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Tessituras híbridas ou duplo regresso: encontros latino-americanos e traduções culturais do debate sobre o Retorno à Cidade; Hibrid textures or the double regress: latin american encounters and cultural translations of the debate about the return to the city

Souza, Gisela Barcellos de
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 10/05/2013 PT
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A presente pesquisa busca contribuir à compreensão do processo de constituição de debates na cultura arquitetônico-urbanística, atentando, em específico, ao aspecto da migração e adaptação de determinadas discussões de seus contextos originais para outros, à fusão e à agregação de novos significados que ocorre neste deslocamento. Para tanto, enfoca-se o V Seminário de Arquitetura Latino-americana (SAL), realizado em Santiago do Chile, em 1991. O objetivo geral é demonstrar, através do estudo da conjuntura que permitiu a realização do V SAL, a existência de uma hibridação entre os debates relativos a uma possível identidade latino-americana e à revisão do movimento moderno a partir do vocabulário tipo-morfologia entre meados dos anos 1980 e início dos anos 1990. Dissonante com o que foi habitualmente escrito e divulgado sobre os debates produzidos no interior destes seminários no período entre 1985 e 1995, no V SAL - cujo tema fora "Nuestro Espacio Público: Propuestas Morfológicas" - não teve seu debate pautado em questões referentes à "modernidade apropriada" ou à interação entre "o espírito do tempo e o do lugar". A tese embasa-se através de três hipóteses complementares. A primeira hipótese é que V SAL não foi uma ruptura...

A I Bienal Latino-Americana de São Paulo; The I Latin American Biennial of São Paulo

Gabriela Cristina Lodo
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 27/11/2014 PT
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A presente pesquisa tem como objetivo estudar a realização de uma exposição de arte específica na história da arte brasileira, a I Bienal Latino-Americana de São Paulo, ocorrida no ano de 1978. A mostra pensada como um espaço de apresentação e discussão dedicado exclusivamente à produção artística da América Latina ocorreu paralelamente às edições internacionais da Bienal de São Paulo. Originalmente, a I Bienal Latino-Americana fora criada com o intuito de substituir as edições das Pré-Bienais, mostras de arte brasileira, que também ocorreram entre os certames internacionais a partir de 1970. As exposições organizadas pela Fundação Bienal de São Paulo na década de 1970 foram consideradas por parte da crítica de arte brasileira de qualidade inferior quando comparadas às edições anteriores. Em parte, a crise enfrentada pela Fundação decorre do difícil período político e social vivido pelo Brasil no momento, com a Ditadura Militar, o cerceamento cultural e boicote às Bienais de São Paulo. Tanto as mostras nacionais quanto a latino-americana exerceram a função de renovar as discussões no cenário artístico nacional e reaver o prestígio das Bienais de São Paulo, abalado com a crise enfrentada pela instituição no período. No entanto...

Latin American Social Medicine: Roots, Development During the 1990s, and Current Challenges

Tajer, Débora
Fonte: © American Journal of Public Health 2003 Publicador: © American Journal of Public Health 2003
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /12/2003 EN
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Latin American social medicine arose during the 1950s and 1960s, drawing its inspiration from the social movements that emerged in France, Germany, and England in the mid-19th century.

What Does Latin American Social Medicine Do When It Governs? The Case of the Mexico City Government

Laurell, Asa Cristina
Fonte: © American Journal of Public Health 2003 Publicador: © American Journal of Public Health 2003
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /12/2003 EN
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Latin American social medicine (LASM) emerged as a movement in the 1970s and played an important role in the Brazilian health care reform of the 1980s, both of which focused on decentralization and on health care as a social right. The dominant health care reform model in Latin America has included a market-driven, private subsystem for the insured and a public subsystem for the uninsured and the poor.

