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Escalante Adaniya, Marie Elise 1977-

Overview
Works: 13 works in 40 publications in 2 languages and 350 library holdings
Genres: Criticism, interpretation, etc  Academic theses 
Roles: Author
Classifications: PQ7081, 860
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Most widely held works by Marie Elise Escalante Adaniya
La naturaleza como artificio : representaciones de lo natural en el modernismo by Marie Elise Escalante Adaniya( Book )

19 editions published between 2015 and 2016 in Spanish and held by 191 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La naturaleza se presenta como un tema marginal e incluso antitético al movimiento modernista, asociado con las ciudades y los productos manufacturados. Sin embargo, este volumen propone que la problemática de la naturaleza se halla en el centro mismo de las reflexiones estéticas modernistas. Para demostrar la importancia de este tema dentro del canon modernista, se analiza la obra de autores emblemáticos como José Martí, Rubén Darío, Leopoldo Lugones y Horacio Quiroga. El modernismo latinoamericano muestra que la naturaleza puede ser intervenida, modificada por el hombre y, por ello, deja de ser ese espacio puro, inaccesible e indomable que postulaba el Romanticismo. Una de las figuras que ilustra mejor esta idea es el jardín, artificial y natural al mismo tiempo, producto del cuidado y la destreza del jardinero, pero también obra de la naturaleza, una imagen también del cosmopolitismo modernista, ya que el jardín reúne plantas de distintas partes del orbe y que por tanto nunca estarían juntas en el ámbito natural. Todas estas cuestiones se exponen en este libro que, en sus cinco capítulos, repasa otros tantos modos distintos de mostrar la relativización entre lo natural y los artificial, y el modo en que el modernismo reformula categorías propias de la estética romántica, como es el caso de lo sublime
Un estudio sobre la nominación en las crónicas de Garcilaso de la Vega y Guamán Poma by Marie Elise Escalante Adaniya( Book )

4 editions published in 2004 in Spanish and held by 57 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La naturaleza como artificio by Marie Elise Escalante Adaniya( Book )

2 editions published in 2016 in Spanish and held by 31 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Estepicursores : exilios e identidades hispanos en los siglos XIX y XX by Esther María Alarcón Arana( Book )

1 edition published in 2015 in Spanish and held by 31 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Esta tesis busca examinar el exilio y la manera como influye en la identidad individual y nacional. Exploro el modo como el exiliado vive su identidad en documentos narrativos de autores desplazados, originarios de ambas orillas del Océano Atlántico, y correspondientes a los siglos XIX y XX. Mi estudio se centra en las Cartas de España (1822) de José María Blanco White, Sab (1841) de Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda, Altazor o el viaje en paracaídas, poema en 7 cantos (1931) de Vicente Huidobro y la Correspondencia Ramón J. Sender-Joaquín Maurín (1952-1973). Este estudio se aleja voluntariamente de las habituales interpretaciones que ponen énfasis en la idea de que el destierro destruye al sujeto que sufre la experiencia del exilio. Ofrezco paralelamente una revisión del modelo conceptual de nación-estado que, desde el siglo XIX, impone unas nociones de identidad limitadoras para los sujetos que no se consideran representados en ellas. El marco teórico que me ha ayudado con el análisis de los textos es la "filosofía práctica" de Paul Ricoeur, concretamente sus estudios sobre la identidad narrativa en Sí mismo como otro (1992). Desde este planteamiento, la identidad del sujeto se entiende como algo reflexivo, de modo que mediante un proceso deliberativo el sujeto va creando su identidad. El relato es el espacio donde el sujeto construye su identidad a través del proceso reflexivo e interpretativo, convirtiéndose en la bisagra entre la descripción y la prescripción. En este espacio narrativo se desentraña el ethos como transformación de sí mismo mediante la acción: la responsabilidad ética del individuo se manifiesta en que, la formación de su identidad está orientada a la creación de posibilidades alternativas para crear un mundo habitable. Proponiendo un cambio en la mirada hacia los estudios sobre exilio e identidad, llego a un entendimiento más completo de la experiencia del trasterrado, concluyendo que el exiliado hace una aportación que no queda reducida al simple victimismo
La raíz del mal : la extirpación de la idolatría en el Perú colonial by Marie Elise Escalante Adaniya( Book )

