Argentina Ilustrada - Duviols, Jean Paul
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This dictionary aims to include all the cultural data pertaining to the Argentine Republic, starting at the most remote times up to the present. With this work the author, French historian, ethnologist and Sorbonne University researcher Jean-Paul Duviols, proposes an alfabetically ordered list of names that make the foundations of the Argentine history, ethnology, and literature -including a necessarily brief analysis of the main works- and also spans the plastic arts, music, and movies. This work gathers, for the first time and in a synthetic and easy reading way, a corpus of data that…mehr

Produktbeschreibung
This dictionary aims to include all the cultural data pertaining to the Argentine Republic, starting at the most remote times up to the present. With this work the author, French historian, ethnologist and Sorbonne University researcher Jean-Paul Duviols, proposes an alfabetically ordered list of names that make the foundations of the Argentine history, ethnology, and literature -including a necessarily brief analysis of the main works- and also spans the plastic arts, music, and movies. This work gathers, for the first time and in a synthetic and easy reading way, a corpus of data that constitutes the cultural personality of a complex society and a not easy to understand country such as Argentina.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Stockcero
  • Seitenzahl: 886
  • Erscheinungstermin: 2. August 2011
  • Spanisch
  • Abmessung: 229mm x 152mm x 51mm
  • Gewicht: 1333g
  • ISBN-13: 9781934768464
  • ISBN-10: 1934768464
  • Artikelnr.: 33947200
Autorenporträt
Jean-Paul Duviols, born in Toulouse in 1936, associate of Spanish and Doctor of State, is professor emeritus of the University of Paris IV-Sorbonne, where he occupied the chair of Latin American literature and civilization. Specializes in the study of the pre-Columbian period, voyages of discovery, colonization and iconographic analysis, Dr Duviols has directed numerous works for Paris Sorbonne university presses, including Le miroir du nouveau monde, published in 2006. The Spanish America seen and dreamed (1986) shows the influence of travel stories on European thought and the image of America. This image, sometimes faithful, sometimes erroneous, often bears the mark of European mentalities. The New World Mirror (2006) complements the previous research, highlighting the diversity of European iconography relating to America and its decisive role in the history of mentalities. For twenty-five years, Jean-Paul Duviols has been running the first Thursday of every month, the Tribunes des Livres of the Maison de l'Amérique latine2. He is also known for his pedagogical publications, in particular a Spanish Grammar and the series of textbooks Sol y Sombra (from the 4th to the final) and Cambios (from the second to the final) published by Bordas editions, from 1972 to 1989 In the 1970s and 1980s, these textbooks were very successful. Their originality was based essentially on the importance given to Latin America, its literature, its history and artistic creations, the introduction of press extracts, advertisements and comic drawings added to the documents proposed for comments, and finally on their rich iconography and on a choice of very diversified texts. At Stockcero he has published Brevísima relación de la Destruyción de las Indias de Bartolomé de Las Casas, a translation with introduction and notes of Accarette du Biscay, Viaje al Río de la Plata y a Potosí , Auguste Guinnard, Tres años de esclavitud entre los Patagones, La colonia francesa de Florida (1562-1565), with notes by Jacques Lemoyne de Morgues, Verdadera Historia y Descripción de un País, by Hans Staden, Usos y Costumbres de los Salvajes de Virginia, with notes by Thomas Hariot and drawings by John White, El Nuevo Mundo. Los viajes de Amerigo Vespucci (1497-1504)., Cristóbal Colón - Viajes a Las Indias (1492 - 1504) and Indios Guaraníes y Jesuitas - Misiones de la Compañía de Jesús en el Paraguay (1610-1767.