L. Shane Greene presents a theoretical overview of various situations – particularly their political, aesthetic, and media dimensions – that arose in the production of a book about the history of anarchism and punk rock during Peru’s war with the Maoist-inspired armed group known as the Shining Path.
This relatively unknown industry has been able to introduce complex skills and work around structural gaps and obstacles to create the foundations for a potentially viable technology and creative industry.
Eduardo Marisca: “But the need was not for technologies themselves. It’s something that they can get their hands on. The biggest problem was process.”
Hear what happened when six Comparative Media Studies graduate students went to Lima in April to work with some of Peru’s most promising entrepreneurs in the creative industries.
We found communities that embraced internet implementation and its potential for education and development, but who had not received enough training.