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Seminar The State of Cultural and Literary Studies on the Hispanic Caribbean

: March, 31st, 2017
: University of Lisbon | School of Arts and Humanities (Room 5.2.)

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This seminar will analyze the new critical challenges faced by experts on the Hispanic Caribbean in Europe. What are the emerging theoretical tools to rethink this field of study? Are Caribbean critical traditions still valid or inappropriate today? What cultural approaches can be extended to other regions and vice-versa? What particularities distinguish the study of the Hispanic Caribbean from an European perspective? Among possible topics to be considered, the following themes are suggested:

- Caribbean and Latin Americanism

- Hispanic Caribbean and other Caribbeans

- The Caribbean and Hispanism

- Centres and peripheries of the Hispanic Caribbean. Commonplaces and invisibilities

- Transdisciplinary dialogues

- Multi-generic corpus

- De-colonial and Postcolonial Theories, Affect and Gender Theories, Ecocriticism, Studies on Race and Post-hegemony

- Hispanic Caribbean and the Global South

- Current resources for studies in Europe: research networks, publications, libraries, academic and artistic events, funding.

Magdalena López
Postdoctoral researcher DIIA-LOCUS (CEC-FLUL)
Sonia Miceli
Doctoral researcher (CEC-FLUL)

Activity organized by the DIIA project, LOCUS group

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