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They have been key in producing a unified image amidst political conflicts, regional fractures, and internal conflicts based on class, ethnicity, culture, etc.

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Social Crisis, Sexual Crisis Throughout the years of developmentalist state policies in Chile, gender and sexual discourses were inscribed in larger liberal narratives of nation building and citizenship where normative ideals of the orderly heterosexual family were mobilized as metaphors for the nation. As freedom from encroachment by others and from collective institutions, it entails an atomistic ontology, a metaphysics of separation, an ethos of defensiveness, and abstract equality.

These debates overlap with the questions worked by other disciplines. My focus is also akin to the recent feminist interest in making masculinities and men visible and in examining the role of women and the accompanying narratives of femininity in war, occupation, colonialism, operations lbro transnational corporations, tourism and nationalist movements.

Despite its abrupt end, Sabor Latino sedimented a narrative marked by an ambivalent relationship between the narratives of military ideology sexual repression and neoliberalism sexual freedomequating dictatorship with sexual repression or censorship, and democracy with the neoliberal version of sexual freedom. The conditions for 28 agency—which is not to be confounded with mere voluntarism—have broadly been explored by feminist scholarship, most significantly by Judith Butler.

However, adherence to traditional gender ideologies did not necessarily protect human rights activist women from military violence, as Brian Loveman points out: Recent feminist scholarship has paid particular attention to the links between becoming a gendered subject and becoming a subject of the nation, processes through which subjects, both mouian individual and collective, find their place within prefigured nationalist narratives.

In their everyday lives, campesinas negotiated these state-promoted meanings of respectability and equality with their bosses, partners, and children. Inat the age of 23, I was fortunate that my family was able to help me end an unwanted pregnancy by paying for an illegal abortion. Moreover, in the National Doctrine that shaped dominant state discourse under the dictatorship, bodies were portrayed as monstrous in a Cold War narrative that deemed Moklian or any other collective-oriented practices such as participating in unions, rural collectives, 58 student organizations, etc.

La Forja de Ilusiones: El Sistema de Partidos, by Tomás Moulian

In turn, individual and collectively embodied subjects engage in activism both invoking these gender categories, and attempting to contest, change, or expand their meanings, in order to achieve recognition and rights from the state, as in the case of feminist and transgender activism. On the contrary, it was functional to the military domestic ideology, to the illusion of the economic boom, but mostly, to the illusion of a Chilean destape during the dictatorship.

Because of the right-wing’s appropriation of the concept of freedom, the left seems to have altogether abandoned it from its discourse, focusing instead on a rather narrow concept of “equality. Franco, applying Anderson’s ideas to Mexico, shows the themes present in early national literature, such as the liberal notion that the natural place of women is the domestic and the private sphere, and how laws are made for men to “protect” women.

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Based on the principles of the transnational anarcho-feminist festival, LadyFest, which promoted horizontal collaboration and participation as a means of politicization, mf individual and collective empowerment, FemFest was inspired by the riot grrl llbro of the Pacific Northwest in the Consune States.

As a consequence, a significant proportion of the Chilean population was forced to rely upon individual, familial, and community-based survival strategies to supplement declining wages, faltering employment and reduced state support [ Additionally, mechanisms 17 for self-control and self-surveillance have been historicized and analyzed by Michel Foucault and Judith Butler, the latter figure further exploring the specific psychic mechanisms of subjection, such as the heterosexual matrix, so that sexed and gendered subjectivities can be seen as power formations in themselves.

I argue that these performances can offer a critique of the legacies and continuities of neoliberalism and militarism in the Chilean post-dictatorship, by transmitting the embodied knowledge of experiences and stories omitted from the grand narratives of the post-dictatorship. Moreover, the national space was reconfigured in the social imaginary as an even field of opportunity, in which successful subjects are creative, cpnsumo individuals who can advance themselves through their own efforts.

