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Contemporary Colonialities in Mexico and Beyond

Contemporary Colonialities in Mexico and Beyond / Kathleen Ann Myers, Beth T. Boyd, Pablo García Loaeza, Cara Anne Kinnally, and Alejandro Mejías-López ; introduction by Justin Knight.
London : University of Toronto Press, 2024.
Baltimore, Md. : Project MUSE, 0000
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"Contemporary Colonialities in Mexico and Beyond explores the changing dynamic of coloniality by focusing on how modern cultural products connect to the foundational structures of colonialism. The book examines how these structures have perpetuated discourses of racial, ethnic, gender, and social exclusion rooted in Mexico's history. Given the intimate relationship between coloniality and modernity, the volume addresses three central questions: How does the Mexican colonial history influence the definition of Mexico from within and outside its borders? What issues rooted in coloniality recur over time and space? And finally, how do cultural products provide a concrete and tangible way of studying coloniality, its history, and its evolution? The book analyses how literary works, movies, television series, and social media posts reconfigure colonial difference and spatialization. Supported by careful historical and cultural contextualization, these analyses will allow readers to appreciate contemporary Mexico vis-à-vis culture and borderland issues in the United States and debates on imperial memory in Spain. Ultimately, Contemporary Colonialities in Mexico and Beyond presents a handbook for readers looking to learn more about coloniality as a pervasive part of global interactions today."-- Provided by publisher.
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March 01, 2024
An Archaeology of Coloniality: José Emilio Pacheco's and Alfonso Cuarón's Colonia Roma / Kathleen Ann Myers
Pocket-Sized Apocalypses: Coloniality in Juan José Arreola's La feria and Carlos Reygadas's "Este es mi reino" / Pablo García Loaeza
Colonial Foundations, Digital Futures: Recasting the Spanish Conquest in Social Media / Beth T. Boyd
Travel, Migration, and the Making of Borderlands: Life and Death in the Colony or Neo-Colony / Cara Anne Kinnally
On Bad Education and Growing Flowers: Colonial/Imperial Legacies in Arturo Pérez-Reverte, Pedro Almodóvar, and Manolo Caro / Alejandro Mejías-López.

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