Cold War legacies otherwise : Latin American art and art history in colonial times

Rodriguez-Sarmiento, Victor Manuel (1959 - ); Crimp, Douglas
Fonte: University of Rochester Publicador: University of Rochester
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
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Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Rochester, Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies, 2009.; Art historians and social scientists have understood the political and cultural struggles in Latin America during the sixties and seventies as an expression of the binary context of the Cold War and as mainly based on utopian, humanist and leftist models of cultural production. Drawing on the work of Arturo Escobar, I consider these struggles as part of developmentalism: a discursive formation that colonized African, Asian and Latin American realities after World War II, and gave shape to the invention of the Third World. This project explores the way in which conflictive dialogues among artists, art historians, and critics are representative of the emergence of other forms and scenarios of power and resistance in Latin America, different from the either/or approach hitherto used to understand the period. Considering the consolidation of studies of Latin American art to be a strategy of this discourse, I examine a group of artistic projects which, by using strategies of appropriation, mimicry and cultural anthropophagy, among others, resisted developmentalism and the modernist rhetoric of art history. In so doing, they anticipated feminist...

The dynamics of movement: Toward a definition of a Latin American identity in contemporary fiction

Henriquez, Marlyn Fay
Fonte: FIU Digital Commons Publicador: FIU Digital Commons
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Concha Meléndez opened up a venue for the discussion of a Latin American identity in works of literature when she implied that the great Latin American novel would gestate in the cities, the space where the typical Latin American would achieve an ideal state of consciousness and intellectual capabilities. ^ Her point of view mirrored nineteenth-century debate on a Latin American identity. Similar to her viewpoint, intellectuals of this period viewed the cities and their inhabitants of European extraction, as the ideal spaces and people on which an identity could be defined. However, the present state of urban and rural areas in Latin America demonstrates that there is no such clear-cut division of city and countryside or of their inhabitants. The dynamics of movement, from rural to urban areas, of people of diverse ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds, make it difficult to uphold descriptors of space, race, or culture, as sole descriptors of an identity. ^ A study of five twentieth-century novels from North and South America, La muerte de Artemio Cruz (1962), Hasta no verte Jesús mío (1969), Los ríos profundos (1981), La casa de los espíritus (1982), and Los años con Laura Díaz (1999) reveal that the dynamism of movement...

Brochure for the Latin American Data Bank of the University of Florida

University of Florida Latin American Data Bank
Fonte: University of Florida Latin American Data Bank; University of Florida Latin American Data Bank ( Gainesville, FL ) Publicador: University of Florida Latin American Data Bank; University of Florida Latin American Data Bank ( Gainesville, FL )
Tipo: mixed material Formato: Brochure
Publicado em //1971
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Data banks and archives for social science research on Latin America

Tyler, William G.; Latin American Studies Association
Fonte: Latin American Studies Association; Latin American Studies Association ( Gainesville, Fla ) Publicador: Latin American Studies Association; Latin American Studies Association ( Gainesville, Fla )
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: iv, 124 p. : ; 22 cm.
Publicado em //1975 ENGLISH
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(Bibliography) Includes bibliographical references.

Brochure for the Latin American Data Bank of the University of Florida

University of Florida Latin American Data Bank
Fonte: University of Florida Latin American Data Bank; University of Florida Latin American Data Bank ( Gainesville, FL ) Publicador: University of Florida Latin American Data Bank; University of Florida Latin American Data Bank ( Gainesville, FL )
Tipo: mixed material Formato: Brochure
Publicado em //1971
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Conference Program for UF Center for Latin American Studies’ 63rd Annual Conference, “Panama Considered: Remembering the Past, Embracing the Future”; Panama Considered: Remembering the Past, Embracing the Future

UF Center for Latin American Studies
Fonte: UF Center for Latin American Studies ; UF Center for Latin American Studies ( Gainesville, FL ) Publicador: UF Center for Latin American Studies ; UF Center for Latin American Studies ( Gainesville, FL )
Tipo: mixed material Formato: Conference Program
Publicado em //2014 ENGLISH
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The UF Center for Latin American Studies was founded in 1930 and has been recognized as a National Resource Center by the US Department of Education since the early 1960s. The mission of the Center for Latin American Studies is to advance knowledge about Latin America and the Caribbean and its peoples throughout the hemisphere. With over 170 faculty members from colleges across UF, the Center is one of the largest institutions anywhere devoted to interdisciplinary research, teaching and outreach on Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies.

