"Toma‐La Ciudad" : Intersubjective Activism in Guadalajara's Streets and City Museum

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The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology. 2019, 24(1), pp. 221-241. ISSN 1935-4932. eISSN 1935-4940. Available under: doi: 10.1111/jlca.12386
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In autumn 2013, an activist network in Guadalajara, Mexico, mounted a museum exhibition, carried out interventions in city streets, and organized various events to persuade urban dwellers and government officials to address problems in the metropolis. The mostly middle-class activists used the phrase “Toma-la Ciudad” (Take the City) to encourage urban dwellers to engage in organized civil society efforts that would have the potential to reshape Guadalajara. Based on ethnographic fieldwork among participating groups, this article introduces the concept of “intersubjective activism” and employs it as a means by which to analyze the uses of and references to sensory experiences of the city. By inciting empathic responses toward how others experience the city, activists sought to break down some of the barriers that characterize Mexico’s inequalities. They also appeared to have learned lessons from previous forms of activism in which violent protests did not achieve their desired goals.

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En el otoño de 2013, una red de activistas en Guadalajara, México, montó una exhibición en un museo, realizó intervenciones en las calles de la ciudad, y organizó eventos para persuadir a los habitantes urbanos y a oficiales de gobierno a remediar los problemas de la metrópolis. En su mayoría miembros de la clase media, los activistas usaron el nombre “Toma‐la Ciudad” para alentar a la población de la ciudad a involucrarse en esfuerzos de la sociedad civil organizada que tendrían el potencial de remodelar Guadalajara. Con base en trabajo etnográfico entre grupos involucrados, este artículo presenta el concepto “activismo intersubjetivo” y lo utiliza como medio para analizar los usos y las referencias a las experiencias sensoriales de la ciudad. Al estimular respuestas empáticas hacia cómo otros viven la ciudad, los activistas buscaron reducir las desigualdades en México. También parecieron aprender lecciones de activistas que les precedieron, cuyas protestas violentas no alcanzaron las metas deseadas.

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300 Sozialwissenschaften, Soziologie
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Mexico, social movements, cities, mobility, cycling, intersubjectivity, sensory experiences
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ISO 690ACOSTA-GARCÍA, Raùl, 2019. "Toma‐La Ciudad" : Intersubjective Activism in Guadalajara's Streets and City Museum. In: The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology. 2019, 24(1), pp. 221-241. ISSN 1935-4932. eISSN 1935-4940. Available under: doi: 10.1111/jlca.12386
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@article{AcostaGarcia2019TomaL-45606,
  year={2019},
  doi={10.1111/jlca.12386},
  title={"Toma‐La Ciudad" : Intersubjective Activism in Guadalajara's Streets and City Museum},
  number={1},
  volume={24},
  issn={1935-4932},
  journal={The Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology},
  pages={221--241},
  author={Acosta-García, Raùl}
}
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