The study of homosexuality in Mexico can be divided into three separate periods, coinciding with the three main periods of Mexican history : pre-Columbian, colonial , and post-independence, in spite of the fact that the rejection of homosexuality forms a connecting thread that crosses the three periods. The data on the pre-Columbian people and those of the period of colonization is scarce and obscure. Historians often described the indigenous customs that surprised them or that they disapproved of, but tended to take a position of accusation or apology, which makes it impossible to distinguish between reality and propaganda. In general, it seems that the Mexica were as homophobic as the Spanish, and that other indigenous peoples tended to be much more tolerant,  to the point of honoring Two-Spirit people as shamans. The history of homosexuality in the colonial period and after independence is still in great part yet to be studied.
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Through intimate encounters with the life and work of five contemporary gay male directors, this book develops a framework for interpreting what it means to make a gay film or adopt a gay point of view. For most of the twentieth century, gay characters and gay themes were both underrepresented and misrepresented in mainstream cinema. Since the s, however, a new generation of openly gay directors has turned the closet inside out, bringing a poignant immediacy to modern cinema and popular culture. Combining his experienced critique with in-depth interviews, Emanuel Levy draws a clear timeline of gay filmmaking over the past four decades and its particular influences and innovations. While recognizing the "queering" of American culture that resulted from these films, Levy also takes stock of the ensuing conservative backlash and its impact on cinematic art, a trend that continues alongside a growing acceptance of homosexuality. In this comparative study of the lives and work of five openly gay present-day filmmakers, film historian and critic Levy All About Oscar asserts that the directors and their work have relevance Read full review.
In a time of ever-increasing migration of capital and human beings, this book turns on its head the usual perspective of U. Mary K. Long, Director of International Spanish for the Professions, University of Colorado, Boulder, has written on the work of Salvador Novo and on cross-cultural exchange between Latin America and the United States in the business and non-profit sectors.
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