In this Issue
- Volume 2, Issue 2, 2001
Nepantla: Views from South is committed to fostering innovative reflection at the intersections of the humanities and the social sciences and of post-area studies and cultural studies. While inspired mainly by Latin American, Caribbean, and U.S. Latinidad perspectives, Nepantla's scope is in no way limited to these perspectives and/or regions. The linkages that define borders of all kinds serve as points of departure for exploration: borders of empire; borders of class, gender, and ethnicity; and the disciplinary borders that have traditionally defined scholarship.
published byDuke University Press
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Table of Contents
- Thinking in Spanish: Memory of Logos?
- pp. 247-264
- In Medias Res Publicas
- pp. 355-371
- Gramsci in 1960s Cuba
- pp. 373-385
- Latin Americanism (review)
- pp. 416-418
- El cuerpo del delito: Un manual (review)
- pp. 419-426
- pp. 427-428
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