Language, Image, and Power in Luso-Hispanic Cultural Studies: Theory and Practice

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Introduction to _Language, Image, Power in Luso-Hispanic Studies: Theory and Practice_. The purpose of this volume is to take up the history, evolution and future of Luso-Hispanic Cultural Studies as a discipline, a pedagogical tool and a set of working practices. Stuart Hall famously encouraged us to think of culture as a “site of negotiation, the arena of consent and resistance where the struggle for and against a culture of the powerful is engaged.” With this in mind, Language, Image, Power brings together a variety of renowned specialists to share ideas about how Luso-Hispanic Cultural Studies has grown out of and radically reconsidered some of the basic premises of British Cultural Studies since the 1950s to address the many cultures of the Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking world and reshaped the university curriculum.
Original languageEnglish
VolumeVolume in series 'Routledge Research in Cultural and Media Studies'
StatePublished - Sep 30 2021


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