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José María Arguedas : reconsiderations for Latin American cultural studies /

Jose Maria Arguedas (1911-1969) is one of the most important authors to speak to issues of the survival of native cultures. Jose Maria Arguedas: Reconsiderations for Latin American Cultural Studies presents his views from multiple perspectives for English-speaking audiences for the first time. This...

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Other Authors: Sandoval, Ciro A., Boschetto-Sandoval, Sandra M.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: Athens : Ohio University Center for International Studies, 1998
Series: Monographs in international studies. Latin America series ; no. 29.
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245 0 0 |a José María Arguedas :  |b reconsiderations for Latin American cultural studies /  |c edited by Ciro A. Sandoval and Sandra M. Boschetto-Sandoval. 
260 |a Athens :  |b Ohio University Center for International Studies,  |c 1998. 
300 |a xlii, 312 p. ;  |c 22 cm. 
490 1 |a Monographs in international studies. Latin America series ;  |v no. 29 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references (p. 277-307). 
505 0 |a Andean anthropology in the era of development theory : the work of José María Arguedas / Priscilla Archibald -- Arguedas : music, awareness, and social transformation / William Rowe -- The neo-postcolonial condition of the work of art in Latin America : evidence from Peruvian ethnoliterature / Rita De Grandis -- The persistence of center : José María Arguedas and the challenge to the postmodern outlook / Alita Kelley -- Translation, autobiography, and Quechua knowledge / John C. Landreau -- Arguedas, the Quechua poet, and recent Quechua poetry / Martin Lienhard --José María Arguedas's El sexto : the gestation of an Andean paradigm of cultural revindication / Ciro A. Sandoval and Sandra M. Boschetto-Sandoval -- Tricksters in the fishmeal factory : fragmentation in Arguedas's last novel / Claudette Kemper Columbus -- Migrant conditions and multicultural intertextuality : the case of José María Arguedas / Antonio Cornejo Polar -- The plural narrator and the quandary of multiple communication in Arguedas's Deep rivers / Julio Ortega -- Wo(men) in the carnivalesque discourse of Deep rivers / Luis A. Jiménez -- Testimonial portrait : images of José María Arguedas / Pedro Lastra -- Afterword / Monica Barnes. 
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