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by Eva Bueno,Terry Caesar

Imagination Beyond Nation: Latin American Popular Culture (Pitt Latin American Studies) download ebook
ISBN:
082294085X
ISBN13:
978-0822940852
Author:
Eva Bueno,Terry Caesar
Publisher:
University of Pittsburgh Press; 1 edition (March 4, 1999)
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328 pages
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1653 kb
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1399 kb
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4.7

Series: Pitt Latin American Studies. Introduction The Politics of the Popular in Latin American Popular Culture.

Series: Pitt Latin American Studies. Published by: University of Pittsburgh Press. Book Description: Can scholarly pursuit of soap operas and folk art actually reveal a national imagination? This innovative collection features studies of iconography in Mexico, telenovelas in Venezuela, drama in Chile, cinema in Brazil, comic strips and tango in Argentina, and ceramics in Peru.

Eva P. Bueno, Terry Caesar, eds. Imagination Beyond Nation: Latin American Popular Culture. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 1998. A generation ago, Ariel Dorfman and Armand Mattelart virtually launched the field of Latin American cultural studies with their brilliantly titled Para leer el Pato Donald (Buenos Aires: Siglo Veintiuno, 1972) in which they subjected the values of the Disney pantheon to scrutiny from a perspective of Chile's Popular Unity era.

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Eva Bueno, Terry Caesar. Terry Caesar teaches American literature and literary theory at Clarion Univ. and is the author of Forgiving the Boundaries), Conspiring with Forms and Writing in Disguise. His essays have been published in American Literary History, History, Substance, and the Yale Journal of Criticism. Библиографические данные.

Can scholarly pursuit of soap operas and folk art actually reveal a national imagination? This innovative collection features studies of iconography in Mexico, telenovelas in Venezuela, drama in Chile, cinema in Brazil, comic strips and tango in Argentina, and ceramics in Peru.

Imagination Beyond Nation has been added to your Cart . and is the author ofForgiving the Boundaries), Conspiring with Forms and Writing in Disguise. His essays have been published inAmerican Literary History, History, Substance, and the Yale Journal of Criticism. Series: Pitt Latin American Series.

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Note: Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, c1998. Subject: Popular culture - Latin America.

Imagination Beyond Nation: Latin American Popular Culture . Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press. pp. 7, 14, 227–229, 230–232, 243. ISBN 978-0-8229-5686-0. Margaret M. Lock; Judith Farquhar (2007). Beyond the Body Proper: Reading the Anthropology of Material Life.

Can scholarly pursuit of soap operas and folk art actually reveal a national imagination? This innovative collection features studies of iconography in Mexico, telenovelas in Venezuela, drama in Chile, cinema in Brazil, comic strips and tango in Argentina, and ceramics in Peru. In examining these popular arts, the scholars gathered here ask the same broad questions: what precisely is a national culture at the level of the popular? The national idea in Latin America emerges from these pages as a problematic, divided one, worth sustained attention in the field of culture studies. Many different arts come forth in all their richness and vitality, compelling us to look, listen, and understand.