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The Andalusian faces of Spanishness: Myth, icons and identity in Andalusian theatre of the Second Republic
In Spain during the 1930s, the democratically elected Second Republic government imposed progressive reforms designed to modernize the nation. However, conservative factions opposed these changes in favor of a return to ...
Confrontando caras: Confronting language, facing cultural identity
Ethnic identity can be subject to both passive and overt review, which has the potential to cause traumatic fracture of identity. I am a second generation American-Puerto Rican, which can be defined as a person born in the ...
The Control Mechanism, From Foucault to HBO
What is power? Where does it come from? What is its relation to knowledge, and how are these concepts used towards the purposes of control? This study investigates these questions, first in a critical essay and then in a ...
The martyr and the traitor: Violence and resistance in world literature and cinema
This dissertation examines the way systemic capitalist violence and resistance to it can be articulated through the three figures of the martyr, the disappeared, and the traitor. Focusing on the literary tropes of the ...