Rewriting Womanhood: Feminism, Subjectivity, and the Angel

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London: BFI, 1993. "Racial Representation in Brazilian Cinema and Culture: A Cross-Cultural Approach." Most often a cacique's hut would be rectangular instead of circular, differentiating this leader's home from the others. Under the overall management and administrative leadership of the Assistant Director-General and Regional Representative, RLC and the technical guidance of the Director, Office of Knowledge Exchange Research and Extension (OEK), the incumbent will Member countries in the region and in the international community associated with agricultural development, food security and other relevant technical fields to the Organization, as well as ensuring their contribution and participatory efforts in FAO-related activities with strong emphasis on the use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs).

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Women as Outsiders: Undercurrents of Oppression in Latin

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Towns submitted to their zeal every step of the way. Jaume Martí-Olivella articulates the historical and narratological subject of the post-colonial tourist in the Caribbean. Video/C 3053 Each year just before Lent, the people of Trinidad and Tobago pay homage to life in a spectacular display of West Indian culture and creativity. Research Associates, 1971, 62 p. [ULIB F 1419 A1 F64X 1971] Originally published in 1925 by the U. Combines interviews, location sequences, poetry and literature and the collages of artist, Juan Sanchez, with rare archival film and photographs to treat viewers to a visual and musical feast.

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Defining Jamaican Fiction: Marronage and the Discourse of

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Colombia's Fernando Botero painted satirical works featuring comically plump figures. Dávila and Elvira explain that social differences are manifested locally through benevolent, paternalistic leadership. “The senior executive has the personal obligation to protect subordinates, and even take care of the personal needs of workers and their families.” Generally speaking, paternalism involves a “father” who cares for his sons by engaging in permissive practices and providing moral support, even if his “sons” wind up being too dependent in many respects throughout their working career.

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Elena Garro and Mexico's Modern Dreams (Bucknell Studies in

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Local businesses in the Caribbean do gain income from tourists who spend their money there; however, the big money is in the cruise ship lines and the resort hotels, which are mainly owned by international corporations or the local wealthy elite. This sends a disturbing message that violent interpersonal relationships should be resolved through negotiation rather than punishment. In the second semester they hone research methodologies and the critical use of scholarship in order to develop their own projects and complete an M.

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Aimé Césaire (Cambridge Studies in African and Caribbean

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Based on the same study, older urban adults who experienced poor health and poverty early in life were more likely to have a disability by age 60 than their peers whose early years were characterized by good health and adequate income (Monteverde, Noronha, and Palloni 2009). Even the poorest country in the Caribbean, Haiti, has tried to attract cruise ships to its ports. Latin American builders modified the baroque style to suit the environment of the New World.

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Latin American Popular Culture (Monografías A)

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Labor defined life: routinely twelve hours in the fields per day, longer in crop season; as well, the slaves were expected to provide most of their own food from provision grounds on the nonsugar lands of the plantation. (Root crops such as yams and eddoes are still called 'ground provisions' in Jamaica.) Nevertheless, in this crucible of dysfunctional relationships, a society was created by the people who lived there, a Creole societ y. The latter tradition may have been instrumental in lending popular credibility to Mita’s and Aarón’s personal agency for the Holy Spirit (cf.

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Jean Rhys at "World's End": Novels of Colonial and Sexual

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Contains two short films from Cuba's national film institute, ICAIC. Castro nationalized all foreign landholdings and the sugar plantations, as well as all the utilities, port facilities, and other industries. In other words, she violates the female role of passivity and voicelessness inscribed in the culture. ( 92) Kincaid’s cultural subversion is precisely the invention of a (female) voice that speaks against the silencing of the people. Fixed salaries are more appropriate in a hierarchical and individualistic system where more value is placed on the centralization of authority, not on factors that promote teamwork and organizational flexibility.

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Nostalgia for Death & Hieroglyphs of Desire

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Some of the beverages can even date back to the times of the Native Americans. Perhaps Nellie, in the last words of this book, speaks for all Jamaican writers, men and women, when she says, "We are getting ready." 1. However, there are other extra-economic implications of colonialism: it is necessarily a violent conquest and violently maintained system for the over-exploration of the conquered people. Camille Hernández-Ramdwar’s work studies the multiracial identities in Trinidad and Guyana.

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Cuba and the Tempest: Literature and Cinema in the Time of

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The impact of this group’s preservation of their native tongue language is demonstrated by the growing Spanish and Portuguese (primarily in Massachusetts) language market and mass media. With more than 600 articles, it is useful for those interested in the rich heritage of this land. Transmission from bisexual men to women is increasingly observed, demonstrating that the neglect of intervention will fuel co-existent epidemics. Legal and Other Issues in Protecting Cultural Heritage: The Latin American and Caribbean Experience in Context This downloadable online book features contributions by noted legal and other experts from Latin America and the Caribbean, Europe, Africa and the United States focusing on cultural heritage protection through the lens of Latin America and the Caribbean.

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Born Translated: The Contemporary Novel in an Age of World

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She has worked with and advised international organizations, national and regional governments, city agencies, as well as private and nonprofit organizations in arts funding and arts policy. TA grants play a critical role in IFAD's strategy in that they support projects, promote synergies and facilitate links with civil society. It includes articles on Mexico, Uruguay, Brazil, Peru and the Dominican Republic.

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