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Revolutionary Imagination in the Americas and the Age

Maria Josefina Saldana-Portillo,M Saldana-Portillo
Wydawca: Duke University Press
Rok wydania: 2003
Stron: 384
ISBN: 9780822331780

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In The Revolutionary Imagination in the Americas and the Age of Development, Maria Josefina Saldana-Portillo boldly argues that crucial twentieth-century revolutionary challenges to colonialism and capitalism in the Americas have failed to resist - and in fact have been constitutively related to - the very developmentalist narratives that have justified and naturalized post-war capitalism. Saldana-Portillo brings the critique of development discourse to bear on such exemplars of revolutionary and resistant political thought and practice as Che Guevara, Malcolm X, the Sandinista government of Nicaragua, and the Guatemalan guerrilla resistance. She suggests that in each of these diverse sites, developmentalist constructions frame the struggle as a heroic movement from unconsciousness to consciousness, from a childlike backwardness toward a disciplined and self-aware maturity. Reading governmental reports, memos, and policies, Saldana-Portillo traces the arc of development narratives from its beginnings in the 1944 Bretton Woods conference through its apex during Robert S. McNamara`s reign at the World Bank (1968-1981). She compares these narratives with models of subjectivity and agency embedded in the autobiographical texts of three revolutionary icons of the 1960s and 1970s-those of Ernesto "Che" Guevara, Guatemalan insurgent Mario Payeras, and Malcolm X-and the agricultural policy of the Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN). Saldana-Portillo highlights a shared paradigm of a masculinist transformation of the individual requiring the "transcendence" of ethnic particularity for the good of the nation. While she argues that this model of progress often alienated the very communities targeted by the revolutionaries, she shows how contemporary insurgents such as Rigoberta Menchu, the Zapatista movement, and queer Aztlan have taken up the radicalism of their predecessors to re-theorize revolutionary subjectivity for the twenty-first century. "This is an ambitious work of discourse analysis, which offers many valuable insights ... "-- Jrnl of Latin American Studies, February 2005 "Whether this book is cultural studies, development studies, discourse studies, or just plain history does not really matter because it is a great book. There is very little of the rather self-conscious "culturalism" and "politicism" that characterizes some other titles in this series and genre. Maria Josefina Saldana-Portillo has something to say and tells her story in a most readable manner (no mean achievement). The book`s topics are familiar, yet she manages to treat them in an engaging and relevant manner."--Ronaldo Munck, American Historical Review "This is an ambitious work of discourse analysis, which o.ers many valuable insights about specific texts..."--Nicola Miller, Journal of Latin American Studies "[A] rich and impressive book... Saldana-Portillo thus offers not only a powerful and important critique of development and postcolonial politics (both left and `right`), but also a refreshingly hopeful vision of revolutionary projects for the twenty-first century. Her book should be required reading for students of social movements and Latin American politics. Saldana-Portillo`s writing is at times dense and presumes a familiarity with postcolonial and poststructural theory but could be used for teaching advanced undergraduates and for graduate seminars."-- Maya Parson, Bulletin of Latin American Research Listed in Cultural Critique, Minnesota Review, New Mexico Historical Review, CHE. Negative review in A Contracorriente. Also reviewed in Choice. Harlow/Carter, Archives of Empire, vols. 1 & 2 "With selections ranging from company charters, missionary tracts, satirical cartoons, legislative records, to literary accounts, these anthologies present a fascinating glimpse of the many sides of imperialism."--Heidi Hanrahan, English Literature in Transition, 1880-1920 "This valuable collection of documents from and about the British Empire will prove useful to students and scholars."--Journal of Interdisciplinary History "[T]his is easily the richest single collection of primary source materials on British imperialism available in print... The first two volumes of Archives of Empire supply us with a rich selection of source material on British imperialism in India and Africa, and when reinforced by the final two volumes, the completed project will provide an unrivaled resource to students of empire. And by its very existence this "reader" will stand as a monument to the remarkable efflorescence of interest in imperial and colonial studies in recent years."--Dane Kennedy, Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History (Vol 1) "Archives of Empire will undoubtedly stand as one of the best documentary collections in its field for some time."-- Daniel P. Becker, Itinerario "[A]n ideal reference for short primary sources to supplement textbook or other readings... [A]n extremely valuable teaching resource for faculty, and it should be read in combination with the other three volumes of the series in order to gain a more complete understanding of the ways in which political and cultural discourse produced and reproduced empire in Victorian Britain."-- Brian Caton, The Journal of Asian Studies Vol. 2 "[A] wonderful anthology... [A]n anthology to be enthusiastically welcomed by those who teach empire, and it offers both classics and new works for close readings and analysis..."--Carol Summers, Itinerario Listed in American Historical Review, Critical Inquiry, Eighteenth-Century Studies, Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History, boundary2, Victorian Database Online.

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