El tiempo nos escribe. Un momento en el sistema de la crítica literaria latinoamericana

Works, ideas, events within cultural history in Latin America, this book focuses on the moment of institutionalization of literary criticism in the subcontinent (in the 80s), but taking into account both the origins of its traditions and the immediate previous context (of the 60s and 70s), in which various discussions on the historical social evolution . Thus, multiple debates about what the intellectual should be, the nature of the Latin American idea, the notion of freedom, the long-discussed dichotomy of the universal and the local, the cosmopolitan and the indigenous, pure art and the “impure”, are aspects addressed here, by way of essay, in order to gradually weave ways for interpretation of our literary past and its critical correlate.This book gathers studies carried out by academics from Spain, Chile, Colombia and Mexico, which examine the reasons that have justified the closure of rural schools in these countries, as well as the effects that these measures have brought to students, teachers and members. of rural towns, in addition to suggesting a series of proposals to deal with these educational policies. In this way, they subscribe to a field of study practically absent in current educational research.




Author: Katia Irina Ibarra

ISBN: 978-607-98746-2-9

Language: Spanish

Dimensions: 6 x 0.7 x 9 inches, 278 pages.

First Edition: 2020.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.47377/FYVN6526