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Cosmopolitanism and Latin America

against the destiny of place

by Jacqueline Loss

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  • 33 Currently reading

Published by Palgrave Macmillan in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Latin America.
    • Subjects:
    • Latin American literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism,
    • Cosmopolitanism -- Latin America

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementJacqueline Loss.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPQ7081 .L77 2005
      The Physical Object
      Paginationp. cm.
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3424634M
      ISBN 101403970343
      LC Control Number2005047610
      OCLC/WorldCa58919478


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Examining Curriculum Studies from an international perspective, this book focuses on the relations between the Anglo-Saxon and Latin American educational traditions. Informed by William F.

Pinar’s conceptualization of curriculum as currere, Johnson-Mardones reconsiders curriculum as an internation. Books shelved as cosmopolitanism: Cosmopolitanism: Ethics in a World of Strangers by Kwame Anthony Appiah, On Cosmopolitanism and Forgiveness by Jacques.

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This collection of essays is the first book-length study of music history and cosmopolitanism, and is informed by arguments that culture and identity do not have to be viewed as primarily located in the context of nationalist narratives. This book examines Latin America's history of engagement with cosmopolitanisms as a manner of asserting a genealogy that links cultural critique in Latin America and the United States.

Cosmopolitanism is crucial to any discussion of Latin America, and Latin Americanism as a discipline. Reinaldo. Cosmopolitanism in the Americas. In this Book.

Additional Information. Cosmopolitanism in the Americas contents. View Citation; Buy This Book in Print. summary. This study is about the aporia between cosmopolitanism as a sign of justice and cosmopolitanism as the consumption and display of international luxury items and cultural production Cited by:   Kwame Anthony Appiah’s Cosmopolitanism is an engaging, well-written examination of the idea of cosmopolitanism, which will lead students to think deeply about the meaning of global citizenship.

At the core of the book is Appiah’s question, what obligations do humans have to each other. I used the book last year in my “Foundations of Global. Martha Nussbaum’s new book, The Cosmopolitan Tradition: A Noble but Flawed Ideal, explores the idea of a ‘citizen of the world.’ First articulated by Greek Cynic Diogenes, this perspective prioritized a moral approach to ethics and highlights the equal worth of all humans, rather than association by nation, class, gender, or race.

Camilla Fojas teaches Latin American and Latino Studies at DePaul University. Her areas of research include cultural, film, and media studies of the Americas within a comparative postcolonial frame of Latin America, the Caribbean, the.

A rigorous examination of the emancipatory potential of current debates surrounding cosmopolitanism in Europe, this book will be of interest to sociologist and political scientists working on questions of identity, inclusion, citizenship, globalisation, cosmopolitanism and gender.

Latin America, and Europe, the book consists of fifteen. In Cosmopolitanism, Kwame Anthony Appiah, one of the world’s leading philosophers, challenges us to redraw these imaginary boundaries, reminding us of the powerful ties that connect people across religions, culture and nations and of the deep conflicts within them.

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| Faculty Fellow Projects, who represent an idealized version of Latin America for consumption by non–Latin American audiences. My book is trying to make a reading as to how Mexican writers read world literature.

They do not consider the same things as canonical in British. Synopsis Although emerging scholarship in the social sciences suggests that religion can be a potential catalyst of cosmopolitanism and global citizenship, few attempts have been made to bring to the fore new theoretical positions and empirical analyses of how cosmopolitanism -- as a philosophical notion, a practice and identity outlook -- can also shape and inform concrete.

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These texts activate a cosmopolitan attitude by persuading the reader to be more open, more modern, and more amenable to difference. Colored Cosmopolitanism is the first detailed examination of both ends of this transnational encounter.

Nico Slate tells the stories of neglected historical figures, like the “Eurasian” scholar Cedric Dover, and offers a stunning glimpse of people we thought we knew. Prominent figures such as Mahatma Gandhi, Jawaharlal Nehru, Swami. Garifuna live in Central America and the United States.

