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The Diaspora of Emiliano Zapata. From the Mexican Revolution

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Transcript of The Diaspora of Emiliano Zapata. From the Mexican Revolution

Rubén Ortiz Torres, Speedy, 2005

Angel Bracho, Social Security in the Countryside, 1930

Thomas Hobbes, Leviathan (London, 1651), frontispice

Diego Rivera, “Emiliano Zapata. Corrido de la Revolución”, from series Cosmography of Modern Mexico, 1928-29
F. Moray or McKay (attributed), General Emiliano Zapata, 1911

J. Mora, Zapata muerto, 1919

Diego Rivera, Mártir agrario Emiliano Zapata, 1925-1927

Diego Rivera, Emiliano Zapata Martyr, 1924

Don Panchito en Cuautla. Un arco triunfal, 1911
El Ahuizote, August 31, 1911, No. 16, 3.

José Guadalupe Posada, La Jeringa de Zapata, ca. 1912

Emiliano Zapata, ca. 1911

Emiliano Zapata, ca. 1915

Mexico 1910s-1930s
Archivo Casasola, Zapatista Troops Entering Mexico City, 1914

Zapata-The Mexican Attila, Harper's Weekly; A Journal of Civilization, January 20, 1912
Diego Rivera, Agrarian Leader Zapata, 1931

Diego Rivera, Exploitation and Insurrection, Zapata Leading Agrarian Revolt, 1929-1930

Poster for the movie Viva Zapata!, 1952

Speedy Gonzalez, 1953

Emanuel Martínez, Tierra o Muerte, 1967

Cover of Politica. Quince días de México y el Mundo, Year VII, No. 151, August 1, 1966

Arnold Belkin, Series Lucio Cabañas, 1985-86

Oventic Murals, Chiapas
Taniperla mural, MARZ-RFM, Chiapas, 1998
Auditorium and house-clinic murals, Oventic, Chiapas

Mario Ybarra Jr.., Alien Nation, 2006

Nico, Series Zapata Vive, ca. 2010. East Los Angeles
U.S. 1930s-1950s
McKee Barclay, Untitled. The Baltimore Sun, ca. 1913
Clifford Kennedy Berryman, What?... Again!, The Washington Star, April 4, 1919
Ringside seat to the Mexican Revolution at El Paso, TX, ca. 1911

Making off-Life of Villa, 1912

Walt Disney, The Three Caballeros, 1944

Emiliano Zapata, 1919
Still from Viva Zapata!, 1952
Helen Popenow, Good Neighbor Paper Dolls, 1944

A. Briquet, Rural Guards. State of Mexico, ca. 1885.
Hugo Brehme, A Rural, ca. 1910
David Alfaro Siqueiros, Zapata, 1931
José Clemente Orozco, Zapatistas, 1931
Roberto Chavez, Self Portrait with Speedy Gonzalez, 1963
Mexico 1960s-2000s
U.S. 1960s-2000s
March to the Zocalo Plaza, Student Movement, August 13, 1968

President Gustavo Díaz Ordaz and colleagues, posing below a Siqueiros´s mural at the Palace of Fine Arts. Diario Excélsior, August 28, 1968.
Rescue of Julio Hirschfeld Almada, Mexico's director of airports, at the Frente Zapatista Urbano hideout. Diario Excélsior, September 28, 1971.

Felipe Ehrenberg, Zapata Today, 1976
Alberto Gironella, Burial of Zapata and Other Burial, 1972
Alberto Gironella, Zapata, 1972
Salvador Romero González, Zapata Symbolizes the Land, 1935

Luis Arenal, Zapata and Cárdenas, 1938

Poster for the movie Viva Zapata!, 1952
Antonio Bernal, Untitled, 1968. Headquarters of Teatro Campesino, Del Rey, California

Daniel Salazar, El Mandilon, 1995
José Manuel Burciaga, Last Supper of Chicano Heroes, 1988. Casa Zapata, Standford University
United Farm Workers, Graphic Center, La Paz, California, 1970
United Farm Workers poster for a fund-raising dance for César Chavez´s legal defense fund.
Angel Rodríguez-Díaz, the Protagonist of and Endless Story, 1993
Santa Barraza, Zapata with Maguey, 1991
Rupert Garcia, Zapata, 1969
Ralph Maradiaga, Zapata, ca. 1972
Alfredo Arreguín, The Retun to Aztlan, 2006
The Great American Boycott march, Los Angeles, May 1, 2006
Ismael. Lowrider Tattoo Studios, 2010. Fountain Valley, CA ‎
Queer Nation, 2012. Mexico City
Lalo Alcaraz, Obama Zapata, 2008
Patrick St. John, Zapata, 2008
The Diaspora of Emiliano Zapata:
From the Mexican Revolution to the American Imagination
Luis Vargas-Santiago
UT Austin
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