1 edition published in 2016 in Spanish and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Mario Bellatin : el giro hacia el procedimiento y la literatura como proyecto by Andrea Cote( Book )

2 editions published in 2014 in Spanish and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This dissertation studies the work of Latin-American writer Mario Bellatin as a paradigmatic example of a tendency in contemporary literature that I called the procedural turn. This notion comprehends a manifestation in the art of the last three decades where artists exhibit the creative process as an artistic product in itself while engaging in the design of alternative practices that challenge the limits between artistic fields and disciplines. Through the analysis of a corpus of selected books and performances by Mario Bellatin, I explore the procedural turn that manifests in his work; particularly through the poetics of literature as a project, where individual books are seen as unfinished manifestations of a wider performance. I study his works vis-a-vis other contemporary Latin American writers and representatives of twentieth century European avant-garde. I establish a dialogue between Bellatin's proposal and an artistic tradition that critically approaches material culture of literary products as well as notions of authorship and artistic community. I finally argue that Bellatin's poetic of procedures involves, ultimately, a notion of literary language as a generator not of discourses but of experiences
Slippery solidarity : performative complements to the national allegory by Kristen Meylor Turpin( Book )

2 editions published in 2016 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This dissertation studies how Spanish American novels and plays from the early 19th Century construct collective identity. Instead of focusing purely on the allegorical formulation of national identity, I identify a complementary mode of political expression that slips cosmopolitan, transnational, and colonial perspectives into nation-building discourse. Slippery Solidarity begins by characterizing the "performative" rhetorical devices that carve a space for counter-national perspectives within romanticism's predominantly national framework. In its most basic sense, "to perform" is to be reflexive about how one acts. I classify pretending, juxtaposing, and parodying as "performative" rhetorical devices because they self-reflexively display the intersection of national and counter-national perspectives. I show that, unlike allegorical texts, in which self-referentiality serves to authoritatively stabilize the concept of the "nation," performative texts employ this technique in order to destabilize and then transform various tenets of nation-building discourse. Pretending, juxtaposing, and parodying question the patriotic call to take up arms and defend a singular motherland, the state's homogenizing process of exclusion, the civilización/barbarismo dichotomy, and the narrative of national mestizaje. By combining allegorical and performative devices, José Joaquín Fernández de Lizardi, Soledad Acosta de Samper, and Gertrudis Gómez de Avellaneda test the complementarity of national, cosmopolitan, transnational, and post-colonial dispositions during the Independence Period. Pretending evokes the cosmopolitan critique of nationalist violence in El periquillo sarniento (1816); juxtaposing depicts the transnational romance in Una holandesa en América (1876); and parodying critiques the colonial roots of the mestizo nation in La hija de las flores, o Todos están locos (1852). This dissertation thus makes two central interventions. First, it traces the cosmopolitan and transnational dispositions that we tend to associate with modernismo and the vanguardia back to romanticismo. In doing so, it characterizes the aesthetic diversity and political complexity of the literature of this period. Secondly, this dissertation paves the way for more nuanced analyses of 19th-century Spanish American literature, ones in which national-allegorical interpretation is not the default mode, but one possible reading--among many--of the dialogue between literature and politics
Naturaleza y Estética en la literatura de entresiglos : del Modernismo de José Martí al Postmodernismo de Horacio Quiroga by Marie Elise Escalante Adaniya( )

2 editions published in 2011 in Spanish and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

El baile de los que sobran: literatura y negatividad en el Caribe hispano by Lina Maria Martinez Hernandez( Book )

