Gender in Hispanic Literature and Visual Arts
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Gender in Hispanic Literature and Visual Arts provides an interdisciplinary and multicultural perspective on gender within Hispanic film and literature. The contributors analyze the relationship between the historical and social contexts of various Hispanic countries—including Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Mexico, Peru, Puerto Rico, Spain, and Uruguay—and the effects of their contexts on their representations of gender. This book examines gender-based violence, transvestism, lesbianism, (mis)representation, indigenism, dissent, identity, and voice as a means of better understanding the meaning and implications of gender within the diversity of people and cultures that comprise the Hispanic world.
Rowman and Littlefield
Arts and Humanities | Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies | Film and Media Studies | Latin American Languages and Societies | Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Studies | Social and Behavioral Sciences | Theatre and Performance Studies
Mougoyanni Hennessy, Christina, Patricia Bolaños-Fabres, and Tania Gómez. 2015. Gender in Hispanic Literature and Visual Arts. Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books.
Edited by Christina Mougoyanni Hennessy; Patricia Bolaños-Fabres and Tania Gómez.
Contributions by Emilia Barbosa; Patricia Bolaños-Fabres; Olga Colbert; Marcela T. Garcés; Tania Gómez; Christina Karageorgou-Bastea; Anca Koczkas; Christina Mougoyanni Hennessy; Silvia M. Roca-Martínez and Elizabeth Rivero.