An example is the way the right wing often used accusations of male homosexuality to discredit their political opponents on the left. Especially in Bodies That Matter: Her research complicates readings of working-class women as passive victims and rather emphasizes the agency and shifts in gendered power relations.

This view is fixed with an unencumbered access to the marketplace to provide cost-effectiveness, competition, and innovation, resulting in lower prices and more choices for the consumer, greater profits for the successful entrepreneur, growth for the economy and greater benefits and opportunities for all.

I provide examples of these spectacles and untangle how gender and sexuality are displayed to achieve a sense of nation. The multiple and complex relationships between gender, sexuality, desire, institutions, and subjectivity has been the focus of significant scholarship on gender and sexuality in Latin America see the essays edited by French and Bliss in Gender, Sexuality, and Power in Latin America Since Independence.

But neoliberalism is not a universal set of principles from which a single neoliberal subject emerges in a deterministic way. The show can further be seen as a screen where sexual and racial fantasies and desires about a national project were projected.

Roberto, my favourite cousin, is the son that my uncle never got to meet. I try to understand how neoliberalism, militarism, and nationalism are being negotiated, resisted, and transformed through post-dictatorship queer and feminist performances, while at the same time weaving in some reflections of my own autobiography in relation to the sexualized spectacles of neoliberalism, the body, and performance as a political practice.

Banner on the site of construction building leftadvertising billboard for late-night telenovela. Debord also notes that the central commodities of industrialized societies are products that deepen social isolation, such as cars and TVs: For our death money was paid, a blood price like the one Judas received.

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Significantly, Da Silva argues that men consume not only voyeuristic experiences but also romance, and play into heterosexual romantic scripts in their relationship with women, involving themselves emotionally.

Cynthia Enloe, for example, looking at international politics, advocates for a consideration of how ideologies of gender and sexuality shape political conflicts and global economic decisions, so we can understand how notions of femininity and masculinity create and 20 sustain global inequalities Enloe 2.

Their impulse to protest wasn’t medieval, it was prehistoric. The Mall is the place to see and be seen, where complicated desires take place in the seduction cobsumo consumption of these eroticized objects. A key assumption of neoliberalism is that the free market is the most efficient mechanism for the production and distribution of goods in society.

Spectacles participate not only in the Imaginary level by providing a unified image for the nation as a subject, but also in the Symbolic, which organizes meaning.

I xonsume astonished to read reactions of disgust at the sight of public breastfeeding on online forums, comparing it to masturbating or urinating in public. Christmas Card by Las Choras del Puerto.

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Scene from the film “Empanada de Pino” Chile, At the same time, as Taylor points out, spectacles interpellate us as participants, making us participants of a particular toma of looking, and finding our place within the national drama, shaping our imaginations and our sense of belonging in a community, part of a larger whole.

UBC Theses and Dissertations. Particular historical contexts enable the specific versions of manhood and womanhood that are acceptable, desirable, and even imaginable for different subjects according to their race, class, place, etc. For most of my childhood I toma a deep sense of inadequacy: Between the s and the s, throughout the Popular Front and the Agrarian Reform, institutions such as redistributive welfare systems and labour institutions had forged conditions for the political constitution of collective subjects who were able to negotiate their power relations with the state, despite the authoritarian origins of the government.

In this way, newly formed republics drew on traditional colonial ideologies and values to construct the new state’s legitimacy and imagine the nation.

I consider the imaginary and symbolic dimensions of the state, especially in their gendered and sexualized 19 forms, and how the relationship between the state and individual and collective subjects is imagined and acquires meaning, or makes sense. While advanced neoliberalism seems to present diversity as a mere juxtaposition of differences that do not threaten each other nor toams larger project of social peace and reconciliation, we them seem to require more mobile and fragmentary tactics.

The prosecution has already pressed charges while the minor lays unconscious liibro a hospital bed. Additionally, it presented the appearance of a more democratic military government as they seemed to be facing something that they did not approve of, but were lenient enough to allow it to be discussed in newspapers.