Culture Wars in Brazil: The First Vargas Regime, 1930-1945

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Culture Wars in Brazil: The First Vargas Regime, 1930-1945

Culture Wars in Brazil: The First Vargas Regime, 1930-1945

  • Title: Culture Wars in Brazil: The First Vargas Regime, 1930-1945
  • Author: Daryle Williams
  • ISBN: 9780822327196
  • Page: 349
  • Format: Paperback
Culture Wars in Brazil: The First Vargas Regime, 1930-1945 By Daryle Williams,



In Culture Wars in Brazil Daryle Williams analyzes the contentious politicking over the administration, meaning, and look of Brazilian culture that marked the first regime of president dictator Get lio Vargas 1883 1954 Examining a series of interconnected battles waged among bureaucrats, artists, intellectuals, critics, and everyday citizens over the state s power to reIn Culture Wars in Brazil Daryle Williams analyzes the contentious politicking over the administration, meaning, and look of Brazilian culture that marked the first regime of president dictator Get lio Vargas 1883 1954 Examining a series of interconnected battles waged among bureaucrats, artists, intellectuals, critics, and everyday citizens over the state s power to regulate and consecrate the field of cultural production, Williams argues that the high stakes struggles over cultural management fought between the Revolution of 1930 and the fall of the Estado Novo dictatorship centered on the bragging rights to brasilidade an intangible yet highly coveted sense of Brazilianness Williams draws on a rich selection of textual, pictorial, and architectural sources in his exploration of the dynamic nature of educational film and radio, historical preservation, museum management, painting, public architecture, and national delegations organized for international expositions during the unsettled era in which modern Brazil s cultural canon took definitive form In his close reading of the tensions surrounding official policies of cultural management, Williams both updates the research of the pioneer generation of North American Brazilianists, who examined the politics of state building during the Vargas era, and engages today s generation of Brazilianists, who locate the construction of national identity of modern Brazil in the Vargas era By integrating Brazil into a growing body of literature on the cultural dimensions of nations and nationalism, Culture Wars in Brazil will be important reading for students and scholars of Latin American history, state formation, modernist art and architecture, and cultural studies.


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