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Transatlantic Studies: Latin America, Iberia, and Africa

Cecilia Enjuto-Rangel, Sebastiaan Faber, Pedro García-Caro, and Robert Patrick Newcomb


Transatlantic Studies: Latin America, Iberia, and Africa explores the field of Iberian and Latin American Transatlantic Studies to discuss its function within our pedagogical practices, to lay out its research methodologies, to explain its theoretical underpinnings, and to showcase--and question--its potential through 35 essays by the field’s leading scholars and critics. A central aim of this volume is to make the case for an understanding of transatlantic cultural history over the last two centuries that transcends national and linguistic boundaries, as well as traditional academic configur ... More

Keywords: Transatlantic Studies, Iberia, Latin America, Africa, Cultural Studies

Bibliographic Information

Print publication date: 2019 Print ISBN-13: 9781789620252
Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: May 2020 DOI:10.3828/liverpool/9781789620252.001.0001


Affiliations are at time of print publication.

Cecilia Enjuto-Rangel, editor

Sebastiaan Faber, editor

Pedro García-Caro, editor

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Front Matter

Introduction Transatlantic Studies: Staking Out the Field

Cecilia Enjuto-Rangel (University of Oregon), Sebastiaan Faber (Oberlin College), Pedro García-Caro (University of Oregon), and Robert Patrick Newcomb (UC Davis)

Transatlantic Methodologies

Chapter One Transatlantic Coloniality in 1940s Cuba

Francisco Fernández de Alba, Wheaton College

Chapter Four Iberian Studies: The Transatlantic Dimension

Mario Santana, The University of Chicago

Chapter Eight Inscribing Islands: From Cuba to Fernando Pó and Back

Benita Sampedro Vizcaya, Hofstra University

Transatlantic Linguistic Debates

Chapter Nine Linguistic Histories and the Role of Transatlanticity

José del Valle, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Chapter Eleven The Transatlantic Trajectory

Julio Ortega, Brown University

Transatlantic Displacement

Chapter Fourteen Luis Cernuda’s “Historial de un libro”: A Travelogue

Christina Karageorgou-Bastea, Vanderbilt University

Transatlantic Memory

Chapter Twenty-Two Transatlantic Trotsky

Gina Herrmann, University of Oregon

Transatlantic Postcolonial Affinities

Transatlantic Influence

Chapter Thirty Alfonso Reyes, Hispanist Praxis, and the Critique of Transatlantic Reason

Ignacio M. Sánchez-Prado, Washington University in St. Louis

Chapter Thirty-Three Hispanisms in the Works of Pedro Henríquez Ureña

Vicente Cervera Salinas, Universidad de Murcia


Cecilia Enjuto-Rangel (University of Oregon), Sebastiaan Faber (Oberlin College), Pedro García-Caro (University of Oregon), and Robert Patrick Newcomb (UC Davis)

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