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Culturas hispanas a través de la pantalla / Hispanic Cultures Through the Screen

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Ana M. López-Aguilera, Bemidji State University

Copyright Year: 2021

Publisher: Minnesota Libraries Publishing Project

Language: English

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Reviewed by Caitlin McClelland Methvin, visiting assistant professor, DePauw University on 5/27/22

The guiding pedagogical framework of the textbook is a critical approach to teach “Latino linguistic, cultural, and historical diversity” for a broad collegiate audience. The textbook is divided into its English and Spanish versions, allowing for... read more

Table of Contents

  • I. Culturas hispanas a través de la pantalla
    • 1. Street Food Latin America—Comida para hacerte sentir bien
    • 2. Joe T Hodo—“¿Para qué tener una Malinche cuando puedes tener un Cortés?”
    • 3. Cartas a mi Ex—“Una radiografía del amor en la era de la soledad”
    • 4. Jane the Virgin—Telenovelas: el drama de la vida común y corriente
    • 5. Vida–Soplaré y soplaré, y tu casita derribaré
    • 6. La Niña—Reconciliación
    • 7. “Canción sin miedo” (2020) de Vivir Quintana y el coro El palomar—Feminicidios
    • 8. “La cumbia de la memoria” (2016) de Rebeca Lane—Derechos humanos
    • 9. “Shock” (2011) de Ana Tijoux—Protestas de estudiantes
    • 10. “This land is your land” (2017) de Los jornaleros del norte—Fronteras
    • 11. “Urge” (2017) de Lila Downs—Corazones, cuerpos, cuidar
  • II. Hispanic Cultures Through the Screen
    • 12. Street Food Latin America—Comfort Food
    • 13. Joe T Hodo—"Why choose a Malinche when you can have a Cortés?"
    • 14. Cartas a mi Ex—“A report of love in the era of loneliness”
    • 15. Jane the Virgin—Telenovelas, the drama of everyday life
    • 16. Vida–I´ll huff and I´ll puff and I´ll blow your house down
    • 17. La Niña—Reconciliation
    • 18. “Canción sin miedo” (2020) by Vivir Quintana and El palomar—Feminicides
    • 19. “La cumbia de la memoria” (2016) by Rebeca Lane—Human Rights
    • 20. “Shock” (2011) by Ana Tijoux—Protests
    • 21. “This land is your land” (2017) by Los jornaleros del norte—Fences
    • 22. “Urge” (2017) by Lila Downs—Hearts, bodies, caring

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  • About the Book

    Este libro de texto busca fomentar el visionado crítico de productos audiovisuales contemporáneos y el reflexionar sobre la representación de las culturas hispanas en webseries y vídeos musicales. This textbook aims to promote critical viewing of contemporary audiovisual products and thinking about the representation of Hispanic cultures in web series and music videos.

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    Ana M. López-Aguilera, Assistant Professor of Spanish, Bemidji State University

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