Argentinean Cultural Production During the Neoliberal Years (1989-2001)
Hugo Hortiguera, Carolina Rocha
Edwin Mellen Press, 2007 - History - 235 pages
This groundbreaking collection of essays examines Argentine cultural production in the years between 1989-2001, which coincided with the implementation of neoliberalism under President Carlos Saul Menem (1989-1999) and his successor, Fernando de la Rua (1999-2001). In order to do so, this work provides an overview of the way Argentine writers, filmmakers, musicians and media reacted to this centrality of the market forces. This collection will be of interest to scholars of Latin American Cultural Studies, Hispanic Studies, Film Studies as well as those of Comparative Literature.
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