Volume 20 (2016) - Affect, Bodies, and Circulation in Contemporary Latin American Film

In This Issue

About the Artist: Maria José Jara de Marco

Essays

Mapping Chinatown in 1920s and 1930s Barcelona: How el Raval Became el Barrio Chino
Mary Kate Donovan
 
Nuptials Gone Awry, Empire in Decay: Crisis, Lo Cursi, and the Rhetorical Inventory of Blackness in Quevedo’s “Boda de negros”
Nicholas Jones
 
From Afterlife to Afterimage: History Happens With Photography
Patricia Keller
 
Fragmented Histories, Racial Erasures, and Color-Blindness in Héctor Tobar’s The Barbarian Nurseries
Cara Kinnally
 
Radio, género y vanguardia en México: “Estación radiodifusora” de Cube Bonifant
Viviane Mahieux
 
La España de Richard Ford: el contraste entre la imagen exótica y la descripción económica
Luis Perdices-de-Blas and José Luis Ramos-Gorostiza
 
A Hair Out of Paralyzed-Place: Frida Kahlo’s Metaphoric Choreography
Stephanie Sherman
 

Interviews

“Mi lector ideal es alguien que no piense como yo, pero con el que pueda encotrarme en lo que nos une y no en lo que nos separa.” Entrevista a Javier de Isusi
Montserrat Fuente-Camacho
 

Special Section: Affect, Bodies, and Circulations in Contemporary Latin American Film 

Guest Editors: Vinodh Venkatesh and María del Carmen Caña Jiménez
 
Affect, Bodies, and Circulations in Contemporary Latin American Film
Vinodh Venkatesh and María del Carmen Caña Jiménez   
 
Neoliberalismo somático: Sentimientos y afectos en Malos hábitos
María del Carmen Caña Jiménez
 
Money, Love, and Flow in Twenty-First-Century Latin American Film
Dierdra Reber
 
Low Intensity Necropolitics: Slow Violence and Migrant Bodies in Latin American Films 
Adrián Pérez Melgosa
 
The Aesthetics of Detachment
Adrián Pérez Melgosa
 
Filming the Buenos Aires Café: Memory and Community in Bolivia and Bar, El Chino
Amanda Holmes
 
Capitán Latinoamérica: Affect, Bodies, and Circulations in the Superhero Genre
Vinodh Venkatesh