Inscribing the border: schizophrenia and the aesthetics of Aztla´n
Late modernity is replete with new borders that defy traditional geographic notions of scale. The irruption of such transverse borders is seen by some as signalling a threatening loss of the link between place and identity. Yet others have viewed this as a productive decentring. The Chicano movement and the aesthetic production that arises from it illustrates this productivity. Chicano national identity is actively produced through the revisioning of space that both draws from and defies geopolitical borders. This challenges geographers and other border-based scholars to rethink the ways that borders manage late modern power.
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Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Department of International Relations, DM 432, Florida International University, Miami, FL 33199, USA
Publication date: 2000-09-01