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by Nancy Hanway

eBook Embodying Argentina: Body, Space and Nation in 19th Century Narrative ePub
Author: Nancy Hanway
Language: English
ISBN: 078641457X
ISBN13: 978-0786414574
Publisher: McFarland & Company (May 20, 2003)
Pages: 192
Category: Humanities
Subcategory: Other
Rating: 4.6
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At this turbulent time in Argentina’s history, the question What is argentinidad? is more important than ever.

At this turbulent time in Argentina’s history, the question What is argentinidad? is more important than ever. The symbols of Argentina’s national culture that are now revered came about during another time of economic and political unrest in the second half of the nineteenth century and were captured by writers who understood authorship as a political matter.

Embodying Argentina book. In 2001 Argentina faced its most serious economic crisis in years. Embodying Argentina: Body, Space and Nation in 19th Century Narrative. by. Nancy Scott Hanway. At this turbulent time in Argentina's history, the question "What is argentinidad?" is more important than ever.

Embodying Argentina: Body, space and nation in 19th-century narrative. The Argentina reader: History, culture, and society. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. Jefferson, NC: McFarland & C. oogle Scholar. Corrientes culturales en la leyenda de Juana Azurduy de Padilla.

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This book analyses the various ways counterinsurgency in Afghanistan is gendered

This book analyses the various ways counterinsurgency in Afghanistan is gendered. The book examines the US led war in Afghanistan from 2001 onwards, including the invasion, the population-centric counterinsurgency operations and the efforts to train a new Afghan military charged with securing the country when the US and NATO withdrew their combat forces in 2014.

In 2001 Argentina faced its most serious economic crisis in years. At this turbulent time in Argentina's history, the question "What is argentinidad?" is more important than ever. The symbols of Argentina's national culture that are now revered came about during another time of economic and political unrest in the second half of the nineteenth century and were captured by writers who understood authorship as a political matter. This book examines Argentine literary narratives from 1850 to 1880, including Amalia (1851) by José Mármol, Recuerdos de provincia (1850) by Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, Una excursión a los indios ranqueles (1870) by Lucio V. Mansilla and Martín Fierro (1872, 1879) by José Hernández, and the changing relationship between ideas of citizenship, the body, and national space. The author argues that in each of the literary narratives she discusses, the ideas embodied by the emblematic citizen are articulated clearly in scenes in which the relationship between the gendered body and concepts of nation-space--the spaces, lands or territories where struggles over national identity are represented--comes into play. The work of Rosa Guerra and Eduarda Mansilla de García, who do not have canonical status but were widely read in their time and dealt with the colonial-era myth of the "first" white women held captive by native Argentines, is also explored.
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