pancho villa


Wednesday, July 31st, 2013

Yet Another Chapter in the History of American Representations of the “Mexican”: “Pancho Villa”

Comic Book Style, From Avon Comics, 1950 {via Steve Lopez’s Blog} From the textmex obsessed imagination of Memo Nericcio Click the cover for the link to the full-color story… This article was first published in textmex galleryblog. William Anthony Nericcio, aka “Memo,” is the Director of San Diego State University’s ever-evolving MALAS program (The Master of Arts in

Thursday, February 7th, 2013

Pancho Villa! Hollywood Darling

From the textmex obsessed imagination of Memo Nericcio The introduction of Tex-Mex is a thinly disguised love letter to Paul Virilio, whose War & Cinema infected my synapses in a determinate fashion back in the go-go days of deconstruction, when frenchie intellectual...

Tuesday, November 20th, 2012

Día de la Revolución: Pancho Villa and My Grandfather

By Tony Castro, Voxxi My grandfather, Jose Angel Castro, was 14 when he first met Pancho Villa who had fled to the northern state of Chihuahua after killing an officer of the Mexican army and stealing his...

Thursday, November 15th, 2012

Mexico’s Day of the Revolution – A Holiday Worth Celebrating

By Phillipe Diederich, Voxxi November 20th is Mexico’s Día de la Revolución (Day of the Revolution). It’s not Independence Day, and it’s certainly not Cinco de Mayo, which celebrates the Mexican victory over the French during the battle of...