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Modernity and the Nation in Mexican Representations of Masculinity

From Sensuality to Bloodshed (New Concepts in Latino American Cultures)

by Hector Dominguez-Ruvalcaba

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Published by Palgrave Macmillan .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • History & Theory - General,
  • Social Science / Gender Studies,
  • Gender Studies,
  • Social Science,
  • History and criticism,
  • Masculinity in literature,
  • Mexican literature,
  • National characteristics, Mexican, in literature,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages192
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10194711M
    ISBN 100230600441
    ISBN 109780230600447

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This book looks at representations of the male body, sexuality and power in the arts in Mexico. It analyses literature, visual art and cinema produced from the s to the present, focusing on the Porfirian regime, the Post-revolutionary era, the decadence of the revolutionary state and the emergence of the neo-liberal order in the :// Modernity and the Nation in Mexican Representations of Masculinity: From Sensuality to Bloodshed (New Directions in Latino American Cultures) [Domínguez-Ruvalcaba, H.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Héctor Domínguez Ruvalcaba discusses the formation of pre-gay identities as well as today’s LGBTQI political movement in addition to alternative forms of non  › Books › Politics & Social Sciences › Social Sciences. In Víctor M. Macías-González and Anne Rubenstein's Masculinity and Sexuality in Modern Mexico, all the contributors employ gender as a category of better understand the complexities of Mexican masculinity, they ask questions such as whether Mexicans were manly enough to deal with the loss of territory after the U.S.-Mexican War or to rebuild the nation after the Mexican 11 Books About Toxic Masculinity, Gender Norms And Feminism, Written By Men and even the nation.

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This chapter discusses the difficulties, in recent years, of defining violent men. By studying specific works of drama and film that deal with this topic, I identify the relationship between the global order and misogyny as reflected by the feminicides that have occurred since in Ciudad Juárez, a city located across the U.S.-Mexico border from El Paso, :// Joseph M.

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Research Assistant for Dr. David Spener, Trinity University, Transcribed interviews in English and Spanish, organized statistical information   Most book-length studies of gender and Mexican film have focused on representations of women and women filmmakers in Mexico.

"Gender" is not equivalent to "woman," however, and I believe masculinity merits critical scrutiny, for it can help us denaturalize and defamiliarize the institutions and practices that make :// Mexican Masculinities is a history of the representation of masculinities and male sexualities in fictional Mexican literature.

Irwin provides excellent summaries of Mexican literature, and he moves the book along nicely from story to story by providing background and author information as needed to give complete ://   He is author of Modernity and the Nation in Mexican Representationsof Masculinity, among other books.

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In essays that range from Texas to Oaxaca and from the s to the present, contributors write about file clerks and movie stars, wealthy world travelers and ordinary people whose adventures were confined to a bar in the In Masculinity and Sexuality in Modern Mexico, historians and anthropologists explain how evolving notions of the meaning and practice of manhood have shaped Mexican essays that range from Texas to Oaxaca and from the s to the present, contributors write about file clerks and movie stars, wealthy world travelers and ordinary people whose adventures were confined to a bar in the   Modern Latin-American fiction writers.

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His research interests include queer Latin American Studies, gender violence in the US-Mexico Border and criminal organizations in Mexico. His publications include "La modernized abject, Formación de discurso homosexual en Latinoamérica" (Xalapa: Universidad Veracruzana, ), "Modernity and the Nation in Mexican Representations of HŽctor Dom’nguez-Ruvalcaba is an associate professor in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at the University of Texas at Austin.

He is the author of Modernity and the Nation in Mexican Representations of Masculinity: From Sensuality to Bloodshed. Ignacio Corona is an associate professor of Literatures and Cultures of Latin America in the Department of Spanish and Portuguese at Ohio Read this book on Questia.

The first of its kind and a powerful challenge to customary views of gender and sexuality in the life and literature of Mexico, this book traces literary representations of masculinity in Mexico from independence in to the s, and shows how these intersect with the constructions of nation and ://