Jens Andermann is reader in Latin American and Luso-Brazilian Studies at Birkbeck College, University of London. He is the coeditor of Images of Power. Ordentlicher Professor für Iberoromanische Literaturwissenschaft mit besonderer Berücksichtigung der Literaturen ausserhalb Europas. Jens Andermann. Chair of Latin American and Luso-Brazilian Studies. [email protected] Modernity and the Landscape in Latin America: Aesthetics, Politics, Ecology.
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The careful presentation of artifacts and spectacles was also aimed abroad in order to win the favor of European imperial powers and thereby acquire a competitive place in the nascent global economy of the late nineteenth century.
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Iconography, Culture and the State in Latin America. The Optic andefmann the State offers a fascinating critique of the visual aspects of national mythology.
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For poets, artists, philosophers, and even environmental activists and historians, the landscape has long constituted a surface onto which to project visions of utopia beyond modernity and capitalism. The Optic of the State traces the production of nationalist imaginaries through the public visual representation of modern state formation in Brazil and Argentina.
For more information, or to order this book, please visit https: University of Chicago Press: Neolithic Childhood Anselm Franke. Natura takes up this challenge, exploring how recent activist practices jenw eco-artistic turns in Latin America can help us to reconfigure the categories of nature and the human.
As Jens Andermann reveals, the foundational visions of national heritage, territory, and social and ethnic andrmann were conceived and implemented, but also disputed and contested, in a complex interplay between government, cultural, and scientific institutions and actors, as a means of propagating political agendas and power throughout the emerging states.
In what ways might artistic, scholarly, and scientific work on nature push our thinking past seeing the world as something we act on, and instead give agency to the landscape itself?
Yet amid fracking, deep sea drilling, biopiracy, and all the other environmental ravages of late capitalism, we are brought to re-examine the terms of landscape formations. Moving from botanical explorations of early modernity, through the legacies of mid-twentieth-century landscape design, up to present struggles for the rights of nature and speculative post-human creations, the critical essays and visual contributions in this anthology use interdisciplinary encounters to reimagine the landscape and how we inhabit it.
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Twitter Tweets by ChicagoDistrib. The purpose of these imaginaries was to vindicate the political upheavals of the recent past and secure the viability of the newly independent states through a sense of historic destiny and inevitable evolution. He is the coeditor of Images of Power: