Identity and Discursive Practices: Spain and Latin America

Identity and Discursive Practices: Spain and Latin America

by Francisco Dominguez (Editor)

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9783906763675
Publisher: Peter Lang AG, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften
Publication date: 01/06/2000
Pages: 328
Product dimensions: 5.91(w) x 7.87(h) x (d)

About the Author

The Editor: Francisco Domínguez is Head of Latin American Studies at Middlesex University where he teaches political economy of Latin America and has expertise on economic integration in North America, Cuba's economic reform and Chile's political evolution. He has published various articles on these three fields in academic journals in the UK and in Latin America.

Table of Contents

Contents: Francisco Domínguez: Latin America, Spain, the European Union and the United States – Marco Fonseca: Words of Change: The Guatemalan Peace Process and the International Community – Lila Haines: Spanish Investment in Cuba: A Second Coming – Clare Mar-Molinero: Conflicting and Competing Identities: Language and Nationalism in the Spanish-speaking World – Arnd Schneider: Discourses of Ethnic Distinctions in Contemporary Argentina – Geoffrey Kantaris: The Repressed Signifier: The Cinema of Alejandro Agresti and Eliseo Subiela – George Lambie: The Effect of the Spanish Civil War on the Politics and Poetry of César Vallejo – Márcia Hoppe Navarro: The Search for Identity in Latin American Women's Novels of the Eighties – Linda Craig: Decolonising the Mind: Rosario Ferré's «Cuando las mujeres quieren a los hombres» – Alberto Mira: Constructions of Masculinity in the Narratives of Mundonovismo – David Vilaseca: Enjoy Your Symptoms! AIDS as a Source of 'Enjoyment' in Reinaldo Arenas's «Antes que anochezca» – Stephen Wilkinson: Behind the Screen and into the Closet: Reading Homosexuality in the Cuban Revolution through «Conducta impropia», «Antes que anochezca», and «Fresa y chocolate».

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