Vol 4, No 2 (2015)

https://doi.org/10.3989/chdj.2015.v4.i2


Anachronistic Modernities

José F. Buscaglia Salgado (coord.)

Table of Contents

Editorial

[en]
Anachronistic Modernities: Outmaneuvering Racialism to Transcend Coloniality
José F. Buscaglia
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Dossier Part I - Racialism and/as history

[en]
Socio-Racial Sensibilities towards coloured subaltern sectors in the Spanish Atlantic
Alejandro E. Gómez
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[en]
Race as a weapon: defending the colonial plantation order in the name of civilization, 1791-1850
Consuelo Naranjo Orovio, José F. Buscaglia
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[en]
The Colonial Pygmalion: Unsettling Dinesen in Out of Africa
Shaun Irlam
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Interview

[en]
Foregrounding the Ideologically Anachronistic: A Conversation by the River Tormes with Antillean Cuban Artist Alexis Esquivel
José F. Buscaglia Salgado
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Dossier Part II - Lifting the curse of coloniality

[en]
Nostalgia and Tourism: Narratives of Yucatán’s Tangible Heritage
Francisco Javier Fernández Repetto
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[fr]
The Colonial Essence of a Contemporary Policy: Towards a Fanonian Approach of Positive Discrimination in France
Karim Ghorbal
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[en]
Oswaldo Costa, Antropofagia, y la crítica caníbal de la modernidad colonial
Carlos A. Jáuregui
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Articles

[en]
Cultural heritage and memory: untangling the ties that bind
Dacia Viejo-Rose
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[es]
Target Madrid: plans for occupation and design of public order during the Spanish Civil War
Alejandro Pérez-Olivares García
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[en]
Linen, Silver, Slaves, and Coffee: A Spatial Approach to Central Europe’s Entanglements with the Atlantic Economy
Klaus Weber
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[en]
Maritime post routes between Corunna and the Caribbean as a Geographic Information System (Gis) model
María Baudot Monroy
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Writing on History

[en]
‘Spanish Atlanteans’: Crisis of Empire and reconstruction of Spanish Monarchy (1672-1740)
Pablo Fernández Albaladejo
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