This is about the theme that will not go away: the capture of “foreignness” by cultures of scholarship, particularly in relation to the “nativism” of the immediate circumstance or the timespace of 21stcentury U.S., call it imperial if you wish. This is also about the (...

The revised edition of Juan Gonzalez’s Harvest of Empire: A History of Latinos in America (2011), eleven years after its first publication, is a good pretext for a re-assessment of the undeniable and unstoppable Latinization of the U.S. The past and  present: imperfect...

Cultural Studies 1983: A Theoretical History, By Stuart Hall. Edited and with an Introduction by Jennifer Daryl Slack and Lawrence Grossberg (Durham and London: Duke UP, 2016). 

Imagined Globalization by Néstor García Canclini. Translated and with an Introduction by Geo...

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