Articles Tagged “Mexico ”

Publishing in Exile, German-language Literature in the U.S. in the 1940s

by Nicolle Elizabeth, April 28, 2009

According to curator Paul North, never in history has there been an event on German publishers exiled by the Third Reich in one show. íOur task tonight is to bring a group of publishers into view,ë North said. íThe right to discourse was taken.ë The panel and show was revelatory,…...read more »

From the Archives: Rx for World Cup Withdrawal

by Susan Harris, July 14, 2010

If the end of the World Cup has left you, in the words of Mexico's Álvaro Enrigue, "socceristically disoriented," we prescribe Enrigue's elegiac "Readymade" from our June 2006 issue. This memoir of Mexico's hapless Club de Fútbol Pachuca and its Alfonso "the Fool" Madrigal entwines…...read more »

Ayotzinapa

by Elena Poniatowska, November 13, 2014

On October 26, 2014, a national assembly of Morena (Movement for National Regeneration) was held at the Zócalo in Mexico City, marking one month of the disappearance of the forty-three students of the rural teachers’ college of Ayotzinapa. Amid the crowds chanting “Vivos se los llevaron,…...read more »