Latin American Studies
Brazilian Cinema from 1970 to 2015
Puts forward a new, provocative history of queer cinema in Brazil.
Explores the global dimension and local identity of Chile's vibrant contemporary cinema.
Latino Jews in the United States
Exploration of ethnic identity and community building through stories of contemporary Latino Jews.
Humor in Borges studies the humor embedded in the fiction of the serious and metaphysical literary figure, Jorge Luis Borges.
Called the "Quintessence of the Baroque" and "Bridge to the Enlightenment," Mexican writer and nun Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz has also been celebrated as the "First Feminist of the New World." Feminist Perspectives on Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz fills a gap
Studies of National Cinemas
This volume comprises essays on the development of the New Latin American Cinema as a comparative national project.
Theories, Practices, and Transcontinental Articulations
Volume One explores the formation of the New Latin American Cinema movement, its national and continental implications (including the diasporic/exilic experience) and transcontinental articulations through the writings of pioneer filmmakers and scholars.
A heart-rendering history of the systematic, unrelenting destruction of human dignity and individual will.
A Dramatic Construction of Time and Place
This text examines the multiple narrative perspectives Donoso presents and traces a transformation in Donoso's works from complex stage performance to political forum.