Volume 15 (2011) - Violence in the 21st Century

ESSAYS

The Editors of the Arizona Journal of Hispanic Cultural Studies
An AJHCS Editorial Position Paper: A Modest Proposal Regarding Peer-Review

Julie M. Dahl
Suicidal Spaniards in Moody Portugal and Other Helpful Stereotypes: Imagology and Luso-Hispanic Cultural Studies

Natalia Jacovkis
Novela negra y estado de excepción en Argentina: Últimos días de la víctima de José Pablo Feinmann

PEDAGOGICAL PERSPECTIVES

Susan Divine and Benjamin Jones
Hispanic Cities on Film: Urban Theory in the Freshman Seminar

SPECIAL CLUSTER: Violence in the 21st Century: Scenes from Fiction, Exhibits and Installations

Guest Editors: Paola Ehrmantraut and Dianna Niebylski

Paola Ehrmantraut and Dianna Niebylski
Introduction. Violence Past and Present: A Note on Transitional Paradigms in Current Latin American Cultural Discourse

Lori Cole
At the Site of State Violence: Doris Salcedo’s and Julieta Hanono’s Memorial Aesthetics

Paola Ehrmantraut
Aftermath of Violence: Coming to Terms with the Legacy of the Malvinas/Falklands War (1982)

Dianna Niebylski
Blood Tax: Eltit’s Bicentennial Chile, State Violence and the Vampirized Body in Impuesto a la carne

Carolina Rocha
Post-Menem Argentina and Systematic Violence in Claudia Piñero’s Las viudas de los jueves

INTERVIEWS

Mischa G. Hendel
Las circunstancias de la literatura de Guinea Ecuatorial. Entrevista con Justo Bolekia Boleká y Juan Tomás Ávila-Laurel

Stuart Green
¿Cómo puedes ser tan negro? Rap y racismo en España. Entrevistas con Frank T y El Chojín

REVIEWS