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Sovereignties in Suspense: Violence and Imagination in Latin America

Sovereignties in Suspense: Violence and Imagination in Latin America

Soberanias en suspensoSergio Villalobos-Ruminott, Associate Professor of Spanish and Latin American Studies – Sovereignties in Suspense: Violence and Imagination in Latin America La Cebra

Starting from the Chilean dictatorship (1973-1989) and focusing on the literary, visual arts, constitutional, social sciences, film productions and intellectual debates triggered by the Chilean coup, the book links the last four decades of Chile and Latin America’s history under the assumption of an epochal change which implies the transference from state sovereignty to corporations.

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