Table of contents for A companion to Latin American literature and culture / edited by Sara Castro-Klaren.

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Notes on Contributors.
Introduction: Sara Castro-Klare;n (The Johns Hopkins University).
Preamble: Historical Foundation of Modernity/Coloniality and the Emergence of De-Colonial Thinking - Walter Mignolo (Duke University).
Part I: Coloniality:.
1. Mapping the Geopolitics of Contact: Caribbean and Continental America: Gustavo Verdesio (University of Michigan).
2. Writing Violence: Jose Rabasa (University of California at Berkeley).
3. The Popol Vuh: Repositioning and Survival of Maya Culture: Carlos Lopez (Marshall University, Huntington, West Virginia).
4. The Colegio de Tlatelolco: Nahua Intellectuals and the Spiritual Conquest of Mexico: Rocio Cortes (University of Wisconsin – Oshkosh).
5. Memory and “Writing” in the Andes I: Castro-Klaren (Johns Hopkins University).
6. Memory and “Writing” in the Andes II: Sara Castro-Klaren (Johns Hopkins University).
7. Court Culture, Ritual, Satire and Music in Colonial Spanish America and Brazil: Lúcia Helena Costigan (Ohio State University).
8. El carnero: Felix Bolaños (University of Florida at Gainesville).
9. Splendors of the Baroque Visual Arts: Lisa DeLeonardis (Johns Hopkins University).
10. Returns of the Baroque: Francisco Ortega (Universidad Nacional de Colombia ).
11. Colonial Religiosity: Convents, Nuns, Witches, and Heretics: Kathryn Joy McKnight (University of New Mexico).
Part II: Transformations:.
12. The Tupac Amaru Rebellion: Anticolonialism and Protonationalism in Late Colonial Peru: Peter Elmore (University of Colorado – Boulder).
13. The British and French Caribbean: The Antilles in the Age of the Enlightenment: Franklin Knight (Johns Hopkins University).
14. The Philosopher Traveler, Secularization and Learning in Spanish America and Brazil: Leila Gomez (University of Colorado – Boulder).
15. The Haitian Revolution: Sibylle M. Fischer (New York University).
Part III: The Emergence of National Communities in New Imperial Coordinates:.
16. The Gaucho and the Gauchesca: Abril Trigo (Ohio State University- Columbus).
17. Andre;s Bello, Domingo Faustino Sarmiento, Manuel González Parada and Teresa de la Parra: Four Writers and Four Concepts of Nationhood: Nicolas Shumway (University of Texas).
18. Reading National Subjects: Juan Poblete (University of California - Santa Cruz).
19. For Love and Money: of Potboilers and Precautions: Doris Sommer (Harvard University).
Part IV: Uncertain Modernities:.
20. Shifting Hegemonies: The Cultural Politics of Empire: Fernando Degiovanni (Wesleyan University).
21. Machado de Assis: The Meaning of Sardonic: Tod Garth (U.S. Naval Academy at Annapolis).
22. War Machine: The Mexican Revolution and the Plastic Arts: Horacio Legras (University of California at Irvine).
23. Anthropology, Pedagogy, and the Various Modulations of Indigenismo: Amauta, Tamayo, Arguedas, Sabogal, Bonfil Batalla: Javier Sanjines (University of Michigan).
24. Cultural Theory and the Avant-Gardes: Mariátegui, Mário de Andrade, Oswald de Andrade, Pagú, Tarsila do Amaral, Ce;sar Vallejo: Fernando Rosenberg (Brandeis University).
25. Latin American Poetry: Stephen Hart (University College of London).
26. Literature Between the Wars: Filisberto, Macedonio and Borges: Adriana Bergero (University of California – Los Angeles).
27. Narrative and Deep Histories: Arguedas, Rulfo, Gilberto Freire, Roa Bastos: Adriana Johnson (University of California - Irvine).
28. The Boom of the Spanish American Fiction and The 1960’s Revolutions (1958-1975): Gerald Martin (University of Pittsburgh).
29. The Brazilian Difference: Guimares Rosa, Antônio Callado, Ne;lida Piñón, Clarise Lispector: Elizabeth Marchant (University of California – Los Angeles).
30. Feminine/Feminist Insurrection: Orphe;e, Valenzuela, Eltit, Parente Cunha, Garro, Castellanos, Poniatowska, Morejón: Adriana Bergero and Elizabeth Marchant.
31. Caribbean Philosophy: Eduard Glissant.
Part V: Global and Local Perspectives:.
32. Uncertain Modernities: Amerindian Epistemologies and the Re-Orienting of Culture: Elizabeth Monasterios (University of Pittsburgh).
33. Testimonio Subalternity, and Narrative Authority: John Beverley (University of Pittsburgh).
34. Narrative and Film: Herman Herlinghaus (University of Pittsburgh).
35. Post-Modern Theory and Cultural Criticism in Spanish America and Brazil: Ileana Rodriguez (Ohio State University).
36. Post- Utopian Imaginaries. Narrating Uncertainty: Kurlat Ares (Johns Hopkins University).
37. Cultural Modalities and Cross Cultural Connections: Rock Across Class And Ethnic Identities: Gustavo Verdesio (University of Michigan – Ann Arbor).
38. Film, Indigenous Video, and the Visual Economy of the Lettered City: Freya Schiwy (University of California at Riverside).

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Latin American literature -- History and criticism.
Latin America -- Intellectual life.
Latin America -- Social life and customs.