Foucault and Latin America: Appropriations and Deployments of Discursive Analysis

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Benigno Trigo
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Introduction by Benigno Trigo; Part One: Discourse Chapter 1. The Ordered City, From The Lettered City by Angel Rama, Translated by John Charles Chasteen Chapter 2. The Lettered City: Power and Writing in Latin America, From Latin Americanism by Roman de la Campa; Chapter 3. A Clearing in the Jungle: From Santa Monica to Macondo From Myth and Archive, by Roberto Gonzalez Echevarria; Chapter 4. Bordering on Madness: The Licenciado Vidriera, Guillermo Gomez-Pena and the Performance of Liminality, by John Ochoa; Part 2: Government Chapter 5. Love and Country: An Allegorical Speculation, From Foundational Fictions: The National Romances of Latin America, by Doris Sommer; Chapter 6. From Liberty to Fatherland: Sacrifice and Dead Certainties in the Critical Discourses of Cuba, by Aida Beaupied; Chapter 7. Governmentality and the Social Question: National Formation and Discipline, by Juan Poblete; Chapter 8. Rendering the Invisible Visible and the Visible Invisible: The Colonizing Function of Bailey K. Ashford's Antianemia Campaigns, by Fernando Feliu Translated by Maria Elena Cepeda; Part 3: Subjectivity Chapter 9. Thinking Subjectivity in Latin American Criticism, by Benigno Trigo; Chapter 10. Subjectivity and Olavide's Sentimental Novels, by Fernando Unzueta; Chapter 11. Author-(dys)function: Rereading I, Rigoberta Menchu, by Elzbieta Sklodowska Part 4: Sexuality Chapter 12. The Theatrics of Reading: Body and Book in Victorian Ocampo From At Face Value: Autobiographical Writing in Spanish America, by Sylvia Molloy; Chapter 13. "One Nail Takes Out Another": Power, Gender and Revolution in Julia Alvarez's Novels, by Kelly Oliver; Chapter 14. "Race Woman": Reproducing the Nation in Gabriela Mistral, by Licia Fiol-Matta; Chapter 15. Sadomasochism in Paradiso: Bound Narratives and Pleasure, by B. Sifuentes Jauregui Bibliography Contributors Index
Foucault and Latin America is the first volume to trace the influence of Foucault's theories on power, discourse, government, subjectivity and sexuality in Latin American thought.

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