Latin American Dramatists Since 1945

Buenos Aires : Editorial Teatro Abierto , 1981 ; Siete dramaturgos argentinos . Ottawa , Canada : Girol Books ... In Teatro . Buenos Aires : Corregidor , 1987 . Tentepie I y II ( 1969 ) . In Teatro breve contemporáneo argentino .

Latin American Dramatists Since 1945

Identifies over 700 of the most prominent Latin American playwrights of the late 20th century.

Handbook of Latin American Studies

Am . Theatre Rev. , 26 : 1 , Fall 1992 , P. 43-53 ) Callan considera que la tensión polarizante e irreconciliable ... considera como representativas del teatro más reciente del dramaturgo argentino , caracterizado por su particular ...

Handbook of Latin American Studies


Bibliographic Guide to Latin American Studies

Los orígenes del teatro hispanoamericano contemporáneo : la generación de dramaturgos de 1927 , dos direcciones Grínor Rojo . Santiago de Chile : Ediciones ... W7 J67 1967 El rol de los bancos en el crecimiento económico argentino / .

Bibliographic Guide to Latin American Studies


Humanities

... Stephen , 4790 Suárez , Gastón , 4240 Suárez , Wagner Rafael , 5155 Suárez Aguilar , Vicente , 53 Suárez Argüello ... César , 3056 Teatro , 4264 Teatro breve : Premio Faiga 1997 , 4265 Teatro cartagenero contemporáneo , 4266 Teatro ...

Humanities

Beginning with volume 41 (1979), the University of Texas Press became the publisher of the Handbook of Latin American Studies, the most comprehensive annual bibliography in the field. Compiled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and annotated by a corps of more than 130 specialists in various disciplines, the Handbook alternates from year to year between social sciences and humanities. The Handbook annotates works on Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and the Guianas, Spanish South America, and Brazil, as well as materials covering Latin America as a whole. Most of the subsections are preceded by introductory essays that serve as biannual evaluations of the literature and research under way in specialized areas. The Handbook of Latin American Studies is the oldest continuing reference work in the field. Lawrence Boudon became the editor in 2000. The subject categories for Volume 58 are as follows: Electronic Resources for the Humanities Art History (including ethnohistory) Literature (including translations from the Spanish and Portuguese) Philosophy: Latin American Thought Music

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Theatre Documentation

Yo también con mis memorias : Cincuenta años de teatro argentino . Buenos Aires : Editorial Ancora , 1963 . 89 p . ... El teatro breve nacional , " Revista ... Nota sôbre humor no teatro contemporâneo , " Cadernos Brasileiros , V , No.

Theatre Documentation


General Catalogue of Printed Books

General Catalogue of Printed Books


Library of Congress Catalog

Library of Congress Catalog


The Legacy of Human Rights Violations in the Southern Cone

'Breve historia de la dictadura', in Caetano and Alfaro, Historia del Uruguay contemporáneo, 253—306. ... Ciria, Alberto, 'Variaciones sobre la historia argentina en el teatro de Roberto Cossa', Revista canadiense de estudios hispánicos ...

The Legacy of Human Rights Violations in the Southern Cone

The new democracies of the Southern Cone have publicly professed to reject and condemn the uses of the state power in various forms against citizens under military rule, thus dissociating themselves from their predecessors. And yet the experiences of military rule have become a grim legacy, raising major issues and dilemmas to the forefront of the public agenda. The Legacy of Human Rights Violations in the Southern Cone: Argentina, Chile, and Uruguay analyses in a systematic and comparative way the struggles and debates, the institutional paths and crises that took place in these societies following redemocratization in the 1980s and 1990s, as they confronted the legacy of violations committed under previous authoritarian governments and as the democratic administrations tried to balance normative principles and political contingency. The book also traces how these trends affected the development of politics of oblivion and memory and the restructuring of collective identity and solidarity following redemocratization. Oxford Studies in Democratization is a series for scholars and students of comparative politics and related disciplines. The series will concentrate on the comparative study of the democratization process that accompanied the decline and termination of the cold war. The geographical focus of the series will primarily be Latin America, the Caribbean, Southern and Eastern Europe, and relevant experiences in Africa and Asia.

Crossing Borders Claiming a Nation

A History of Argentine Jewish Women, 1880–1955 Sandra McGee Deutsch. López, Rick Anthony. “The India Bonita Contest ... “Breve historia del Teatro del Pueblo. ... Anales de la literatura española contemporánea 27, no. 3 (2002): 73–93.

