What is the connection between urban space and political mobilization? What role do the youth of a city play in the negotiation of urban identity? What role is played by public intellectuals, journalists, photographers and novelists? These are questions the faculty and the students in Hispanic Studies 390/Literary and Cultural Studies 401 are answering in their Fall 2008 class discussions and their research projects. See the comments.
Students: If you are interested in publishing an essay on Bogota or New York, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Global Cities I: Mexico
Longo, Teresa. “Blame it on the Mini Skirt: Fashion, Language and Revolution in Mexico.”
Rizzo, Sam. “El fracaso triste de la memoria: la lucha libre y el fantasma en Amorosos fantasmas.”
Griffin, Lisa. “Urban Space as a Battleground for National Identity.”
Polo, Flavia. “La respuesta de los intelectuales a la masacre de Tlatelolco.”
Global Cities II: Bogota … (forthcoming)
Global Cities III: New York … (forthcoming)