Pushing the Boundaries of Latin American Testimony: Meta-morphoses and Migrations

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L. Detwiler, J. Breckenridge
Palgrave Macmillan US, Jan 17, 2012 - Political Science - 271 pages
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Revealing twenty-first century contexts, ground-breaking scenarios, and innovative mediums for this highly contested life writing genre, this volume showcases a new generation of testimonio scholarship.

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LOUISE DETWILER is an associate professor of Spanish and chair of the Department Modern Languages and Intercultural Studies at Salisbury University. She has authored nine articles in peer-reviewed journals and is a former recipient of the M/MLA Women's Caucus Distinguished Paper Award for her study of Alicia Partnoy's testimony, The Little School.

JANIS BRECKENRIDGE is an assistant professor of Spanish at Whitman College. She has authored ten articles in diverse peer-reviewed journals and conducted interviews with numerous authors and directors. She is a former recipient of the Feministas Unidas Essay prize for her work on Los rubios, an Argentine testimonial film.