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Rerouting Galician Studies


Rerouting Galician Studies

Multidisciplinary Interventions

von: Benita Sampedro Vizcaya, José A. Losada Montero

89,99 €

Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Format: PDF
Veröffentl.: 14.11.2017
ISBN/EAN: 9783319657295
Sprache: englisch

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This book—aimed at both the general reader and the specialist—offers a transatlantic, transnational, and multidisciplinary cartography of the rapidly expanding intellectual field of Galician Studies. In the twenty-one essays that comprise the volume, leading scholars based in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and New Zealand engage with this field from the perspectives of queer theory, Atlantic and diasporic thought, political ecology, hydropoetics, theories of space, trauma and memory studies, exile, national/postnational approaches, linguistic ideologies, ethnographic poetry and photography, Galician language in the US academic curriculum, the politics of children’s books, film and visual studies, the interrelation of painting and literature, and material culture. Structured around five organizational categories (Frames, Routes, Readings, Teachings, and Visualities), and adopting a pluricentric view of Galicia as an analytical subject of study, the book brings cutting-edge debates in Galician Studies to a broad international readership.
Foreword I. FramesChapter 1: Rerouting Galician Studies: Intellectual Cartographies of the United States Chapter 2: Putting Queerness on the Map: Notes for a Queer Galician Studies Chapter 3: Blue Atlantic: Gilroy and Galicia Chapter 4: Cultures of Nature in Mid-Twentieth-Century Galicia Chapter 5: Ríos, Fontes, Peiraos, Océanos: Hydropoetics and the Galician Cultural Imagination II. RoutesChapter 6: The Production of Galician Space: Ethnographic Interventions Chapter 7: From the Island of Trauma to Fantasy Island: The Renovation of San Simón Chapter 8: Xoán González Millán and the Present Uses of the Past: Notes from a Study on Exile Chapter 9: Places / Non-Places: Galicia on the Road of St. James Chapter 10: Peripheral Systems, Doctrinal Enforcement and the Future of Galician Studies III. Readings Chapter 11: The Master Signifier of Galician culture: Manuel Fraga and Undemocratic, Affective Populism Chapter 12: Castelao: Nationalism, Federalism, and the Postcolonial Chapter 13: Stage and History in O incerto señor don Hamlet Chapter 14: The Perceived Presence / Absence of Galician Accent on Galician TV Newscasts IV. Teachings Chapter 15: Teaching Galicia in Appalachia: Lessons from Anthropology, Ethnographic Poetry, Documentary Photography and Political Theory Chapter 16: Galician Studies, Language and Linguistics within U.S. Academic Curricula Chapter 17: O monstro das palabras: Reframing Rosalía de Castro’s role for Future Generations V. Visualities Chapter 18: Trace and De-Familiarization in Contemporary Documentary (Víctor Erice and Eloy Enciso Cachafeiro) Chapter 19: Galician Animation in the Global Age: Imagining the Nation from the Glocal Forest Chapter 20: Moving Beyond the Frame: Literature, Madness, and Vincent van Gogh in Manuel Rivas’ Os comedores de patacas Chapter 21: Sargadelos and the Aesthetic Formation of Galician Identity
Benita Sampedro Vizcaya is Associate Professor of Colonial Studies at Hofstra University, USA. Her latest publications include Ceiba II. (Poesía inédita), an annotated edition of the unpublished poetry by Raquel Ilombe del Pozo Epita (2015); a monographic issue of Revista Debats entitled Guinea Ecuatorial. Políticas / Poéticas / Discursividades (2014); a monographic issue of Afro-Hispanic Review entitled “Theorizing Equatorial Guinea” (2009), and Border Interrogations: Questioning Spanish Frontiers (2008). José A. Losada Montero is Assistant Professor of Spanish at Southwest Minnesota State University, USA. He is a book review writer for the Galician academic journal Grial. He previously served as the Galician Chair Xoan González Millán Secretary at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York, USA.
The first volume to comprehensively offer an agenda for the current state of and future of Galician StudiesBrings together the leading figures in the field from a vast number of disciplines and methodologies Details how Galician Studies, while seemingly discrete, is truly a transnational, interdisciplinary field due to the region's position at the borders of land and sea, Europe and the Americas, and the Hispanic and Lusophone worlds

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