4 edition of Documenting movements, identity, and popular culture in Latin America found in the catalog.
Documenting movements, identity, and popular culture in Latin America
Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials, Inc. Meeting
by SALALM Secretariat, Benson Latin American Collection, The General Libraries, University of Texas at Austin in [Austin]
Written in English
|Statement||Richard F. Phillips, editor.|
|Contributions||Phillips, Richard F. 1949-, Vanderbilt University.|
|LC Classifications||Z688.L4 S46 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 314 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||314|
|LC Control Number||2001330666|
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In book: Documenting movements, identity & popular culture in Latin America, Chapter: Documenting Maya resurgence: Trends in Maya scholarship and Author: Edward F. Fischer. Documenting movements, identity, and popular culture in Latin America: papers of the Forty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials, Nashville, Tennessee, May June 3, In this important new book Jorge Larrain examines the trajectories of modernity and identity in Latin America and their reciprocal relationships.
Drawing on a large body of work across a vast historical and geographical range, he offers an innovative and wide-ranging account of the cultural transformations and processes of modernization that have occurred in Latin America since Cited by: This book, paying attention to the axes of identity, strategy, and democracy, grew out of the authors' shared and growing interest in contemporary social movements and the vast theoretical literature on these movements produced during the s, particularly in Latin America and Western by: Book Description.
The Routledge History of Latin American Culture delves into the cultural history of Latin America from the end of the colonial period to the twentieth century, focusing on the formation of national, racial, and ethnic identity, the culture of resistance, the effects of Eurocentrism, and the process of cultural hybridity to show how the people of Latin America have.
Documenting Latin America / edited by Erin E. O'Connor, Leo J. Garofalo. Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN (v. 1) ISBN (v. 1) 1. Latin America—History—To —Sources. O’Connor, Erin. Garofalo, Leo. FD63 —dc22 A synthetic “master narrative” on popular movements in 19th-century Latin America has yet to appear. Popular movements are, of course, treated in general histories of the region or individual nation-states.
Most studies on popular movements focus on distinct and specific popular actions, in one country, often with a focus on one region. Last week, a teacher tweeted me to ask about ‘must read’ books on Central American history for an A-level student.
And so, I’ve finally got around to putting together my list of the top ten books on Latin American (okay, mostly Mexican) history (or at least the best ten to occur to me!).
From the early 20th-century activism of W.E.B. Dubois and Marcus Garvey through the civil rights movement, African-Americans have consolidated a powerful notion of identity.
Latin America has seen wars, dictators, famines, economic booms, foreign interventions, and a whole assortment of varied calamities over the and every period of its history is crucial in some way to understanding the present-day character of the land.
However, Afro-Latin-American and Afro-Latinx identity has not always been visible or respected in mainstream Latin American and US culture. Only infor example, did Mexico begin to count individuals of African descent in their own separate. Written by contributors who are scholars and specialists in the cultures and languages of Latin America, the book focuses on the historical, social, and political forces that have shaped Latino culture sinceparticularly in the last two s: 2.
Latin American culture is the formal or informal expression of the people of Latin America and includes both high culture (literature and high art) and popular culture (music, folk art, and dance) as well as religion and other customary practices.
Definitions of Latin America vary. From a cultural perspective, Latin America generally refers to those parts of the Americas of Spanish and. Latin American Popular Culture since Independence demonstrates that history can be serious fun.
This wide-ranging collection leads the reader along less traveled paths through Latin America’s last two centuries. Moreover, it brings together a distinguished group of talented researchers who share their expertise with wit and s: 2. Welcome to the companion website for the eighth edition of Oxford’s Modern Latin website was developed by students at Brown University working with Professor James N.
Green in the course “Modern Latin America” and is hosted by Brown University Libraries. KEY WORDS: identity politics, social movements, intellectuals ABSTRACT The phrase "identity politics" has come to encapsulate a wide diversity of op-positional movements in contemporary Latin America, marking a transition away from the previous moment of unified, "national-popular.
Documenting movements, identity, and popular culture in Latin America: papers of the Forty-Fourth Annual Meeting of the Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials, Nashville, Tennessee, May June 3, ().
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Attention to afrodescendant and indigenous women viewed as “other” to dominant sectors; sex tourism; state regulation of sexuality; reproductive and sexual health; and sexual and racial landscapes in social movements.
Latin American art, artistic traditions that developed in Mesoamerica, Central America, and South America after contact with the Spanish and the Portuguese beginning in andrespectively, and continuing to the present. Read more about Latin America’s artists, movements, and media.
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