In this Book
• What are the different rhetorical strategies employed by writers, artists, filmmakers, and activists to react to the degradation of life and climate change?
• How are urban movements using environmental issues to resist corporate privatization of the commons?
• What is the shape of Spanish debates on reproductive rights and biotechnology?
• What is the symbolic significance of the bullfighting debate and other human/animal issues in today's political turmoil in Spain?
Hispanic Issues Series
Nicholas Spadaccini, Editor-in-Chief
Hispanic Issues Online
Table of Contents
- I. Genealogies of Ecological and Animal Rights Movements in Modern and Contemporary Iberia
- pp. 1-2
- II. Ecological Crisis and the Neoliberal Appropriation of Public Space
- pp. 57-58
- III. Iberian Bio-Power: Life as a Political Matter
- pp. 161-162
- IV. Reassembling the Archive through the Concept of Life
- pp. 229-230