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by Carlos Monsivais,Susana Glusker,Anita Brenner

eBook Anita Brenner: Vision of an Age epub
  • ISBN: 9685208786
  • Author: Carlos Monsivais,Susana Glusker,Anita Brenner
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Individual Artists
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Editorial RM; Bilingual edition (March 1, 2007)
  • Pages: 168 pages
  • ePUB size: 1450 kb
  • FB2 size 1631 kb
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Anita Brenner (born Hanna Brenner; 13 August 1905 – 1 December 1974) was a transnational Jewish scholar and intellectual, who wrote extensively in English about the art, culture, and history of Mexico

Anita Brenner (born Hanna Brenner; 13 August 1905 – 1 December 1974) was a transnational Jewish scholar and intellectual, who wrote extensively in English about the art, culture, and history of Mexico. She was born in Mexico, raised and educated in the . and returned to Mexico in the 1920s following the Mexican Revolution. She coined the term 'Mexican Renaissance', "to describe the cultural florescence emerged from the revolution

The daughter of Anita Brenner and author of the book Anita Brenner: A Mind of Her Own, SUSANNAH JOEL GLUSKER teaches Mexican Women of. .A wonderful book, with great narrative, photographs and art by the protagonists. One person found this helpful.

The daughter of Anita Brenner and author of the book Anita Brenner: A Mind of Her Own, SUSANNAH JOEL GLUSKER teaches Mexican Women of Note and Mexican Art of the Early Twentieth Century at the Universidad Iberoamericana, translates, and writes for various publications.

Anita Brenner : Vision of an Ag. Los ensayos que exploran este interesante y variado universo personal son de Carlos Monsiváis, Alicia Azuela y Susana Glusker, entre otros.

Anita Brenner : Vision of an Age. Hardback. By (author) Ana Indych, By (author) Carlos Monsivais. Format Hardback 168 pages.

Drawing on Brenner's unpublished journals and autobiographical novel, as well as on her published writing, Glusker describes the origin and impact of Brenner's three major books, Idols Behind Altars, Your Mexican Holiday, and The Wind That Swept Mexico. Along the way, Glusker traces Brenner's support of many liberal causes, including her championship of Mexico as a haven for Jewish immigrants in the early 1920s.

In this book, her daughter, Susannah Glusker, traces Brenner's intellectual growth .

In this book, her daughter, Susannah Glusker, traces Brenner's intellectual growth and achievements from the 1920s through the 1940s. Drawing on Brenner's unpublished journals and autobiographical novel, as well as on her published writing, Glusker describes the origin and impact of Brenner's three major books, Idols Behind Altars, Your Mexican Holiday, and The Wind That Swept Mexico.

Anita Brenner (eigentlich Hanna Brenner) wurde in Aguascalientes .

Anita Brenner (eigentlich Hanna Brenner) wurde in Aguascalientes, Mexiko, als Tochter lettischer Einwanderer geboren, floh 1916 nach dem Ausbruch der mexikanischen Revolution mit ihren Eltern in die USA nach San Antonio. Mit 18 Jahren brach sie ihr Studium ab und kehrte nach Mexiko zurück, um die dortige Kultur zu studieren. In dieser Zeit gründete Anita Brenner die Zeitschrift Mexico/This Month, die sie selbst herausgab. Nadia Ugalde, Carlos Monsiváis, Ana Indych, Alicia Azuela, Carol Miller, Susana Glusker: Visión de una época, Vision of an Age. RM Verlag, Barcelona 2007, ISBN 978-968-5208-78-9.

By Susannah Joel Glusker. Foreword by Carlos Monsivais. Anita retold the story of that revolution in the two books for which she is best known: I dols behind Altars and The Wind That Swept Mexico. This intellectual biography brings to light a complex, fascinating woman who bridged many worlds-the United States and Mexico, art and politics, professional work and family life. Anita Brenner's life (1905-1974) is a good example of a woman at home in both countries. She was born in Aguascalientes, Mexico, and educated in Texas and New York.

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Anita Brenner (aka Hanna Brenner or Anita Glusker; 13 August 1905 – 1 December 1974) was a Mexican author of children's literature and books on Mexican art and history. As a child of immigrants, Brenner's heritage caused her to experience both antisemitism and acceptance. Fleeing discrimination in Texas, she found mentors and colleagues among the European Jewish diaspora living in both Mexico and New York, but Mexico, not the US or Europe, held her loyalty and enduring interest

Susanna Glusker (University of Texas Press, Austin, 2010). Santa Fe New Mexican, Pasatiempo section, 2012. Khristaan D. Villela.

Susanna Glusker (University of Texas Press, Austin, 2010). Jazz Age Chronicles: Anita Brenner on Mexico’s Avant-Garde Art and Artists.

On the occasion of the centennial of her birth, Anita Brenner has been remembered as a collector, a writer and a crucial force in twentieth-century history--on one reporting trip from Mexico to Europe she sent Diego Rivera a telegram reading, "Uncle is sick and would like a Mexican holiday." Shortly afterwards Leon Trotsky made his way to sanctuary with Rivera in Mexico City. Sanctuary of a sort--Rivera later bragged that he had taken Trotsky in so as to arrange his assassination. Brenner, who wrote regularly for the New York Times and The Nation, had also served as a conduit north for Rivera's early work, and was widely known as an editor (the magazine she founded and ran, Mexico/This Month, was published for 17 years), an author (her history of Mexico, Idols Behind Altars, was illustrated by Edward Weston and Tina Modotti) and not least, a central hostess of her era (with friends like the Italian anarchist Carlo Tresca, underground agent Whittaker Chambers and artists Frida Kahlo, Henry Moore and Isamu Noguchi). Anita Brenner presents, for the first time, the art collection that reflects this extraordinary, inimitable life, featuring previously unpublished work by Rivera and others, pre-Hispanic objects, folk art and photographs by Weston, Modotti and more
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