'The First Fifty Years of Hispanic New World Historiography: The Caribbean, Mexico and Central America', in The Cambridge History of Latin ... Montalvo, Juan, 'La República de América', in La literatura de ideas en América Latina, ed.
El panamericanismo . Su historia e influencia en la literatura iberoamericana . México . 127 p . ( DPU ) [ 3190 A master's thesis by a student in the National University of Mexico . Blanco , Julio Enrique .
Category: Latin America
Contains scholarly evaluations of books and book chapters as well as conference papers and articles published worldwide in the field of Latin American studies. Covers social sciences and the humanities in alternate years.
Writing, Book Markets and Epistemologies between Latin America and the Global South / Escrituras, ... como para acercarse a las ideas de su fundador y a su postura ante América Latina en el contexto político, literario y cultural ...
Author: Gesine Müller
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Category: Foreign Language Study
How can we talk about World Literature if we do not actually examine the world as a whole? Research on World Literature commonly focuses on the dynamics of a western center and a southern periphery, ignoring the fact that numerous literary relationships exist beyond these established constellations of thinking and reading within the Global South. Re-Mapping World Literature suggests a different approach that aims to investigate new navigational tools that extend beyond the known poles and meridians of current literary maps. Using the example of Latin American literatures, this study provides innovative insights into the literary modeling of shared historical experiences, epistemological crosscurrents, and book market processes within the Global South which thus far have received scant attention. The contributions to this volume, from renowned scholars in the fields of World and Latin American literatures, assess travelling aesthetics and genres, processes of translation and circulation of literary works, as well as the complex epistemological entanglements and shared worldviews between Latin America, Africa and Asia. A timely book that embraces highly innovative perspectives, it will be a must-read for all scholars involved in the field of the global dimensions of literature.
Author: Dolores Moyano MartinPublish On: 1999-01-01
155–207 ) 3406 América Latina : palavra , literatura e Comprender la literatura andina sucultura . ... historia literaria , y de las ideas , semio- hualpa y el Padre Valverde en Cajamarca en logía , crítica literaria , antropología ...
Author: Dolores Moyano Martin
Publisher: University of Texas Press
Beginning with volume 41 (1979), the University of Texas Press became the publisher of the Handbook of Latin American Studies, the most comprehensive annual bibliography in the field. Compiled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and annotated by a corps of more than 130 specialists in various disciplines, the Handbook alternates from year to year between social sciences and humanities. The Handbook annotates works on Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and the Guianas, Spanish South America, and Brazil, as well as materials covering Latin America as a whole. Most of the subsections are preceded by introductory essays that serve as biannual evaluations of the literature and research under way in specialized areas. The Handbook of Latin American Studies is the oldest continuing reference work in the field. Dolores Moyano Martin, of the Library of Congress Hispanic Division, has been the editor since 1977, and P. Sue Mundell was assistant editor from 1994 to 1998. The subject categories for Volume 56 are as follows: ∑ Electronic Resources for the Humanities ∑ Art ∑ History (including ethnohistory) ∑ Literature (including translations from the Spanish and Portuguese) ∑ Philosophy: Latin American Thought ∑ Music
El Congreso nacional de estudiantes de literatura del Perú (CONELIT) surge como un proyecto que busca ser el espacio de encuentro en el devenir de las ideas sobre la literatura latinoamericana: un panel sobre América Latina (AL).
Colonialidad y decolonialidad en la literatura indígena mexicana. El pensamiento fronterizo en Natalio Hernández. Anuario americanista europeo 9, pp. 49–63. Mignolo, W. (2007). La idea de América Latina: la herida colonial y la opción ...
Author: Pablo Baisotti
Category: Literary Criticism
This Handbook brings together essays from an impressive group of well-established and emerging scholars from all around the world, to show the many different types of violence that have plagued Latin America since the pre-Colombian era, and how each has been seen and characterized in literature and other cultural mediums ever since. This ambitious collection analyzes texts from some of the region's most tumultuous time periods, beginning with early violence that was predominately tribal and ideological in nature; to colonial and decolonial violence between colonizers and the native population; through to the political violence we have seen in the postmodern period, marked by dictatorship, guerrilla warfare, neoliberalism, as well as representations of violence caused by drug trafficking and migration. The volume provides readers with literary examples from across the centuries, showing not only how widespread the violence has been, but crucially how it has shaped the region and evolved over time.
... Materias nos permite conocer la literatura producida en América Latina sobre cada institución jurídica y social . ... a los números decimales compuestos , que sirven para expresar ideas compuestas e ideas específicas relacionadas .
Latin America was no longer simply an echo chamber of bigger events happening elsewhere, but was now at the centre of its ... I analyze early-twentieth-century responses to decadent aestheticism through ideas of aesthetic regeneration.
Author: Michela Coletta
Publisher: Liverpool Latin American Studi
How did Latin Americans represent their own countries as modern? Through a comparative analysis of Argentina, Uruguay and Chile, the book investigates four themes that were central to definitions of Latin American modernity at the turn of the twentieth century: race, the autochthonous, education, and aesthetics.
6 Walter Mignolo, The Idea of Latin America (Malden, MA: Blackwell, 2005), 59, 65. ... “La modernización literaria latinoamericana,” in La crítica de la cultura en América Latina (Barcelona: Biblioteca Ayacucho, 1985), 82–96.
Author: Ori Preuss
At the crossroad of intellectual, diplomatic, and cultural history, this book examines flows of information, men, and ideas between South American cities—mainly the port-capitals of Buenos Aires and Rio de Janeiro—during the period of their modernization. The book reconstructs this largely overlooked trend toward connectedness both as an objective process and as an assemblage of visions and policies concentrating on diverse transnational practices such as translation, travel, public visits and conferences, the print press, cultural diplomacy, intertextuality, and institutional and personal contacts. Inspired by the entangled history approach and the spatial turn in the humanities, the book highlights the importance of cross-border exchanges within the South American continent. It thus offers a correction to two major traditions in the historiography of ideas and identities in modern Latin America: the predominance of the nation-state as the main unit of analysis, and the concentration on relationships with Europe and the U.S. as the main axis of cultural exchange. Modernization, it is argued, brought segments of South America’s capital cities not only close to Paris, London, and New York, as is commonly claimed, but also to each other both physically and mentally, creating and recreating spaces, ways of thinking, and cultural-political projects at the national and regional levels.
Cultura y sociedad en América Latina. Barcelona: Anagrama. ... (2019b): “Debating World Literature Without the World: Ideas for Materializing Literary Studies Based on Examples from Latin America and the Caribbean.
Author: Gesine Müller
Publisher: Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG
Category: Foreign Language Study
The debate over the concept of world literature, which has been taking place with renewed intensity over the last twenty years, is tightly bound up with the issues of global interconnectedness in a polycentric world. Most recently, critiques of globalization-related conceptualizations, in particular, have made themselves heard: to what extent is the concept of world literature too closely connected with the political and economic dynamics of globalization? Such questions cannot be answered simply through theoretical debate. The material side of the production of world literature must therefore be more strongly integrated into the conversation than it has been. Using the example of Latin American literatures, this volume demonstrates the concrete construction processes of world literature. To that purpose, archival materials have been analyzed here: notes, travel reports, and correspondence between publishers and authors. The Latin American examples provide particularly rich information about the processes of institutionalization in the Western world, as well as new perspectives for a contemporary mapping of world literature beyond the established dynamics of canonization.