Crossing Borders  Claiming a Nation

In Crossing Borders, Claiming a Nation, Sandra McGee Deutsch brings to light the powerful presence and influence of Jewish women in Argentina. The country has the largest Jewish community in Latin America and the third largest in the Western Hemisphere as a result of large-scale migration of Jewish people from European and Mediterranean countries from the 1880s through the Second World War. During this period, Argentina experienced multiple waves of political and cultural change, including liberalism, nacionalismo, and Peronism. Although Argentine liberalism stressed universal secular education, immigration, and individual mobility and freedom, women were denied basic citizenship rights, and sometimes Jews were cast as outsiders, especially during the era of right-wing nacionalismo. Deutsch’s research fills a gap by revealing the ways that Argentine Jewish women negotiated their own plural identities and in the process participated in and contributed to Argentina’s liberal project to create a more just society. Drawing on extensive archival research and original oral histories, Deutsch tells the stories of individual women, relating their sentiments and experiences as both insiders and outsiders to state formation, transnationalism, and cultural, political, ethnic, and gender borders in Argentine history. As agricultural pioneers and film stars, human rights activists and teachers, mothers and doctors, Argentine Jewish women led wide-ranging and multifaceted lives. Their community involvement—including building libraries and secular schools, and opposing global fascism in the 1930s and 1940s—directly contributed to the cultural and political lifeblood of a changing Argentina. Despite their marginalization as members of an ethnic minority and as women, Argentine Jewish women formed communal bonds, carved out their own place in society, and ultimately shaped Argentina’s changing pluralistic culture through their creativity and work.

World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre

Co-founded by Gabriel Cossoy, who later returned to educational theatre work in his native Argentina, ... 'Semana Santa en Nicaragua: rito, tradicién y contemporaneidad'. ... 'Breve nota sobre el teatro nicaragiiense'.

World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre

This new in paperback edition of World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre covers the Americas, from Canada to Argentina, including the United States. Entries on twenty six countries are preceded by specialist introductions on Theatre in Post-Colonial Latin America, Theatres of North America, Puppet Theatre, Theatre for Young Audiences, Music Theatre and Dance Theatre. The essays follow the series format, allowing for cross-referring across subjects, both within the volume and between volumes. Each country entry is written by specialists in the particular country and the volume has its own teams of regional editors, overseen by the main editorial team based at the University of York in Canada headed by Don Rubin. Each entry covers all aspects of theatre genres, practitioners, writers, critics and styles, with bibliographies, over 200 black & white photographs and a substantial index. This Encyclopedia is indispensable for anyone interested in the cultures of the Americas or in modern theatre. It is also an invaluable reference tool for students and scholars of a wide range of disciplines including history, performance studies, anthropology and cultural studies.

World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre

Co-founded by Gabriel Cossoy, who later returned to educational theatre work in his native Argentina, ... 'Semana Santa en Nicaragua: rito, tradicion y contemporaneidad'. ... 'Breve nota sobre el teatro nicaragiiense'.

World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre

The second volume of the World Encyclopedia of Contemporary Theatre covers the Americas, from Canada to Argentina, including the United States. Entries on twenty-six countries are preceded by specialist introductions on Theatre in Post-Colonial Latin America, Theatres of North America, Puppet Theatre, Theatre for Young Audiences, Music Theatre and Dance Theatre. The essays follow the series format, allowing for cross-referring across subjects, both within the volume and between volumes. Each country entry is written by specialists in the particular country and the volume has its own teams of regional editors, overseen by the main editorial team based at the University of York in Canada headed by Don Rubin. Each entry covers all aspects of theatre genres, practitioners, writers, critics and styles, with bibliographies, over 200 black & white photographs and a substantial index. This is a unique volume in its own right; in conjunction with the other volumes in this series it forms a reference resource of unparalleled value.

Bibliographic Guide to Theatre Arts

Bibliographic Guide to Theatre Arts


Catalog of the Latin American Collection

0792.092 01 BtoBa , Ro 188El último mutis ; memorias de 88 afas de teatro a Parí , Chilo , Argentina , Uruguay J ... Maria y Campos , Armando de , 1897Manuel Acutta en su teatro ; seguido de una breve historia del teatro en Suecia y de ...

Catalog of the Latin American Collection