Perspetivas críticas sobre os estudos ibéricos
The recent emergence of ‘Iberian Studies’ requires a crucial reflection on the challenges and potentialities associated with this area. This volume intends to contribute to methodological renewal and compiles essays that explore possibilities of analysis over the Iberian space and related phenomena. It offers a plural framework of theoretical references and perspectives, in which the challenges posed by Basque, Catalan and Galician cases are especially focused. Thereby, this book is a valuable tool for reading the current situation and for developing a new critical thinking about this object of study.
Keywords: Pan-Hispanic folk balladry. Interliterariness. Hispanism. State. Political fantasy. Translation. Cultural planning. Cultural conflict. Local literatures. Nation branding. Iberian Studies. Modes of remembering. Galician Studies. Iberian Studies. Catalan Studies. Imagology. Feminism. Literary geography. Interdisciplinarity. Digital cartography. World literature. S. Queer Studies. Cinema and national image. Literary Criticism. Vertical and horizontal historiography. Iberisms. Centripetal and centrifugal movements. Identity building. Island Studies. Comparative Literature. Literature. Literary history. GIS. Academia. Periphery. Sexuality. Gender. Translation Studies. Epistemological reflexivity. Nationalism. Catalan culture. Literary systems. Canon formation. Subjectivity. Violence. Digital Humanities. Contemporary Galician narrative. Oral tradition. Philology. Cultural stereotypes. Cultural memory. Culture. Postimperialism. Basque Studies. Centre. Luso-Brazilian/Portuguese Studies. Canon. Globalisation. Commercial nationalism. Polyphony.
Language: es, pt, gl, caISBN (print): 978-88-6969-324-3 ISBN (ebook): 978-88-6969-323-6