La guerra interminable. La conquista del oeste como modelo cultural de la guerra contra el terror
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Pérez Ochando, Luis
This document is a artículo publicadoDate2017

Este documento está disponible también en : http://hdl.handle.net/10550/66279
This paper explores the cultural representation of American Indian Wars as a precedent of the arguments that legitimized the War on Terror after 9/11. Our goal will be to analyse the film narratives about the American Indian Wars as a culturally internalized ideological pattern that reemerges as a response to newer conflicts. More specifically, we will focus on two main aspects of westerns: the philosophy of Manifest Destiny and the representation of otherness, two ideas that help to explain how dominant ideology answered the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

    Pérez Ochando, Luis. La guerra interminable. La conquista del oeste como modelo cultural de la guerra contra el terror. En: Ars longa: cuadernos de arte, 26 2017: 349-364

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