6 edition of Puerto Rican nation-building literature found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -116) and index.
|Series||New directions in Puerto Rican studies|
|LC Classifications||PQ7422 .J36 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 119 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||119|
|LC Control Number||2005044177|
The process of nation-building in Latin America transformed the relations between the state, the economy, and nature. Between and , the economies of most countries in the Spanish Caribbean came to depend heavily on the export of plant products, such as coffee, tobacco, and sugar. History & Background. Puerto Rico is the smallest of the three islands, including also Santo Domingo and Cuba, that make up the Caribbean chain known as the Greater first governor, Ponce de Le ó n, set a pattern of common interests for Spain and Puerto Rico, but later this commonality of interests ceased to be, and the Spanish captains-general who held all authority on the island.
Diaspora Blackness in the Caribbean: A Radical Resource. Implications of Afro-Puerto Rican Language in Literature. Empire and Nation Building in the Caribbean, Barbados – Puerto Rican intellectuals of the s generation used literature as an anti-colonial shield against US imperialism (Gelpi ). One of these thinkers was Nilita Vientos Gaston, a lawyer and gestora cultural, who created the literary journal Asomante, one of the island's most important anti-colonial projects.
Puerto Rican literature was Manuel Alonso's El gibaro, an collec tion of vignettes about peasant customs and traditions in the Puerto Rican countryside. Elgibaro was a seminal work in that it attempted to define Puerto Rican culture in its own terms, separating it from the tra ditions and customs of the Spanish metropolis. It. "The book is a reading feast for Puerto Rican sport fans. More importantly, it contributes to the understanding of colonialism where the agency of colonial subjects is emphasized in their negotiations of power structures. It is a must read for scholars of U.S. and Caribbean history." —Rosa E. Carrasquillo, Diplomatic History.
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As a result, she exposes the contradictions of a national-identity discourse in a colonial context. With its focus on works of social protest, this book expands the corpus of texts used in the study of Puerto Rican fiction beyond the literary canon. It will be of interest to scholars of Latin American and Caribbean literature, history, and : Zilkia Janer.
Get this from a library. Puerto Rican nation-building literature: impossible romance. [Zilkia Janer]. Her book Puerto Rican Nation-Building Literature: Impossible Romance (University Press of Florida, ) analyzes the role of literature and of subaltern intellectuals in the construction of a nationalism that does not contest colonialism.
This book was awarded Hofstra's 22nd Annual Lawrence A. Stessin Prize for Outstanding Scholarly. Early Puerto Rican Cinema and Nation Building Book Summary: Early Puerto Rican Cinema and Nation Building focuses on the processes of Puerto Rican national identity formation as seen through the historical development of cinema on the island between and Anchoring her work in archival sources in film technology, economy, and education, Naida García-Crespo argues that Puerto Rico.
Early Puerto Rican Cinema and Nation Building focuses on the processes of Puerto Rican national identity formation as seen through the historical development of cinema on the island between and This book aims to contribute to recently expanding discussions of cultural networks by analyzing how Puerto Rican cinema navigates the.
Early Puerto Rican Cinema and Nation Building focuses on the processes of Puerto Rican national identity formation as seen through the historical development of cinema on the island between and Anchoring her work in archival sources in film technology, economy, and education, Naida García-Crespo argues that Puerto Rico’s position as a stateless nation allows for a fresh Author: Naida García-Crespo.
TY - GEN. T1 - Puerto Rican Nation-Building Literature: Impossible Romance, by Zilkia Janer. T2 - Latin American Literary Review. AU - Aparicio, Frances by: 6. Zilkia Janer teaches Latin American and Latino literature and Culture at Hofstra University.
She is the author of Puerto Rican Nation-Building Literature: Impossible Romance () and has published a number of articles on Latin American and South Asian culinary cultures. Early Puerto Rican Cinema and Nation Building focuses on the processes of Puerto Rican national identity formation as seen through the historical development of cinema on the island between and Anchoring her work in archival sources in film technology, economy, and education, Naida García-Crespo argues that Puerto Rico’s position.
Her research interests include Cosmopolitism, gender representation, and nation building in 19th century Puerto Rican literature; Access to cultural heritage archives; and the social construction of archives.
If you want the library to order a book to support your research or teaching please go to the UConn Library Purchase Request form site. Puerto Rican writer Clotilde Betances de Jaeger (?) enjoyed a middle-class upbringing with enough family resources to pay for and receive an education at Cornell University, receiving her degree in natural sciences in and later going on to earn a masters degree in religious studies at Butler College in Indianapolis in Puerto Rican Nation-Building Literature: Impossible Romance.
By Zilkia Janer. Gainesville: University Press of Florida, pp. Since Doris Sommer's publication of Foundational Fictions (), literary criticism in Latin America has been debating the role of literature and, particularly, of romances, in the historically-contingent.
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"This book makes an important addition to the literature on magic and spirits in the modern world. In comparison with other well-known anthropological works on magic and modernity, this stands out on account of its skill at evocation, at getting inside people and events and not merely using them as examples or 'case studies.'"--Michael Taussig, Professor of Anthropology, Columbia University.
In this book Zilkia Janer departs from Doris Sommer's critical term "founda-tional fictions" () to analyze what she defines as "impossible romance" in Puerto Rican nation-building literature. If for Sommer nation-building narratives in Latin America were defined by the economic and political mar.
Witchcraft and Welfare is a delightful and insightful book, evocative and well-written, which unpacks the multilayered history of Puerto Rican folk beliefs and practices convincingly showing not only how brujería makes sense in people's everyday lives, but also how it is becoming institutionalised as an integral part of official Puerto Rican society, and indeed how beliefs and Author: Raquel Romberg.
The article focuses on Puerto Rican feminism. In Puerto Rico during the second half of the nineteenth century an agenda for progress and nation building addressed the status of the rural population, including women, among whom illiteracy was common.
Educated women also began to play a more visible and assertive role in Puerto Rican politics. Get this from a library. Early Puerto Rican cinema and nation building: national sentiments, transnational realities, [Naida García-Crespo] -- "National Sentiments, Transnational Realities focuses on the processes of Puerto Rican national identity formation as seen through the historical development of cinema on the island between and.
Puerto Rican poet who lived in exile in New York, whose writing is romantic, passionate, and patriotic writing foreshadowed Puerto Rico's colonial relationship to the U.S.
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With the holiday season approaching, and after the success of our book list, we have put together another for books published in dealing with Puerto Ricans in the U.S., as well as in Puerto ’ve included books on history, society, culture, race, music, politics, sexuality, literary criticism, fiction and poetry, as well as children’s and young adult literature.
In an excerpt from Medicine and Nation Building in the Americas, – (Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press, ), author José Amador discusses the transmission of new medical knowledge from Puerto Rico to the United States as it circulated from US military doctors through local physicians to hookworm patients.
Amador argues that this flow represents two significant public Author: José Amador. Race and Labor in the Hispanic Caribbean: The West Indian Immigrant Experience in Puerto Rico, – ‐ by Jorge Luis Chinea Luis Martínez‐Fernández Pages: Vieques has been at the frontline of Puerto Rican struggles for decolonization and a key element in the negotiations of the colonial relationship and cititizenship for decades.
In the s and s the militarization of Vieques, a Puerto Rico’s island that was used as a base, was an important component of the negotiation that.