Political, economic and social barriers among Latin America, the Caribbean and Canada are giving way to global forces and the global dreams they inspire. This collection of original articles and essays examines popular culture, literature, theatre, belief systems, indigenous practices and questions of identity, exile and alienation. The interconnectedness and distinction of cultural production throughout the Americas, transplanted interests, the mediation of African and European influences, and the expression of shifting identities, all reflect the development of a new American neighbourhood.
|Publication date:||1st June 1995|
|Author:||Taiana Cecilia Ruprecht Alvina|
|Publisher:||Carleton University Press,Canada|
|Categories:||Cultural studies, History of the Americas,|