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Claves para una nueva lectura de Terra Nostra , de Carlos Fuentes. Young M. Historicity and Culture in The Buried Mirror. Session 3. A Book Presentation:. Tradition and Innovation in Mesoamerican Cultural History.
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Participating Authors and Chapter Titles:. Kinship Terms in Colonial Valley Zapotec. E vidence about Proto-Zapotec from a Colonial Document. Stephanie Lozano, and Mchael Galant. Lanin A. The University of Arizona. Friday, May 4, p. Professor Maarten van Delden introduces and welcomes. Professor Lanin Gyurko's featured lecture. Dinner, May 4, p. University Club. Session 4. Carlos Fuentes and the Gothic Literary Tradition. May 5, a. Adriana Gordillo , Southern Oregon University.
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Session 5. Agustina Ortiz, Indepentent Writer, Germany. Steven Boldy. Cambridge University , United Kingdom. Professor Steven Boldy's featured lecture. Lunch, May 5, p. Golden Eagle Ballroom-C. Carlos Fuentes in World Literature:. Translators,Translations, and the Transcultural. Manuel Azuaje Alamo. University of Toky o, Japan. Wendy B. Faris, University of Texas at Arlington. Faris, Domnita Dumitrescu. Copyright Photo Art by Hans Alvarez.
Performing Artists:. May 5, p. Keynote Speaker. Conference Banquet. Conference Abstracts. Indeed, the entire project of Terra Nostra is predicated on the renovation of an inherited heterogeneous legacy, that of Spain, and by extension the Mediterranean, and the indigenous Americas above all. This paper explores the ways Terra Nostra and Cervantes respond to this legacy, and how the concept of herencia operates throughout the novel in relation to the thought of J.
Borges and Georges Bataille. I prefer not to translate this word into English because to do so might limit its multivalent meaning. The concept of herencia, in this regard, carries the sense of debt and obligation, of gift-countergift or potlatch, the play between memory and forgetting, and above all, the possibility of renovation and reinvention through the conjectural genealogy of fiction after Borges.
A Mexican writer in a completely foreign context: The discourse surrounding the translations of Carlos Fuentes into the Japanese language. This magazine published in a special number dedicated fully to the works of Carlos Fuentes. This paper presents a critical reading of the meta-text surrounding the translated literature of Fuentes, as well as a description of the cultural moment in which his main works were presented to the Japanese readership. Instead, a number of translators across different publishing houses have translated a portion of his works into Japanese.
The question of the existence of Latin American philosophy has haunted philosophers in the Americas during most of the 20 th century. As a result, Latin American philosophy seems even today in many aspects to be caught up in a situation that does not know how to resolve. Fuentes sensibility towards the historicity of thought in the Americas — that is, an awareness of how ideas are manifested in social and cultural instances — has allowed him to overcome what seems to keep Latin American philosophy away from its proper subject.
Still, one might say that Fuentes did not pretend to compose a philosophical work in nature. But, I would like to argue that The Buried Mirror has captured the philosophical essence of Latin America precisely because it has been the result of his unorthodox attempt to try to comprehend the ideas behind the historical and cultural circumstances that define the Americas.
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