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Spaces for Difference: An Interdisciplinary Journal     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
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Studies in Latin American Popular Culture     Full-text available via subscription   (Followers: 7)
Studies of Changing Societies     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
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Sudamérica : Revista de Ciencias Sociales     Open Access  
Surveillance and Society     Open Access   (Followers: 9)
Swiss Journal of Sociology     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Symbolic Interaction     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 11)
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TSQ : Transgender Studies Quarterly     Open Access   (Followers: 5)
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Variations : Revue Internationale de Théorie Critique     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
Visitor Studies     Hybrid Journal   (Followers: 6)
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Journal Cover Studies in Latin American Popular Culture
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   ISSN (Print) 0730-9139 - ISSN (Online) 2157-2941
   Published by Project MUSE Homepage  [294 journals]
  • Gifting the Cultural-Capitalist State: Consuming Popular Art and
           Performing Citizenship in Mexico’s Museums
    • Abstract: Before its expansion and reorganization in 2000, Mexico’s National Art Museum (Museo Nacional de Arte, MUNAL) comprised twenty-four galleries dispersed across two floors of a former Porfirian monument. The galleries were organized according to shifts in cultural patronage from the Catholic Church and Bourbon monarchy to the postindependence and postrevolutionary states, to private sponsors in the form of bourgeois patrons. The penultimate gallery included two portraits of the artist, author, and cultural administrator Adolfo Best Maugard juxtaposed to a selection of arte popular, or “popular art,” from Roberto Montenegro’s five-thousand-piece collection.1 Nearby were several works of art from the Mexican ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Resisting the Dominant Gaze: Prison Works by Brazilian Artist Rosângela
           Rennó and Filmmaker Maria Augusta Ramos
    • Abstract: As cultural renderings attest, we confront the Other eye to eye, by way of a frontal view, characterized by a seemingly reciprocal gaze. We might recall several historical examples of New World “species” encountered and documented by Europeans during the colonial period, such as those by painter Albert Eckhout, who registered full-frontal body types during the seventeenth-century Dutch occupation of Northeast Brazil, or by Jean-Baptiste Debret, who depicted picturesque life sketches of the Portuguese Empire in nineteenth-century Rio de Janeiro. In the contemporary artworks and films by Rosângela Rennó and Maria Augusta Ramos considered here, the viewer or spectator—unable to rely on a reciprocal ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Escorts afrolatinos en la era digital, o el arte de los masajistas
    • Abstract: Desde hace ya una década la presencia de los afrolatinos —personas descendientes de africanos en Latinoamérica— en Chile está cambiando el paisaje sociocultural de las ciudades. Las cifras recientes de nuevas inmigraciones muestran un componente significativamente alto de estas personas para un territorio donde se consideraban apenas presentes.1 En este contexto, la aparición de masajistas o escorts afrolatinos es un fenómeno muy reciente en el país. Los migrantes, o simplemente viajeros a los que nos referimos, provenientes de países como Colombia, Venezuela, Panamá y República Dominicana, se dedican ocasionalmente o en forma permanente al trabajo sexual y están muchas veces de paso en Chile. Para analizar ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Among Races, Nations, and Diasporas: Genealogies of “La bamba” in
           Mexico and the United States
    • Abstract: In the 1950s, the Mexican American Ritchie Valens sang “La bamba,” and African American Katherine Dunham danced to it.1 Valens’s rock-and-roll rendition, his first professional foray into singing in Spanish, introduced Mexico’s musical tradition to mainstream US audiences. Twenty-eight years after Valens’s tragic death, the Chicano playwright Luis Valdez resuscitated his image in the aptly named 1987 feature film La Bamba. In the biopic, Valens’s discovery and performance of “La bamba” symbolizes Mexican Americans’ heritage, a racial and cultural identity rooted in indigenous Mexico and characterized by border crossing. Dunham’s choreography offered audiences in the United States, Latin America, and across ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • El discurso nacionalista mexicano en el cómic Águila Solitaria
