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Vol. 3 (2010)

"Latin American Film"

Articles:


I. Estudios de género
1. “Mitos femeninos del cine: la soldadera en la pantalla mexicana.” María Teresa Martínez-Ortiz, Department of Modern Languages, Kansas State University.
2. “Where Have All the Men Gone? Mexican Foundational Myths and Negative Masculinities in Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Amores perros.” Nohemy Solórzano-Thompson, Spanish Department, Whitman College.
3. “Otherness and the Process of the Self in the Film I Don’t Want to Talk about It.” Luz Consuelo Triana-Echeverría, Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, St. Cloud State University.
4. “Aquiles y Pentesilea o la señora Forbes y el deseo insatisfecho.” Paloma Martínez-Carbajo, Department of Languages and Literatures, Pacific Lutheran University.


II. Análisis de los espacios fílmicos
1. “The Globalized Space in Rosario Tijeras.” Álvaro Baquero-Pecino, Modern Languages and Classics Department, University of Alabama.
2. “Tres respresentaciones fílmicas de la carencia femenina como espacio liminal en Buñuel, Bemberg y Biraben.” Diana Grullón, Department of Modern Languages, Florida International University.
3.Whisky de Rebella y Stoll: una realidad suspendida.” Rocío Gordon, Department of Spanish and Portuguese, University of Maryland.
4. “Análisis del espacio dialógico del discurso en el cine.” Rebeca Ferreiro Gonzalez, Departamento de Comunicación Social, Universidad de Guadalajara.


III. Efectos de la globalización
1. “Agency in the Abject: the ‘Disposable’ Children in Víctor Gaviria’s Films.” Luisa María Quintero, Department of Classical and Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures, Wayne State University.
2.María llena eres de gracia: inmigración, narcotráfico y las promesas de la globalización.” Jorge González del Pozo, Department of Language, Culture, and Communication, University of Michigan-Dearborn.
3.Orfeu Carioca: Reassessing Orphic Mythology in Rio de Janeiro.” Edwin Murillo, Division of Humanities Arts and Social Sciences Department, Penn State University-Berks.
4. “Re-imagining ‘the Local’ in Latin American Films since the Neo-Liberal Turn.” Tijen Tunali, Art and Art History Department, University of New Mexico.


IV. Rematizando la identidad nacional
1. Cecilia Valdés: de la literatura a la pantalla.” Linet González, Department of Modern Languages, Florida International University.
2.La ciudad y los perros: El fracaso del boot-camp latinoamericano.” Alfredo Pastor, Department of Modern Languages, Florida International University.
3. “Iván Feo’s Ifigenia: Adapting Teresa de la Parra’s Ifigenia for Film.” RoseAnna Mueller, Department of Humanities, History, and Social Sciences, Columbia College Chicago.
4. “En su soledad: El coronel no tiene quien le escriba.” María Espinoza, Department of Modern Languages, Florida International University.


V. Cortometrajes y documentales testimoniales
1. “El cine de Gabriel García Márquez.” Alessandro Rocco, Dipartimento di Lingue e Letterature Romanze e Mediterranee (Romanmed), Università degli Studi di Bari.
2. “Pasajes encendidos y moderados en el cine documental argentino desde la transición democrática (1983-2010).” Javier Campo, Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales (FLACSO), Facultad de Ciencias Sociales (UBA) y Instituto de Investigaciones Gino Germani - CONICET.
3. “Considerations on the Appearance of the First Person in Contemporary Argentine Documentary.” Pablo Piedras, Grupo CI y NE - CONICET, Facultad de Filosofía y Letras, Universidad de Buenos Aires.
4.La próxima estación de Pino Solanas: un recorrido por el pasado nacional a través de la industria ferroviaria.” Osvaldo Di Paolo, Department of Languages and Literatures, Austin Peay State University.

Interviews about Latin American Film:

"El cine surrealista latinoamericano: Tomás Piard habla de sus fantasmas." Zoila Clark, Department of Humanities, Florida Memorial University.

"Entrevista a Pedro Blas Julio Romero, poeta y cineasta colombiano." María Espinoza, Department of Modern Languages, Florida International University.