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Latin American Studies
A guide for those interested in the literature, culture and history of Latin America.
Classic Mexican Cinema is a collection of popular movie periodicals, covering the "Golden Age" of Mexican Cinema. The resource includes chief magazines such as Cinelandia (1931-1947), which was published in both Spanish and English in Hollywood, Cinema Reporter (1943-1965) and Cine Mundial (1954-1955), with extremely rare copies of El Cine Gráfico from 1935 and of the weekly El Mundo Ilustrado (1902-1910). This collection also includes dozens of film flyers, as well as the personal scrap books of filmmaker Fernando de Fuentes (1894-1958).
Contents: : pt. 1. Coloniality -- pt. 2. Transformations -- pt. 3. The emergence of national communities in new imperial coordinates -- pt. 4. Uncertain modernities -- pt. 5. Global and local perspectives.
First published in 1987, the Handbook of Latin American literature offers readers the opportunity to explore this literary history in the English Language and constitutes an ideological approach to Latin American Literature. It provides both concise information concerning particular authors, works, and literary traditions of Latin America as well as comprehensive material about the various national literatures of the area. This book will therefore be of interest to Hispanic scholars, as well as more general readers and non-Hispanists.
Initiative of the Ivy Plus Libraries Confederation. This archive aims to preserve for researchers the personal and official websites belonging to notable contemporary Latin American and Caribbean artists, artists’ collectives, artists’ groups, galleries, museums, and related entities in order to assure the continuing availability of the important content they contain.
A comparative history of Latin America's national cinemas over the course of five major periods: silent cinema, studio cinema, neorealism/art cinema, the New Latin American Cinema, and contemporary cinema.
Latin American Women Writers is a searchable collection of prose, poetry, and drama composed by women writing in Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean, and South America. It also includes essays by Latin American feminists that address the concerns of women broadly as well as the distinctive issues pertaining to women's struggles in the region.
The Routledge Companion to the Hispanic Enlightenment is an interdisciplinary volume that brings together an international team of contributors to provide a unique transnational overview of the Hispanic Enlightenment, integrating both Spain and Latin America.