           de Víctor Fox
    • Abstract: Este trabajo expone temas nacionalistas en Águila Solitaria, un cómic mexicano de la Editorial RaCaNa que apareció por primera vez en la Ciudad de México en 1976 y siguió publicándose semanalmente hasta finales de la siguiente década (“Águila Solitaria (1976)”). Estos motivos en Águila Solitaria permitieron a sus productores evitar la influencia de la institución censuradora que regía sobre la industria de historietas mexicana de la época y a su vez crear un producto económicamente exitoso. Tras una breve revisión de la popularidad alcanzada por Águila Solitaria y la trama de la serie, se discutirá la influencia de la censura sobre la industria y se explicará cómo el discurso nacionalista posrevolucionario ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Economic Impact of Popular Culture in Cali, Colombia
    • Abstract: Lionel Beehner ranked Cali, Colombia, number 10 on the New York Times’s “The 41 Places to Go in 2011,” citing that in the city, “cafe culture is on the rise while salsa fuels the night life. . . . Salsa remains Cali’s lifeblood.” Certainly, the historical identity of the city evokes salsa (Ochse 2004, 29–30; Ulloa 1992, 388). Ulloa, a sociologist and salsa expert, asserted in the local newspaper Diario El País Cali: Between 1940 and 1980 more than one hundred neighborhoods were created, built by those same people from the suburbs, on common land or over old haciendas divided into lots for housing. Thousands of men, women and children were part of that construction, and in the process the music from the ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Reimagining Nicaragua’s Volcanto Tradition through the Music of
           Perrozompopo
    • Abstract: Perhaps more than other cultural forms, music connects people to their emotions, identities, values, likes, and dislikes because most can relate to the experience of being moved by a catchy tune or committing one to memory. Music can affect people physically, mentally, spiritually, and sensually, conjuring up past experiences, present ideas, and future possibilities. Furthermore, listening to music is both an individual and a collective experience, for it builds communities and is influenced by sociocultural practices, and yet a song may take on new meaning with each listener and listening. Thus, music can be an important tool for enacting social change and for communicating the hopes and dreams of a more ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • White Skin, Black Slavery: Bernardo Guimarães’s A escrava Isaura and
           the Global Telenovela
    • Abstract: A escrava negra de maior sucesso da tevê brasileira era branca. Broadcast weekly at six p.m. between October 11, 1976, and February 5, 1977, the first televised serial drama inspired by Bernardo Guimarães’s classic nineteenth-century abolitionist romance, A escrava Isaura (1875), exploded onto the telenovela scene in Brazil.1 Produced by the largest Brazilian television network, Rede Globo, this famous telenovela, which novelist Gilberto Braga adapted from the original text, rapidly gained international success. It was eventually exported to more than 120 countries in condensed format, starting with Italy in 1982 as La schiava Isaura and later including Cuba (1984), as the immensely popular ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Through the Wall of Words: The Ruinous Cuban Body in Fernando Pérez’s
           Film La pared de las palabras (2014)
    • Abstract: In the Thirty-Sixth Havana Film Festival of New Latin American Cinema, the Cuban filmmaker Fernando Pérez presented his first “independent” film: La pared de las palabras (The Wall of Words) (2014). Although Pérez has directed seven full-length films, his latest movie was the first one produced without the financial support of the Instituto Cubano del Arte e Industria Cinematográficos (ICAIC). This is an important shift in his career, as he has always been closely tied to this institution. In fact, he affirms that he was born and raised within ICAIC (Rodríguez-Mangual 189). This release became an exciting event during the festival, and the film nearly won the Audience Award. All of Pérez’s films deal in ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Visual Witness: A Critical Rereading of Graciela Iturbide’s
           Photography
