Routledge Companions to Gender: The Routledge Companion to Gender, Sex and Latin American Culture

Editor: Aldama, Frederick Luis
Publication Year: 2018
Publisher: Routledge

Single-User Purchase Price: $242.00
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ISBN: 978-1-13-889495-2
Category: Social Sciences - Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies
Image Count: 24
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

The Routledge Companion to Gender, Sex and Latin American Culture is the first comprehensive volume to explore the intersections between gender, sexuality, and the creation, consumption, and interpretation of popular culture in the Americas.

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Table of Contents

  • List of figures
  • List of contributors
  • Introduction: Putting gender and sexuality at the center of all that goes pop in Latin America - Frederick Luis Aldama
  • Part I: Transmedial re-mediations
  • 1. Hybrid mass culture - Debra A. Castillo
  • 2. The Latin American flâneur in the digital age - Osvaldo Cleger
  • 3. Intersections of gender and gaming in Latin America - Phillip Penix-Tadsen
  • 4. La lotería mexicana: Playing with heteronormativity - Stacey Alex
  • 5. Diasporic intersectionality: Colonial history and Puerto Rican hero narratives in 21: The Story of Roberto Clemente and La Borinqueña - Ivonne M. García
  • 6. Drawing up a ‘post’-Latin America: The possibilities and limits of gender imagination in post-apocalyptic, post-human, and post-historical graphic narrative - Mauricio Espinoza
  • 7. Tito Guízar on Radio Row: Intermediality, Latino identity, and two early 1930s Vitaphone shorts - Nicolas Poppe
  • Part II: Bending genre
  • 8. Interior design and homoerotic spaces in José Asunción Silva's De sobremesa - Sergio Macías
  • 9. Melodramatic attachments: On Puig's Boquitas pintadas - Ben. Sifuentes-Jáuregui
  • 10. Sex with aliens: Dramatic irony in Daína Chaviano's “The Annunciation” - Matthew David Goodwin
  • 11. Villain or victim?: Undermining the memory of Japanese Peruvians in Augusto Higa Oshiro's Gaijin (Extranjero) - Shigeko Mato
  • 12. Art, literature, and mass media in Pedro Lemebel - Juan Poblete
  • Part III: Re-constructing silver screen imaginaries
  • 13. Neoliberal pigmentocracies: Women and the elite body politic in neoliberal Mexican cinema - Ignacio M. Sánchez Prado
  • 14. Class, gender, race in recent filmic urban Brazilian spaces - Samuel Cruz
  • 15. El roc ha muerto, viva el roc: Countercultural heroines in Sergio García Michel's Super 8mm cinema - Iván Eusebio Aguirre Darancou
  • 16. Starring Mexico: Female stardom, age and mass media trajectories in the 20th century - Olivia Cosentino
  • 17. Hemisexualizing the Latin lover: Film and live art interpretations and provocations - Paloma Martinez-Cruz and John Cruz
  • 18. Transnational queerings and Sense8 - Laura Fernández
  • 19. Good gringos, bad hombres: The postlapsarian films of Mel Gibson - Ryan Rashotte
  • Part IV: Putting the feminist and queer pop in the pictorial arts
  • 20. Graffiti in Latin America: Preliminary notes - Ilan Stavans
  • 21. Graffiti School Comunidad: A feminist arts pedagogy of empowerment - Guisela Latorre and Marjorie Peñailillo
  • 22. Contemporary Amerindian imaginaries and the challenge of intersectional analysis - Arij Ouweneel
  • 23. The photography of Thomaz Farkas and the Estádo de Pacaembu: A theatre of Brazilian male homosociality - David William Foster
  • Part V: Bend it like Pelé
  • 24. A “friendly” game: Homoaffectivity in Club de Cuervos - Patrick Thomas Ridge
  • 25. Reading race and gender in The Black Man in Brazilian Soccer and beyond - Jack A. Draper III
  • 26. Hard punches, vulnerable bodies: Latin American boxing films and the intersections of gender, class, and nation - Mauricio Espinoza and Luis Miguel Estrada Orozco
  • 27. “The Blizzard of Oz”: Ozzie Guillén and Latino masculinities as spectacle - Jennifer Domino Rudolph
  • Part VI: Alt-hemispheric sound and body performatics
  • 28. Somos Mujeres Somos Hip Hop: Feminism and hip hop in Latin America - Melissa Castillo-Garsow
  • 29. Weirded soundscapes in contemporary Chilean narrative - J. Andrew Brown
  • 30. Dance as medicine: Healing bodies in Nicaragua from the colonial period to the present - John Petrus and Jessica Rutherford
  • 31. Gender performativity and indigenous conceptions of duality in the Inti Raymi–Jatun Puncha Festivals of Cotacachi, Ecuador - Michelle Wibbelsman
  • Part VII: Staging nuevo hemispheric identities
  • 32. Beside motherhood: Staging women's lives in Latin American Theatre of the Real - Julie Ann Ward
  • 33. Can saraus speak to gender and migrant politics in São Paulo? - Derek Pardue
  • 34. Transfeminism and fake mustachios: Sayak Valencia's decolonial critique at the U.S.–Mexico border - Ignacio Corona
  • 35. Proud sinvergüenza or foolish maricón?: Manu NNa's challenge to Mexican homonormativity - Doug Bush
  • 36. The Cuban Missile Crisis of white masculinity: Tito Bonito and the burlesque butt - Kristie Soares