The other side of the popular neoliberalism and subalternity in Latin America
by
 
Williams, Gareth, 1963-

Title
The other side of the popular neoliberalism and subalternity in Latin America

Author
Williams, Gareth, 1963-

ISBN
9780822384328

Personal Author
Williams, Gareth, 1963-

Publication Information
Durham [N.C.] : Duke University Press, 2002.

Physical Description
xii, 375 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.

Contents
Closure: 1 The State of Things Passed: Transculturation as National-Popular Master Language -- 2 Intellectual Populism and the Geopolitical Structure of Knowledge -- 3 Formalities of Consumption and Citizenship in the Age of Cultural Hybridity -- Intermezzo: Hear Say Yes -- 4 Hear Say Yes in Piglia: La ciudad ausente, Posthegemony, and the "Fin-negans" of Historicity -- Perhaps: 5 The Dispersal of the Nation and the Neoliberal Habitus: Tracing Insurrection from Central America to South Central Los Angeles -- 6 Of Pishtacos and Eye-Snatchers: Neoliberalism and Neoindigenism in Contemporary Peru -- 7 Operational Whitewash and the Negative Community.

Subject Term
Social change -- Latin America.
 
Capitalism -- Social aspects.
 
Liberalism -- Social aspects.
 
Latin American literature -- History and criticism.

Geographic Term
Latin America -- Civilization -- 20th century.
 
Latin America -- History -- 1948-1980.
 
Latin America -- History -- 1980-

Genre
Electronic books.

Electronic Access
http://dx.doi.org/10.1215/9780822384328


LibraryMaterial TypeItem BarcodeCall NumberShelf LocationStatus
University LibraryeBookER213627F1414.2 .W55 2002Electronic ResourcesE-resources