Photos from the book launch: Los límites del Hispanismo

Los límites del Hispanismo. Nuevos métodos, nuevas fronteras, nuevos géneros, edited by Santiago Pérez Isasi, Raquel Baltazar, Isabel Araújo Branco, Rita Bueno Maia, Ana Bela Morais and Sara Rodrigues de Sousa, was launched on Tuesday 28 March at the Instituto Cervantes in Lisbon. The speakers included Claudio Castro Filho, president of BETA: Asociación de Jóvenes Doctores en … Continue reading

Book launch: Los límites del Hispanismo

Los límites del Hispanismo: nuevos métodos, nuevas fronteras, nuevos géneros, edited by Santiago Pérez Isasi, Raquel Baltazar, Isabel Araújo Branco, Rita Bueno Maia, Ana Bela Morais and Sara Rodrigues de Sousa, will be launched on Tuesday 28 March at the Instituto Cervantes in Lisbon. Speakers will include Claudio Castro Filho, president of BETA: Asociación de Jóvenes Doctores … Continue reading

El pensamiento basura published

Este libro analiza la manera en que la basura o desecho, en cuanto concepto así como en cuanto entidad material, determina y constituye un sentido de especulación. Para ello se asume que ya no puede considerarse la noción de especulación como una cualidad abstracta, como una singularidad lexical, so pena de perennizar un conjunto de … Continue reading

Irish Diasporic Narratives in Argentina published

Departure from Ireland has long occupied a contradictory position in Irish national discourse, alternately viewed as exile or betrayal. This book analyses how departure, as well as notions of home, identity and return, is articulated in the narratives of three members of the Irish diaspora community in Argentina: John Brabazon’s journal The Customs and Habits … Continue reading

Mazes and Amazements published

Borges gained his first lessons in philosophy from his father while still a young boy – an intimate home schooling that grew into a long-term obsession. Its ubiquitous presence in his thought and writing has made him one of the most distinctive literary philosophers in the West, expressing itself in a wide-ranging array of fictional … Continue reading

Feminine Singular published

Women have often chosen to tell their secrets, confide their dreams and express their deepest and most intimate thoughts in diaries, letters and other forms of life-writing. Although it is well established as a genre in the Anglophone and Francophone traditions, there has been very little publication of life-writing in the Hispanic and Lusophone worlds … Continue reading

Nacer desde el sueño published

María Zambrano (1904–1991) creó una antropología filosófica labrando con paciencia artesanal y vitalicia un puñado de conceptos: la divinización de lo sagrado, la razón-poética, el sentir originario, la forma-sueño, el devenir-persona. El pensamiento subyacente a los conceptos de forma-sueño y devenir-persona propone que el tiempo y la vida humanos vienen del sueño y que, soñando, … Continue reading

Experiencia popular, ciudad e identidad en el noroeste argentino published

Existe una zona de la interrogación cultural contemporánea desde el sur que puede encontrar en el barullo histórico del movimiento Tupac Amaru de Jujuy (Argentina) caminos para repensar los modos de subjetivación político-cultural de ciertos sectores populares latinoamericanos. Es así como se interpelan las complejidades actuales del lazo social en estas latitudes. De antemano, no … Continue reading

Los límites del Hispanismo published

Los límites del Hispanismo: nuevos métodos, nuevas fronteras, nuevos géneros constituye un hito en el debate sobre la vigencia y la renovación de los estudios hispánicos. Por un parte, el presente volumen congrega aportaciones de jóvenes doctores en Hispanismo que desarrollan su labor académica en once países diferentes, al mismo tiempo que se demuestra la … Continue reading

Mário de Sá-Carneiro, A Cosmopolitan Modernist published

Although he committed suicide at the age of twenty-five, Mário de Sá-Carneiro left behind a rich corpus of texts that is inventive, playful, even daring. The first collection in English to be dedicated to his work, this volume brings together scholars from Portugal, Brazil, and the USA to reassess Sá-Carneiro’s contribution to Portuguese and European … Continue reading

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