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Other south: Faulkner, coloniality, and the Mariátegui tradition / Hosam Aboul-Ela

By: Material type: TextTextLanguage: English Series: Illuminations: Cultural Formations of the AmericasPublication details: Pittsburg, Pa: University of Pittsburg Press, 2007Description: 212 p. ; 23 cmISBN:
  • 9780822959762
Subject(s): LOC classification:
  • PS3511.A86 Z554 2007
Contents:
Acknowledgments -- Introduction. Faulkner's spatial politics -- Chapter 1. Comparative southern questions: the unavoidable significance of the local -- Chapter 2. Social classes in the southern economy: snoopesism and the emergence of a comprador elite -- Chapter 3. The poetics of peripheralization, Part 1: historiagraphy, narrative, and unequal development -- Chapter 4. The poetics of peripheralization, Part 2: Absalim, Absalom! as revisionist historiagraphy -- Conclusiones. the world, the text, and eurocentric -- Intellectualism
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Libros Libros Bibliografía Mariateguiana PS3511.A86 Z554 2007 (Browse shelf(Opens below)) Available 433

Incluye referencias de José Carlos Mariátegui:
- and class (p.70-71)
- on colonialism (p.32-33)
- dependency theorists and (p.39, 42, 51-52, 75)
- Gramsci compared to (29-32)
- Historiagraphy (p. 34, 40, 135)
- influence of (p-39, 75, 178)
- and Mariátegui tradition (p. 2, 12, 16-17, 24,25, 27-34)
- and Marxism (28-29, 33-34)
- Ortiz compared to (50)
- Outline of the economix evolution (p. 31-32, 40)
- and political economy (27-28, 31-32,74)
- political legacy of (178)
- Seven interepretative essays on peruvian reality (31-32)

Incluye índice

Acknowledgments -- Introduction. Faulkner's spatial politics -- Chapter 1. Comparative southern questions: the unavoidable significance of the local -- Chapter 2. Social classes in the southern economy: snoopesism and the emergence of a comprador elite -- Chapter 3. The poetics of peripheralization, Part 1: historiagraphy, narrative, and unequal development -- Chapter 4. The poetics of peripheralization, Part 2: Absalim, Absalom! as revisionist historiagraphy -- Conclusiones. the world, the text, and eurocentric -- Intellectualism

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