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Territories of conflict : traversing Colombia through cultural studies /

by Fanta Castro, Andrea; Herrero-Olaizola, Alejandro; Rutter-Jensen, Chloe; Louis, Tatjana; Schuster, Sven; Gómez Gutiérrez, Felipe; Jiménez-Alfonso, Camilo Alerto; Lobo, Gregory J; Martínez-Pinzón, Felipe; Alí, Maurizio; Herrera Arango, Álvaro Diego; Cuéllar Barona, Margarita; Llorca Franco, Joaquín; Pardo Pedraza, Diana; Paarberg-Kvan, Kate; Hunt, Stacey L; Fernández L'Hoeste, Héctor; Bolívar Ramírez, Ingrid Johanna; García, David Fernando; Serrano, Silvia; Ospina, María; Salamanca Sánchez, Claudia Liliana; Bialowas Pobutsky, Aldona.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Rochester, Nueva York : University of Rochester Press, 2017Description: 309 páginas ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781580465809.Subject(s): Lucha social -- Historia -- Colombia | Colombia -- Vida intelectual | Colombia -- Condiciones sociales | Colombia -- Política y gobierno
Contents:
Introduction: Teritories of conflict through colombian cultural studies / Andrea Fanta Castro, Alejandro Herrero-Olaizola y Chloe Rutter-Jensen. -- Pte. 1ª: Violence, memory, and nation. -- Narratives of the past in history textbooks / Tatjana Louis. -- The duty of memory: la violencia between remembrance and forgetting / Sven Schuster. -- National identity in colombian comics: between violence and new configurations / Felipe Gómez Gutiérrez. -- Victims and warriors: representations and self-representations of the FARC-EP and Its leaders / Camilo Alberto Jiménez Alfonso. -- Charisma and nation in the hegemony of uribismo in Colombia / Gregory J. Lobo. -- Pte. 2ª: Space, ethnicity, and the enviroment. -- The greenhouse gaze: climate and culture in Colombia (1808-1934) / Felipe Martínez-Pinzón. -- The Darién gap: political discourse and economic development in Colombia / Maurizio Alì. -- Safeguarding the witoto: how indigenous law may chalenge the universality of human rights / Álvaro Diego Herrera Arango. -- The soundscape and the reshaping of terrotories: neighborhood sounds in San Nicolás, Cali / Margarita Cuéllar Barona y Joaquín Llorca Franco. -- Pte. 3ª: Body and gender politics. -- The amputated body: ghostly and literal presence / Daina Pardo Pedraza. -- Colombian women activist and the potential for peace / Kate Paarlberg-Kvam. -- Beauty queens and theme parks: coffee culture in contemporary Colombia / Stacey L. Hunt. -- Amores invisibles: the politics of gender in the Colombian cultural industry / Héctor Fernández L'Hoeste. -- Pte. 4ª: Musical and visual landscapes. -- Un heard claims, well-known rhythms: the musical guerilla FARC-EP (1988-2010) / Ingrid Johanna Bolívar Ramírez. -- The case of Chocquibtown: approaches to the nation in contemporary new colombian music / David Fernando García. -- Weaving words and meanings for the colombian countryside: Jorge Velosa's Carranguera lyrics / Silvia Serrano. -- Natural plots: the rural turn in contemporary colombian cinema / María Ospina. -- Kidnapping and representation: images of a sovereing in the making / Claudia Liliana Salamanca Sánchez. -- Going down narco memory lane: Pablo Escobar in the visual media / Aldona Bialowas Pobutsky.
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Introduction: Teritories of conflict through colombian cultural studies / Andrea Fanta Castro, Alejandro Herrero-Olaizola y Chloe Rutter-Jensen. -- Pte. 1ª: Violence, memory, and nation. -- Narratives of the past in history textbooks / Tatjana Louis. -- The duty of memory: la violencia between remembrance and forgetting / Sven Schuster. -- National identity in colombian comics: between violence and new configurations / Felipe Gómez Gutiérrez. -- Victims and warriors: representations and self-representations of the FARC-EP and Its leaders / Camilo Alberto Jiménez Alfonso. -- Charisma and nation in the hegemony of uribismo in Colombia / Gregory J. Lobo. -- Pte. 2ª: Space, ethnicity, and the enviroment. -- The greenhouse gaze: climate and culture in Colombia (1808-1934) / Felipe Martínez-Pinzón. -- The Darién gap: political discourse and economic development in Colombia / Maurizio Alì. -- Safeguarding the witoto: how indigenous law may chalenge the universality of human rights / Álvaro Diego Herrera Arango. -- The soundscape and the reshaping of terrotories: neighborhood sounds in San Nicolás, Cali / Margarita Cuéllar Barona y Joaquín Llorca Franco. -- Pte. 3ª: Body and gender politics. -- The amputated body: ghostly and literal presence / Daina Pardo Pedraza. -- Colombian women activist and the potential for peace / Kate Paarlberg-Kvam. -- Beauty queens and theme parks: coffee culture in contemporary Colombia / Stacey L. Hunt. -- Amores invisibles: the politics of gender in the Colombian cultural industry / Héctor Fernández L'Hoeste. -- Pte. 4ª: Musical and visual landscapes. -- Un heard claims, well-known rhythms: the musical guerilla FARC-EP (1988-2010) / Ingrid Johanna Bolívar Ramírez. -- The case of Chocquibtown: approaches to the nation in contemporary new colombian music / David Fernando García. -- Weaving words and meanings for the colombian countryside: Jorge Velosa's Carranguera lyrics / Silvia Serrano. -- Natural plots: the rural turn in contemporary colombian cinema / María Ospina. -- Kidnapping and representation: images of a sovereing in the making / Claudia Liliana Salamanca Sánchez. -- Going down narco memory lane: Pablo Escobar in the visual media / Aldona Bialowas Pobutsky.

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