Final report - Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials

Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials; Columbus Memorial Library
Fonte: Pan American Union etc. ( Washington, D.C. etc ) Publicador: Pan American Union etc. ( Washington, D.C. etc )
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: v. : ; 22-30 cm.
Publicado em // ENGLISH
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(Dates or Sequential Designation) 1st-7th; 1956-62.; (Issuing Body) Seminars sponsored by Columbus Memorial Library, Pan American Union with various other libraries.; Title varies slightly.

How does a Latin American Music Initiative impact an American Charter School Community? Observations from El Sistema Boston [full paper]

Campe, Katherine L.; Kaufman, Brian L.
Fonte: Latin American Music Center Publicador: Latin American Music Center
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Rooted in Venezuela, El Sistema is a visionary global movement that has transformed the lives of youth through music since 1975. A Boston public charter school restructured and invigorated its’ curriculum with the El Sistema music program in September 2010. The pedagogical focus of El Sistema is the orchestra, a model for an ideal community that advances the social and performance skills of students empowering their personal and musical development. Our project aimed to assess the impact of El Sistema, a Latin American education initiative, on an American urban charter school. Self-regulation, motivation, peer-respect and responsibility are the skills and behaviors that were of interest and markers for cognitive, emotional and social development beyond academic achievement. We observed and collected perceptions of social and behavioral changes in students and assessed the potential positive musical influence of El Sistema through a qualitative and quantitative music literacy test. In our observations, the El Sistema curriculum has been perceived as a positive influence on the students’ social and behavioral development. Participating in the program provides students with valuable social interactions, enabling them to engage in collaborative learning...

Robert M. Stevenson’s Inter-American Music Review: Thirty Years of Landmark Publishing [full paper]

Clark, Walter Aaron
Fonte: Latin American Music Center Publicador: Latin American Music Center
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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One of the most significant events in the history of Ibero-American musicology is certainly the launching, almost 33 years ago, of Robert M. Stevenson’s journal Inter-American Music Review. Unique in conception as well as execution, it became a major venue for leading research on an impressively wide array of topics, covering all of the Americas and related themes in Europe, Africa, and Asia. Inter-American Music Review was notable precisely because there was nothing else like it. Though its name recalled Béhague’s equally important Latin American Music Review, the scope of Stevenson’s journal was larger. A random sampling of titles illustrates this point: “Pedro de Escobar: Earliest Portuguese Composer in New World Colonial Music Manuscripts,” “Brahms’s Reception in Latin America, Mexico City: 1884-1910,” “Charles Louis Seeger, Jr. (1886-1979): Composer,” “Ignacio Jerusalem (1707-1769): Italian Parvenu in Eighteenth-century Mexico,” “Marianna Martines = Martínez: Pupil of Haydn and Friend of Mozart,” and “Albéniz in Leipzig and Brussels: New Data from Conservatory Records.” Numerous distinguished scholars contributed to this journal, though many of the articles were written by Stevenson himself...

The Rockefeller Foundation and Latin American Music during the Cold War: Meeting Points of Music, Policy, and Philanthropy [abstract only]