Identified as Black by others and by themselves, they paradoxically also claim indigenous status and rights in Latin America. As Mark Anderson reveals, indigeneity serves as a model for collective rights, while blackness confers a status of cosmopolitanism.

Is There Such a Thing as an Ethics of Cosmopolitanism. Martha C. Nussbaum Goes All the Way Back to Cicero. By Martha C. Nussbaum. the floods of people seeking asylum from political disasters in Syria and Latin America, and from human rights violations in many parts of the world; the more chronic flights from poverty and crime in Latin.

This book addresses different dimensions of cosmopolitanism in the Portuguese-speaking world which have caused much debate, such as migration and globalisation.

The volume includes contributions from leading specialists in History, Musicology, Literary Studies, Anthropology and Political Sciences. Populism and cosmopolitanism are commonly regarded as antitheses, reducing populism to communalism and cosmopolitanism to elitism.

This chapter develops a more nuanced view by turning to the early histories of both phenomena. In Diogenes the Cynic, cosmopolitanism’s ancient inventor, it finds evidence less for elitism than for resistance to politics as by: 1.

This book takes as its starting point the emergence of cosmopolitanism — as a major interdisciplinary field — as a springboard for generating a productive dialogue among scholars working within a variety of intellectual disciplines and methodological traditions. India, North America, Latin America, and Europe.

This work will be of great. Spanish books for children, adults and bilingual libraries and education. Mariano Siskind’s groundbreaking debut book redefines the scope of world literature, particularly regarding the place of Latin America in its imaginaries and mappings.

In Siskind’s formulation, world literature is a modernizing discursive strategy, a way in which cultures negotiate their aspirations to participate in global networks of. This collection of essays is the first book-length study of music history and cosmopolitanism, and is informed by arguments that culture and identity do not have to be viewed as primarily located in the context of nationalist narratives.

Rather than trying to distinguish between a true cosmopolitani. Book vi, pages ; 24 cm. Subjects: Latin American literature. Literature and globalization. Summary: From today's vantage point it can be denied that the confidence in the abilities of globalism, mobility, and cosmopolitanism to illuminate cultural signification processes of our time has been severely shaken.

Mariano Siskind's Cosmopolitan Desires: Global Modernity and World Literature in Latin America is a study of the emergence of a cosmopolitan discourse composed by various turn-of-the-century Latin American writers and critics invested in transcending national literary formations and participating, albeit in indirect and unequal ways, in the global literary : Abraham Acosta.

This book offers a highly original account of the emergence of pop-rock music as a global phenomenon in which Anglo-American and many other national and ethnic variants interact in complex ways. Pop-rock is analysed as a prime instance of aesthetic cosmopolitanism – that is, the gradual formation, in late modernity, of world culture as a Author: Motti Regev.

38). This second half of the book serves as an extended case study of late nineteenth and early-twentieth century Latin American modernismo, which, in Siskind's view, foundationally exhibits a "desire for the world" () constitutive of a universalist cosmopolitanism articulated from the.

Whereas globalization theory was predominantly silent about the role of translation in making possible the flow of information worldwide, assuming instant communicability and transparency, translation has gained central importance in recent accounts of cosmopolitanism that emphasize global interdependence and the negotiation of by:   Global in scope with more contributors from Japan, China, Russia, South Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America than any other reference on the topic; Explores the importance and impact of race, ethnicity and nationalism on private, public and not-for-profit organizations and institutions in the modern, global world.

In this inspiring meditation on global ethics, the eminent political philosopher Appiah poses old questions made urgent by globalization: What does it mean to be a citizen of the world. What do we owe strangers by virtue of our shared humanity.

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I thought you were advocating cosmopolitanism for the Africa and for me Latin America. This research employs quite a lot of litertaure on cosmopolitanism and creativity. They edited a.Experimentalisms in Practice Music Perspectives from Latin America Edited by Ana R.

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