Re-imagining community and civil society in Latin America and the Caribbean / edited by Gordana Yovanovich and Roberta Rice.

  • New York : Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, 2017.
  • ©2017
x, 233 pages ; 24 cm.


Related name
  • Routledge studies in Latin American politics ; 13. [More in this series]
  • Routledge studies in Latin American politics ; 13
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Re-imagining community and civil society / Gordana Yovanovich and Roberta Rice -- Society from the inside out : community, organization and the challenge of political influence / Philip Oxhorn -- Modernized honor culture and community : Garća Márquez's Chronicle of a death foretold = Crónica de una muerte anunciada / Gordana Yovanovich -- Reframing the archive and expanding collective memory in order to bridge the divide between community and civil society in Yxta Maya Murray's The conquest / Pablo Ramirez -- Memory and temporary communities in Laura Restrepo's The dark bride = La novia oscura / Maca Suazo and Lisa Bellstedt -- Community and learning : the process of concientization among Nicaraguan peasants through song / Mery Perez -- Community and the state : piecing together differences in Alejandro Brugués' Juan of the dead / Miharu M. Miyasaka and Patrick X. Horrigan -- Intercultural democracy and civil society participation in the new, decolonized Bolivia / Roberta Rice -- Conceptualizing transnational civil society in Guatemala / Candace Johnson -- Collective banks and counter-acts : building civil society from within in Jamaica and Guyana / Caroline Shenaz Hossein -- War on civil society in Vargas Llosa's The war of the end of the world / Olga Nedvyga -- "Radical" participatory democracy institutions in Venezuela and Ecuador : strengthening civil society or mechanisms for controlled inclusion? / Pascal Lupien -- Towards civic community : conclusions / Gordana Yovanovich and Roberta Rice.
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