    • Abstract: Graciela Iturbide is one of the most outstanding photographers, not only of Latin America but also of our times. She is the gifted student of Mexican photographer Manuel Álvarez Bravo, who has been called the patriarch of Latin American photography. A winner of the highest awards and fellowships the field of photography offers—such as the W. Eugene Smith, the Hasselblad, and a Guggenheim Fellowship—the value of Iturbide’s photographic style and vision has been clearly recognized. However, to date, there has been relatively little scholarly work on her photography.1 This article addresses Iturbide’s artistic efforts to create new witnesses of Latin America. Indeed, her photographic vision offers new ways of ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Entren los que quieran: Calle 13 y la construcción de lo
           latino(americano)
    • Abstract: Calle 13 es un grupo musical puertorriqueño que publicó su primer disco en el año 2005. Hoy en día, con cuatro producciones discográficas y muchos premios internacionales otorgados por la industria musical latino-americana y estadounidense (entre ellos, diecinueve Premios Grammy Latinos y dos Premios Grammy), la popularidad y el éxito comercial de este grupo es indiscutible. Sin embargo, y en primera instancia, lo aparentemente paradójico aquí es que la producción musical de este grupo —especialmente el álbum en el que se enfoca este ensayo, Entren los que quieran (2010)—tiene una explícita carga política en contra, justamente, de la industria musical que rige su dinámica en el marco del sistema ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • La voz de los protagonistas: Juan Justino Judicial (1996) de Gerardo
           Cornejo y la novela-corrido
    • Abstract: En la historia de la literatura latinoamericana la relación entre oralidad y escritura ha sido una problemática central. En la vanguardia con Roberto Arlt, en el indigenismo con José María Arguedas, en la nueva narrativa con Juan Rulfo, e inclusive en los testimonios de finales del siglo XX, se encuentra un interés en presentar las voces populares, identificadas con la tradición oral. Ricardo Piglia, en “Roberto Arlt, una crítica de la economía literaria”, señala que textos como Los lanzallamas (1931) del escritor argentino se apropian de los discursos del delito y el lenguaje de la calle planteando una relación de poder a través de la palabra. Piglia retoma una idea de Roman Jakobson para señalar que los ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Nineteenth-Century Spanish America: A Cultural History by Christopher
           Conway (review)
    • Abstract: Christopher Conway’s cultural history of nineteenth-century Spanish America is built on the premise that examining how high and low cultures intersected, overlapped, and excluded one another provides readers with a more comprehensive portrait of what life was really like during the era. Spatially, after all, they coexisted side by side, often on the same city block. Almost in a cinematographic fashion, Conway displays how people of different social classes ate, dressed, socialized, sought entertainment, and, in the process, adhered to the social codes specific to their group. He explains from the outset that the elites professed a Europeanized ideology of progress (modernity), whereas the commoners tended to ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Golden Leaf: How Tobacco Shaped Cuba and the Atlantic World by
           Charlotte Cosner (review)
    • Abstract: Based on exhaustive research in Spanish and Cuban archives, this volume examines how the use of tobacco and its cultivation influenced culture, society, economics, and governmental control both in Cuba and in the Atlantic World during the colonial period until the official end of the tobacco monopoly on June 23, 1817. Going against the grain of previous scholarship on the subject, which overgeneralized the matter by maintaining that tobacco growers were “poor, white Canary Islanders” (5), Charlotte Cosner provides diverse snapshots of colonial life in Cuba to reveal that tobacco growers also included people of color, both enslaved and free. Because the range of social groups was far broader than has been ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Latin American Documentary Filmmaking: Major Works by David William Foster
           (review)
    • Abstract: Basta solo mencionar La hora de los hornos (1968) o La batalla de Chile (1975) para poner de manifiesto la importancia que el género documental ha tenido dentro de la historia política del continente y también del cine latinoamericano. A pesar de su preeminencia en el imaginario sociocultural latinoamericano, resulta paradigmático que no exista un libro en inglés que haga una revisión analítica de los documentales latinoamericanos más reconocidos. Latin American Documentary Filmmaking: Major Works, de David William Foster, viene a saldar esta deuda, y, sin duda, será una importante herramienta para especialistas, en especial, investigadores de cine y educadores sin una formación latinoamericanista previa. ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Reading Rio de Janeiro: Literature and Society in the Nineteenth Century
