, MI.
Karetnikova, I. & Steinmetz, L. (1991) Mexico According to Eisenstein,
University of New Mexico
Press, Albuquerque.
King, J. (1990) Magical Reels: A History of Cinema in Latin America,
Verso, London.
Knight, A. (1990) ‘Racism, Revolution, and Indigenismo: Mexico,
1910–1940’, in The Idea of Race
in Latin America, 1870–1940, ed. R. Graham, University of Texas Press,
Austin, pp. 71–113.
Lindauer, M. A. (1999) Devouring Frida: The Art History and Popular
Celebrity of Frida Kahlo,
Wesleyan University Press/University Press of New England, Hanover, NH.
Margulies, I. (ed.) (2003) Rites of Realism: Essays on Corporeal Cinema,
Duke University Press,
Durham, NC and London.
Mitchell, W. J. T. (2002) ‘Showing Seeing: A Critique of Visual
Culture’, Journal of Visual Culture,
vol. 1, no. 2, pp. 165–181.
Mraz, J. (2003) Nacho Lo´pez: Mexican Photographer, University of
Minnesota Press, Minneapolis.
Nesbet, A. (2003) Savage Junctures: Sergei Eisenstein and the Shape of
Thinking, I. B. Tauris, London.
Noble, A. (2000) Tina Modotti: Image, Texture, Photography, University of
New Mexico Press,
Noble, A. (2005) Mexican National Cinema, Routledge, London.
Pe´rez Montfort, R. (1994) Estampas de nacionalismo popular mexicano:
Ensayos sobre cultura popular
y nacionalismo, CIESAS, Mexico City.
Podalsky, L. (1993) ‘Patterns of the Primitive: Sergei Eisenstein’s
Que´ VivaMe´xico!’, in Mediating Two
Worlds: Cinematic Encounters in the Americas, eds J. King, A. M. Lo´ pez
& M. Alvarado, BFI,
London, pp. 25–39.
Pollock, G. (ed.) (1996) Generations and Geographies in the Visual Arts:
Feminist Readings, Routledge,
Russell, C. (1999) Experimental Ethnography: The Work of Film in the Age
of Video, Duke University
Press, Durham, NC.
Stam, R. (2000) Film Theory: An Introduction, Blackwells, Oxford.
Wallis, B. (1994) ‘Selling Nations: International Exhibitions and
Cultural Diplomacy’, in Museum
Culture: Histories, Discourses, Spectacles, eds D. J. Sherman & I. Rogoff,
Routledge, London,
pp. 265–282.
Widdifield, S. G. (1996) The Embodiment of the National in Late
Nineteenth-Century Mexican
Painting, University of Arizona Press, Tucson.