Herrera, Eduardo
Fonte: Latin American Music Center Publicador: Latin American Music Center
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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In the beginning of the 1960s the Rockefeller Foundation gave two grants for the study of Latin American music. Their aim was to help the creation of institutions that would provide a ???sustaining environment in which cultural work may flourish.??? The first grant was for the Centro de Altos Estudios Musicales at the Torcuato Di Tella Institute in Buenos Aires, Argentina, which under the leadership of Alberto Ginastera offered advanced training in musical composition. The second grant was given to Indiana University, Bloomington, ???to establish the first center in the United States for the study and performance of Latin American music???1 under the direction of Juan Orrego-Salas. Major emphasis was to be put on the cooperation between both centers. Behind these two projects was John P. Harrison, Assistant Director for Humanities at the Rockefeller Foundation. Studies on public and private support for the arts, often called the ???economics of the arts,??? frequently fail to recognize the personal connections between the people formulating foreign policy, pushing forward specific corporate interests, and deploying resources through grants, endowments and donations. By looking at the Rockefeller Foundation???s project to create the CLAEM in Buenos Aires...

Music and Pan Americanism: New Directions in Historiography [abstract only]

Hess, Carol A.
Fonte: Latin American Music Center Publicador: Latin American Music Center
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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What do we in the United States know about Latin American art music and how do we know it? For several decades now, our understanding of this repertory has been informed by constructions of difference, often sustained by exoticist, nationalist, or essentialist rhetoric. One scholar, for example, proposes that Latin American music is filled with ???irresistible, exotic color??? whereas another proffers unelaborated references to ???national effect??? and ???national character.??? As for essentialism, adjectives such as ???distinctive??? or ???characteristic??? abound, ensuring that Latin American art music is perceived as ???particular and thus oppositional,??? to quote Ruth A. Solie???s pioneering study of musicology and difference. Indeed, as recently as 2005 one US scholar argued that Aaron Copland was attracted to Latin American music for its ???potential for transgression.??? Yet things were not always this way. From the 1920s through the early 1950s, any number of US critics, scholars, composers, and performers considered Latin American music in terms of what Kofi Agawu has called ???embracing sameness.??? Instead of situating some tantalizing Other in a ???colorful??? South-of-the-border locale, these historical actors embraced universalism...

Olin Downes and the Reception of Latin American Composers in the United States [abstract only]

Lopes, Luiz Fernando
Fonte: Latin American Music Center Publicador: Latin American Music Center
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Olin Downes, influential music critic of the New York Times from 1924 until his death in 1955, was an indefatigable supporter of contemporary music and his interest extended to Latin American composers such as Carlos Ch??vez, Alberto Ginastera, Camargo Guarnieri, and Heitor Villa-Lobos. Downes???s reviews and newspaper pieces in relation to the New York World???s Fair from 1939 were especially instrumental in consolidating the reputation of Villa-Lobos in the United States. Downes thought highly of Ch??vez not only as a composer but also as a conductor, whom he compared in favorable terms to Arturo Toscanini???s tenure with the New York Philharmonic. Downes established a particularly enthusiastic relationship with Villa-Lobos and his music, about which he wrote more often than that of any other composer from Latin America. The Brazilian composer reciprocated in kind by dedicating to Downes his Symphony No. 8 from 1950. This paper examines Downes???s music criticism in the New York Times, especially his reviews of Latin American music performances, as well as his papers and unpublished correspondence, which mostly survive at the University of Georgia in Athens. Although it is clear that Olin Downes???s support of Latin American music was indefatigable and genuine...

The Piano Sonatina in Latin America: A Musical Dialogue

Capparelli Gerling, Cristina
Fonte: Latin American Music Center Publicador: Latin American Music Center
Tipo: Presentation; Recording, acoustical; Recording, musical; Recording, oral
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The following is a recording of a lecture-recital presented by visiting Fulbright Scholar, Brazilian pianist Cristina Capparelli Gerling on Tuesday, January 21st, 2014, at 7:00 pm at the IU Jacobs School of Music???s Ford Hall. This lecture is the first in a series of lecture recitals presented throughout the Spring 2014 semester at IU, where Capparelli discussed key works from the twentieth-century Latin American Piano repertoire, exploring compositional aspects and instrumental demands in several genres, highlighting their distinctive social, historical, and cultural implications and backgrounds. In addition to the sound file of the lecture-recital, we have also included a pdf of the powerpoint slides used by Cappparelli during the lecture, and a bibliography provided by Capparelli.; The ???Piano Sonatinas??? lecture demonstrates and discusses concepts related to the various aspects of Latin American musical production for the piano such as the experimental, the intimate, the domestic, the miniaturized, and at a times the instructional. All of these aspects fit elegantly and effortlessly within neoclassical formal paradigms as shown in the works of Latin American composers Juan Bautista Plaza (Venezuela); H??ctor Tosar (Uruguay); Roque Cordero (Panam??); Luis A. Escobar (Colombia)...