           by Zephyr L. Frank (review)
    • Abstract: In this very compelling study, Zephyr Frank proposes a new approach to understanding the impact of economic history in the inception and development of the modern Brazilian novel. He chooses to direct his attention to texts whose subject matter deals with the formative years of protagonists in the context of Rio’s shifting social parameters in the nineteenth century. Reading Rio de Janeiro focuses primarily on the novels of three of Brazil’s most renowned writers: José de Alencar, Machado de Assis, and Aluísio de Azevedo. Going beyond traditional approaches favored by scholars who interpret literature as a by-product of history, the book offers a much richer and layered analyses. As the author explains in ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Deco Body, Deco City: Female Spectacle and Modernity in Mexico City,
           1900–1939 by Ageeth Sluis (review)
    • Abstract: Deco Body, Deco City provides an analysis of the changing idealized feminine body in Mexican society at the start of the twentieth century and compares it with Mexico City’s architectural landscape. Mexico City’s physical layout and the way its citizenry dramatically transformed itself during the early decades mirrored the political upheaval of the period. In 1900, Mexico was under the dictatorship of Porfirio Díaz, who was enamored of French culture, but with the outbreak of the Mexican Revolution in 1910, Mexico’s Eurocentric gaze was redirected inward. Although European cultural movements continued to play a role in the country’s development, autochthonous elements came to be valued and incorporated as ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Man Who Wrote Pancho Villa: Martín Luis Guzmán and the Politics of
           Life Writing by Nicholas Cifuentes-Goodbody (review)
    • Abstract: Very infrequently is someone asked to review a book about not only a well-known figure such as José Doroteo Arango Arámbula, or Francisco “Pancho” Villa, but also someone from your own cultural heritage—that is, until that figure teaches you something. It is almost cringeworthy to have to reread another history of the “greater-than-life” figure who was a hero to some, revolutionary to others, depending on one’s point of view. However, the author of this manuscript, Nicholas Cifuentes-Goodbody, wrote what he humbly calls a “book” that takes a greater view. The title is sadly lost in the cover of the book itself. “Pancho Villa” stands out in bright yellow at the top, but the true topic is Martín Guzmán, “the ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Black Writing, Culture, and the State in Latin America by Jerome C.
           Branche (review)
    • Abstract: Esta colección de doce ensayos interdisciplinarios analiza la contribución de la comunidad afro-latina a la organización nacional de distintos países latinoamericanos y también de Guinea Ecuatorial. Los ensayos muestran cómo a través de diversas expresiones culturales orales y escritas, los artistas y escritores de origen africano han venido buscando desde el siglo XIX un cambio sociopolítico que les permita avances, reconocimiento y una verdadera aceptación como ciudadanos. Los colaboradores de esta edición de Jerome C. Branche realizan un detallado análisis de obras y expresiones artísticas, como candombes, baladas, obras teatrales, poemas, novelas, publicaciones periodísticas, películas, danzas, etcétera. ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Ecuadorians in Madrid: Migrants’ Place in Urban History by Araceli
           Masterson-Algar (review)
    • Abstract: To give a proper review of this manuscript, it would be remiss to say that this work is written for a specific audience just as the title suggests. That said, this is a very solid piece of scholarship. It includes copious illustrations, all easily accessed at the beginning of the book, along with a wonderful introduction as to what motivated this author to even begin a study on why this topic is of import. From the first lines, it is apparent. It is certainly personal. As the author states: “I was living in Madrid with a family from Quito, who managed a bakery in that neighborhood. Although I did not give the event much thought at the time, its memory marked the beginning of the research that led to this ... Read More
      Keywords: Latin America; Tobacco; Documentary films; Brazilian fiction; Women's studies; Guzmán, Martín Luis,; Latin American literature; Ecuadorians
      PubDate: 2017-05-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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