2003 Volume 4 Number 1

 

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Vol. 4, No. 1, February 2003

Editorial

Vol. 4 No. 1 February 15, 2003 Now in our fourth year of publication, we invite you to take a look at our latest number which includes articles on the problem of spousal and child abuse in Nuevo León, México, the deconstruction of the hero in works by Juan Rulfo and Carlos Fuentes, and a study of transculturation and acculturation in the “folletines gauchescos de Eduardo Gutiérrez”. Book reviews include a look “Inside the Cuban Revolution” by Julia E. Sweig, and translations of works by budding Latinamerican authors Eduardo García Aguilar and Beatriz Escalante.

Recent Submissions

  • Azoh Barry, José (Latin American Studies Program, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, 2003-02-15)
    Mediante un trabajo de campo extensivo en instituciones de atención a violencia interpersonal en el Área Metropolitana de Monterrey, Nuevo León (México), desde 1999, se identificó que las diferencias y tensiones que enfrentan ...
  • Jaén Águila, Vicente Manuel (Latin American Studies Program, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, 2003-02-15)
    Mi intención en este estudio es explicar brevemente cuáles son las funciones del mito en la historia de la humanidad, y de qué manera la mitología se ve presente en la literatura, en particular en la literatura mexicana, ...
  • Rodríguez McGill, Carlos (Latin American Studies Program, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, 2003-02-15)
    Las obras de Eduardo Gutiérrez ayudaron a forjar una identidad cultural para una Argentina que entraba en la modernidad y modernización. Este trabajo se propone explorar las múltiples mediaciones llevadas a cabo por nuestro ...
  • Braham, Persephone (Latin American Studies Program, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, 2003-02-15)
    Mexican author Beatriz Escalante has written a fable of feminine ambition in which the central figure, an alchemist and sorceress, ultimately realizes her full intellectual potential.
  • Braham, Persephone (Latin American Studies Program, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, 2003-02-15)
    Colombian writer and journalist Eduardo García Aguilar’s collection of twenty-five short stories is headed by three epigraphs: one by Gabriel García Márquez that describes the simulacra of memory; one by Carlos Fuentes ...
  • Staten, Clifford (Latin American Studies Program, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, 2003-02-15)
    Julia Sweig, a Council Fellow and Deputy Director of the Latin America Program at the Council of Foreign Relations, is the first scholar to gain access to the classified archives in Cuba’s Office of Historical Affairs, ...