Framing Latin American Art: Artists, Critics, Institutions and the Configuration of a Regional Identity

Maroja, Camila Santoro
Fonte: Universidade Duke Publicador: Universidade Duke
Tipo: Dissertação
Publicado em //2015
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This dissertation investigates how non-academic agents (i.e. artists, curators, and institutions) helped construct the current canon of Latin American art. It takes as case studies key exhibitions held in Brazil in order to examine how the central concepts of anthropophagy, geometric abstraction, and the political came to characterize the art of the region. Drawing on extensive archival research and interviews, this work traces a local genealogy, thus offering a different starting point for understanding the Latin American art canon that has been recently institutionalized in such places as the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York as part of the global turn in art history.

Citing their different language and colonial history, Brazilian artists and critics have tended to view their art production as distinct from that of the rest of the continent. This dissertation, by contrast, recognizes Brazil as a fundamental player in the shaping of both a Latin American cultural identity and an expanded notion of the Americas. This expansion of Latin American art influences how artists represent themselves and how such production is actively being inserted into collections around the world.

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The role of psychological development in the Latin American novela negra: Dismantling violence and fear an analysis of the novels 77 and Abril rojo

Jamison, Sara
Fonte: University of Delaware Publicador: University of Delaware
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado
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Schmidt-Cruz, Cynthia; According to the Royal Spanish Academy, fear is defined as the anxious disturbance in one???s mood caused by a perceived risk, whether real or imaginary. Taking into account the tumultuous history of the Latin American continent during certain periods, there is no doubt that fear constitutes a key aspect in Latin American literature of the 20th and 21st centuries. As a literary artifact with growing cultural relevance, the Latin American novela negra has developed as a means of social criticism that reflects upon violence, corruption and impunity within a political context. In addition to denouncing a corrupt social environment, the novela negra reflects the psychological trauma resulting from institutional violence in Latin American societies. This study analyzes the novels 77 (2008) by Guillermo Saccomanno and Abril rojo (2006) by Santiago Roncagliolo with the intention of demonstrating how the psychological development of their respective protagonists serves to reflect institutional violence and corruption, thus leading to the exposition of a social criticism. The focus of my analysis places emphasis on the portrait that these novels convey of a general mood of fear both on an individual and societal level. By situating each novel within the crime fiction genre...

Latin american sociology's contribution to sociological imagination: analysis, criticism, and social commitment

Tavares-dos-Santos,José Vicente; Baumgarten,Maíra
Fonte: Sociologias Publicador: Sociologias
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/01/2006 EN
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This paper tackles the role played by sociology in the analysis of the transformation processes in the Latin American societies, in following the construction process of both State and Nation, and in questioning the social issues in Latin America. Six periods of sociology in Latin America and in the Caribbean Islands are analyzed: (i) sociology's intellectual inheritance; (ii) the authoritative-teaching sociology; (iii) the "scientific sociology" period and the configuration of the "critical sociology"; (iv) the institutional crisis, consolidation of the "critical sociology", and the diversification of sociology; (v) the sociology of authoritarianism, of democracy, and of exclusion; and (vi) the institutional consolidation and the worldization of sociology in Latin America (from the year 2000 on). It can be said that the distinctive features of the sociological knowledge in the continent have been: internationalism, hybridism, critical approach to the processes and conflicts in the Latin American societies, and social commitment on the part of the sociologist.