Looking for Asian ‘mestizaje’ in Mexican History

By Emilia Sawada, PhD Candidate in Social and Cultural Analysis.¬†This post was written in the summer of 2017, based on research funded by the Tinker Grant.¬† Although I spent only two weeks in the field (Mexico City, Mexico), this research expedition generated a wealth of information about two subjects of interest: post-revolutionary Mexican public artContinue reading “Looking for Asian ‘mestizaje’ in Mexican History”