Vol 2 No 3, 2010

Special Issue dedicated to the Bicentennial of Mexican Independence

Volume 2, Number 3
Special Issue dedicated to the Bicentennial of Mexican Independence

Editorial (PDF)

219—219

CRITICISM

Political Economy, Alexander Von Humboldt, and Mexico’s 1810 and 1910 Revolutions (PDF)
José Enrique Covarrubias and Richard Weiner

220—246

Thinking about the Mexican Revolution: Philosophy, Culture and Politics in Mexico. 1910-1934 (PDF)
Aureliano Ortega Esquivel

247—255

México de afuera in Northern Missouri: The Creation of Porfiriato Society in America’s Heartland (PDF)
Craig Dennison

256—267

Re-narrating Globalization: Hybridity and Resistance in Amores Perros, Santitos and El Jardín del Edén (PDF)
Brent Smith

268—281

“Hijos de la madre chingada” or New Mestiza: Paz and Anzaldúa (PDF)
Danielle Lamb

282—293

Los Come-muertos: the Grotesque Tale of Emigration (PDF)
Roberta Giordano

294—302

Border Identity Politics: The New Mestiza in Borderland (PDF)
Lamia Khalil Hammad

303—308

In ‘prison-house of love’: The Bad Girl and bad girls of Mario Vargas Llosa (PDF)
Tajuddin Ahmed

309—318

Kittens in the Oven: Race Relations, Traumatic Memory, and the Search for Identity in Julia Alvarez’s How the García Girls Lost Their Accents (PDF)
Natalie Carter

319—334

PERSPECTIVE

Electroacoustic Music in Mexico (PDF)
Rodrigo Sigal

335—338

Monsivais Writes the (Bi)centennial (PDF)
Amber Workman

339—344

Magic Realism in Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude (PDF)
B.J Geetha

345—349

CREATIVE

Parasitos Urbanos (Urban Parasites) (PDF)
By Gilberto Esparza

350—357

BOOK REVIEW

Red April by Santiago Roncagliolo (Translated by Edith Grossman) (PDF)
Review by Amit Shankar Saha

358—360

About the Contributors (PDF)

361—362

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