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Biting Back: Subaltern Agency through Anthropophagy in Contemporary Latin American Art

Robert K. Smith


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Title

Biting Back: Subaltern Agency through Anthropophagy in Contemporary Latin American Art

Author

Robert K. Smith

Advisor

Eva Diaz

Date

2014

Subject

  • Contemporary Art, Latin America,

    Abstract

    In this thesis, I argue that when viewed through the anthropophagic lens, work relating to the subaltern demonstrates that it is possible to create platforms from which the subaltern can “talk back,” successfully asserting themselves without
    sacrificing or further suppressing their unique voices.

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Citation

Robert K. Smith, “Biting Back: Subaltern Agency through Anthropophagy in Contemporary Latin American Art ,” History of Art & Design Theses, accessed September 22, 2017, http://hadthesis.pratt.edu/items/show/48.