Perspetivas críticas sobre os estudos ibéricos

Perspetivas críticas sobre os estudos ibéricos

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ISBN (print)
978-88-6969-324-3

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978-88-6969-323-6

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02 Aug 2019

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Biblioteca di Rassegna iberistica

Posimperialismo, estudios ibéricos y enfoques comparativo-sistémicos
Pornografía neoliberal española, terrorismo antropológico-turístico y oasis vasco

Joseba Gabilondo
Michigan State University, USA
joseba@joseba.net

DOI 10.30687/978-88-6969-323-6/003

Submitted 23 Oct 2018
Accepted 06 Nov 2018

Abstract

This chapter focuses on the fact that there is no founding theory of Iberian Studies, no ‘Iberian Reason’, and the field assumes its foundation without historical and political justification. The article argues that a theory of postimperialism is the only way to ground the field. Finally, it argues that a systemic approach, following the theories of Even-Zohar, will only legitimise State reason, against which Iberian Studies must theorise. Finally, the article argues for a postmarxist-lacanian approach whereby violence and political fantasies can be studied in a non-systemic way. It concludes with a short analysis of Fernando Aramburu’s Patria, Dolores Redondo’s Trilogy of Baztan, and Eider Rodriguez’s short stories.

Keywords
Iberian Studies. Comparative Literature. Postimperialism. Violence. Political fantasy.


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Gabilondo Joseba

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Posimperialismo, estudios ibéricos y enfoques comparativo-sistémicos

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Book Chapter

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es

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This chapter focuses on the fact that there is no founding theory of Iberian Studies, no ‘Iberian Reason’, and the field assumes its foundation without historical and political justification. The article argues that a theory of postimperialism is the only way to ground the field. Finally, it argues that a systemic approach, following the theories of Even-Zohar, will only legitimise State reason, against which Iberian Studies must theorise. Finally, the article argues for a postmarxist-lacanian approach whereby violence and political fantasies can be studied in a non-systemic way. It concludes with a short analysis of Fernando Aramburu’s Patria, Dolores Redondo’s Trilogy of Baztan, and Eider Rodriguez’s short stories.

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Biblioteca di Rassegna iberistica

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Edizioni Ca’ Foscari - Digital Publishing

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2019-08-02

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2018-10-23

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2018-11-06

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http://doi.org/10.14277/978-88-6969-323-6/003

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2610-8844

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2610-9360

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978-88-6969-324-3

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978-88-6969-323-6

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Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution alone

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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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Iberian Studies

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Comparative Literature

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Postimperialism

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Violence

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Political fantasy

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