THE CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF LATINA/O AMERICAN LITERATURE

THE CAMBRIDGE HISTORY OF LATINA/O AMERICAN LITERATURE

John Morán González (University of Texas, USA) – Editor

Cambridge, Reino Unido. CAMBRIDGE University Press. ISBN: 9781107183087. 550 págs. Abril de 2018. Encuadernado.

PVP EUR 145,00 (4% IVA incluido)

Este nuevo libro enfatiza la importancia de la comprensión de la literatura latina no solo como un fenómeno étnico de Estados Unidos sino más como un elemento más importante de la imaginación literaria transamericana.

Redefine el contorno de la literatura americana latina, actualiza la definición de latino/a para contar también la diáspora de la región latinoamericana y caribeña, previamente ocupadas por los imperios de España y Portugal, incluyendo también Haití y Brasil.

 

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Extracto del índice:

List of contributors

Acknowledgements: Introduction

Part I. Rereading the Colonial Archive: Transculturation and Conflict, 1492–1810:

1. Indigenous Herencias: Creoles, mestizaje, and nations before nationalism

2. Performing to a captive audience: dramatic encounters in the borderlands of empire

3. The tricks of the weak: Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz and the feminist temporality of Latina literature

4. Rethinking the colonial Latinx literary imaginary: a comparative and decolonial research agenda

5. The historical and imagined cultural geographies of Latinidad

Part II. The Roots and Routes of Latina/o Literature: The Literary Emergence of a Trans-American Imaginary, 1783–1912:

6. Whither Latinidad?: the trajectories of Latin American, Caribbean, and Latina/o literature

7. Father Félix Varela and the emergence of an organized Latina/o minority in early nineteenth-century New York City

8. Transamerican New Orleans: Latino literature of the Gulf of Mexico, from the Spanish colonial period to post-Katrina

9. Trajectories of exchange: toward histories of Latino literature

10. Narratives of displacement in places that once were Mexican

11. Latina feminism, Latina racism and unspeakable violence: travel narratives, novels of reform, and histories of genocide and lynching

12. José Martí, comparative reading, and the emergence of Latino modernity in gilded-age New York

13. Afro-Latinidad: phoenix rising from a hemisphere’s racist flames

Part III. Negotiating Literary Modernity: Between Colonial Subjectivity and National Citizenship, 1910–79:

14. Oratory, memoir, and theater: performances of race and class in the early twentieth-century Latina/o public sphere

15. Literary revolutions in the borderlands: transnational dimensions of the Mexican Revolution and its diaspora in the United States

16. Making it nuevo: Latina/o modernist poetics remake high Euro-American modernism

17. The archive and Afro-Latina/o field-formation: Arturo Alfonso Schomburg at the intersection of Puerto Rican and African American literatures

18. Floricanto en Aztlán: Chicano cultural nationalism and its epic discontents

19. ‘The geography of their complexion’: Nuyorican poetry and its legacies

20. Cuban American counterpoint: the heterogeneity of Cuban American literature, culture, and politics

21. Latina/o theater and performance in the contexts of social movements

Part IV. Literary Migrations across the Americas, 1980–2017:

22. Undocumented immigration in Latina/o literature

23. Latina feminist theory and writing

24. Invisible no more: US central American literature before and beyond the age of neoliberalism

25. Latina/o life narratives: crafting self-referential forms in the colonial milieu of the Americas

26. Poetics of the ‘majority minority’

27. The Quisqueya diaspora: the emergence of Latina/o literature from Hispaniola

28. Listening to literature: popular music, voice, and dance in the Latina/o literary imagination, 1980–2010

29. Brazuca literature: old and new currents, countercurrents, and undercurrents

30. Staging Latinidad and interrogating neoliberalism in contemporary Latina/o performance and border art

31. Transamerican popular forms of Latina/o literature: genre fiction, graphic novels, and digital environments

32. trauma, translation, and migration in the crossfire of the Americas: the intersection of Latina/o and South American literatures

33. The Mesoamerican corridor, central American transits, and Latina/o becomings

34. Differential visions: the diasporic stranger, subalternity, and the transing of experience in US Puerto Rican literature

35. Temporal borderlands: toward decolonial queer temporality in Latina/o literature

Epilogue: Latina/o literature: the borders are burning

Chronology

Bibliography

Index.

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