Imagining Spanish and Latin American Poets in their Neoliberal and Post-Dictatorial Contexts

  • Scott Weintraub University of New Hampshire

Resumen

Reseña de John Burns, Contemporary Hispanic Poets: Cultural Production in the Global Digital Age (Amherst, NY: Cambria Press, 2015).

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Scott Weintraub is an Assistant Professor of Latin American Literature at the University of New Hampshire.  He specializes in 20th and 21st century Spanish and Latin American literature; critical theory and cultural studies; poetry; cyberliterature and cyberculture; the relationship between literature, philosophy, science, and technology. He is the author of the book, Juan Luis Martínez’s Philosophical Poetics (Bucknell UP, 2014) and La Última Broma De Juan Luis Martínez: No sólo ser otro sino escribir la obra de otro (Editorial Cuarto Propio, 2014).


  • by Scott E. Weintraub
Publicado
2016-05-09
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WEINTRAUB, Scott. Imagining Spanish and Latin American Poets in their Neoliberal and Post-Dictatorial Contexts. A Contracorriente: una revista de estudios latinoamericanos, [S.l.], v. 13, n. 3, p. 336-340, mayo 2016. ISSN 1548-7083. Disponible en: <http://acontracorriente.chass.ncsu.edu/index.php/acontracorriente/article/view/1554>. Fecha de acceso: 20 nov. 2017
Sección
Reseñas: Poesía

Palabras clave

Poesía digital; neoliberalismo; Latin American poetry; Mexican-American poetry; Spanish poetry