2 editions published in 2016 in Spanish and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This dissertation challenges conciliatory views of Caribbean identity and epistemology by highlighting a series of texts and authors that question celebratory approaches to racial and sexual difference. I argue that negative relationality constitutes and epistemological and aesthetic alternative to reevaluate hegemonic representations of the Caribbean, one that dwells on antagonism, excesses, and exceptions that constitute the underside of an exceptional and affirmative view of the region. To do so, I understand negativity as a three-fold approach: a philosophical critique of stable identity and totality; a claim for the autonomous production of aesthetic discourses and its sovereign intervention in the public sphere; and an emphasis on the corporeal as the embodiment of psychic and social incoherence and disobedience. This approach allows me to focus on authors and artists from Colombia, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic that not only question identity as a discursive construct, but also through the ways in which the (re)mediation of these discourses into literary, audiovisual, and artistic forms opens up spaces to think about alternative modes of relation with racial and sexual difference
La insólita tropicalidad de la poesía argentina : Enrique Molina, Néstor Perlongher y Washington Cucurto by Giselle Román-Medina( Book )

2 editions published in 2016 in Spanish and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This dissertation, La insólita tropicalidad de la poesía argentina, identifies the ways in which major contemporary Argentine poets articulate what I call a poetics of tropicality, anchored in tropes largely present in Caribbean and Brazilian aesthetics. In it, I draw a critical framework that goes beyond the disciplinary boundaries that define North/South cultural and political relations. Specifically, I foreground the mobilization of exotic tropes in Argentina, which has historically built its national identity in contrast to the tropics in its desire to present the nation as part of the Global North. I argue that Enrique Molina, Néstor Perlongher, and Washington Cucurto reshaped the traditional meaning of tropicality, a fundamentally foreign concept to Argentina, as a means of articulating an intra-Latin American poetics that includes national subjectivities underrepresented through traditional Eurocentric channels. I examine mainly poetry--the privileged art form for such tropes--but also prose and anthropology. Through this corpus, I demonstrate that the natural properties attributed to the tropics from scientific, medical and philosophical discourses can ironically function as highly movable artifacts capable of challenging stereotypes based on geographical determinism. This poetics of tropicality--a multisensory material and intellectual experience--provides a model for rethinking Latin American diversity: not as the appearance of a radical other, but as an encounter between subtle differences
Teoría lírica latino americana 1492-2000 by David Barreto( Book )

1 edition published in 2015 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

My dissertation explores the notions lyric, poetry, modernity, and America. I argue that the idea of America after 1492 is inextricably tied to the emergence of modern lyric poetry. I challenge the tacit understanding that the value of Latin American poetry and poetics rests on the historiographical Hegelian universal spirit of poetry that places its beginnings in Latin America at the end of the 19th century only after it had emerged first in Europe and then in the United States. I analyze the image of America in relation to the heterogeneous constitution of modernity and modern subjectivity, exemplified in Descartes' dictum "I think, therefore I am." The certainty of the methodological Cartesian "I" is what modern lyric poetry seeks to undermine through the uncertainty of the lyric subject "I." I illustrate how the modern dualism of mind and body, subject and object, history and poetry, self and other, would be meaningless without the parallel conceptualization and conquest of America. My claim is that modern poetry, which is exclusively thought of as the subversive and unmediated expression of a decentered, irrational, and spontaneous lyric subject "I," evolves in opposition to the certainty that reason allegedly gives to the modern subject "I," conceivable only within the context of the violent history of the Atlantic. Chapter One, "Teoria lirica latino americana," exposes the invention of lyric poetry within the larger context of the creation of poetry within the Atlantic Circuit. Chapter Two, "Politica lirica," studies the modern creation of san Juan de la Cruz and shows how and why his image has been taken as the ideal spirit of modern poetry. Chapter Three, "Excepcion lirica," explains the relationship between modern lyric poetry and political theology in the case of Octavio Paz and Jose Angel Valente. The fourth chapter, "Borges, el habito de lo ordinario," deals with Jorge Luis Borges' poetry and poetics in the tradition of modernity. Finally, "Chantal Maillard y las formas prosaicas de habitar lo cotidiano" signals the transformation of lyric practices in what I call lyric exhaustion which can be recognized in the work of the Spaniard-Belgian poet Chantal Maillard, among others
La raiz del mal : la exterpación de la idolatría en el Perú colonial by Marie Elise Escalante Adaniya( Book )

1 edition published in 2016 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Un estudio sobre la nominación en las crónicas de Garcilaso de la Vega y Guamán Poma by Marie Elise Escalante Adaniya( )

1 edition published in 2004 in Spanish and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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