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

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219—219

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

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220—246

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

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247—255

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

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256—267

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

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268—281

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

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282—293

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

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294—302

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

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303—308

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

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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
Natalie Carter

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319—334

Electroacoustic Music in Mexico
Rodrigo Sigal

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335—338

Monsivais Writes the (Bi)centennial
Amber Workman

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339—344

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

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345—349

CREATIVE

Parasitos Urbanos (Urban Parasites)
By Gilberto Esparza

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BOOK REVIEW

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

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358—360

About the Contributors (PDF)

361—362

 

Journal Rank

Rupkatha has been ranked by Scopus and Scimago:

  • World Rank: 66 (Arts and Humanities)
  • Rank in the Asiatic Region: 13 (Arts and Humanities)