By Andrea O'Reilly Herrera
In Cuba, across the world well known artists, philosophers, and writers think about the belief of a country displaced. that includes contributions from Isabel Alvarez Borland, Antonio Benítez-Rojo, María Cristina García, William Navarrete, Eliana Rivero, Rafael Rojas, and Carlos Victoria, in addition to many others, Cuba is a wealthy number of essays, testimonials, and interviews that demonstrate the complicated, frequently opposed cultural and political debates coexisting in the Cuban exile inhabitants. As a multivoiced textual content, Cuba formulates a deeper figuring out of diasporic id, and broadens the dialogue of the way within which Cuban cultural id and nationhood were developed, negotiated, and reworked by means of actual and cultural displacement.
“The multidisciplinary techniques … will attract numerous readers drawn to the wealthy cultural construction by way of Cuban exiles everywhere.” — CHOICE
“This booklet is phenomenal: it addresses Cuban diaspora from a number of destinations; it is going past the standard reductionist views; and it displays the community’s range through contesting universal media, scholarly, and stereotypical representations.” — Delia Poey, writer of Latino American Literature within the lecture room: The Politics of Transformation
“Multiple voices think about Cubanía (Cubanness), typically from a postmodern transcultural viewpoint. for this reason, the publication acquires a dynamic, college impression, impacting the reader intellectually in addition to emotionally.” — Jorge Febles, collage of North Florida
Andrea O’Reilly Herrera is Professor of Literature and Director of Ethnic reviews on the collage of Colorado at Colorado Springs. She is the writer of Pearl of the Antilles and the editor of ReMembering Cuba: Legacy of a Diaspora.
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