University of Calgary

Relocating Identities in Latin American Cultures.


This volume explores the ever-changing process of the de/construction of identities in Latin-American literatures and cultures. Responding to a number of phenomena such as migrations, globalization, and gender, the eleven chapters contained in this book engage the questions of locations, time, and place. The theoretical approaches used to study identities are quite eclectic and they range from close readings to textual analyses based on feminism, deconstruction, postcolonial theory, and cultural studies.


ISBN 978-1-55238-209-7:


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