Contested Sites of Dependence and Independence in Latin America
Edited By Bill Richardson and Lorraine Kelly
Acknowledgements vii Bill Richardson and Lorraine Kelly Introduction 1 Part I State and Civil Society 15 Ronaldo Munck La Segunda Independencia: Nationalist Nostalgia or Twenty-First-Century Socialism? 17 Peadar Kirby Bolívar’s Dream of Spanish American Unity: Is the ‘New Left’ Finally Realizing It? 33 Barry Cannon States of (In)dependence? Democratization and Citizenship during Latin America’s ‘Left Decade’, 2000–2010 49 Kathy Powell The Mexican Revolution 100 Years On: Is It Over? 73 Sarah Hunt Overcoming Dependency and Reducing Poverty in Bolivia, Honduras and Nicaragua 93 vi Mel Boland A Singular Plurality? Language and Education Issues in Bolivia 111 Part II Literature and Film 127 Catherine Davies Gendered Interpretations of Independence Poetry: Mexico and Peru, 1820–1822 129 Lorraine Kelly Gender, Corruption and Independence in Roberto Sneider’s Film Adaptation of Arráncame la vida 157 Armida de la Garza Interpreting Independence in Latin American Cinema Today: The Digital Option 173 Catherine Leen Independent Cinema and Globalization: The Case of Paraguay 185 David Conlon Space and the Argentine Republic: Two Lefebvrian Itineraries through the Fiction of Ricardo Piglia 205 Bill Richardson Jorges Luis Borges and the Production of (Independent) Space 227 Notes on Contributors 243 Index 247
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