Disorientations: Spanish Colonialism in Africa and the Performance of Identity

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Yale University Press, 14 may. 2014 - 456 páginas
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Exploring the fraught processes of Spaniards' efforts to formulate a national identity - from the Enlightenment to the present - this book focuses on the nation's Islamic-African legacy, disputing the received wisdom that Spain has consistently rejected its historical relationship to Muslims and Africans.
 

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Índice

Theorizing the Performance of Spanish Identity
1
Reformulations of Spanish Identity and the Colonization of Africa
12
TWO The Savage Art of Mimicry in Spains Colonization of SubSaharan Africa
64
THREE Staging the Odalisques Conquest in the SpanishMoroccan War 185960
101
FOUR The Masculine Role in the SpanishMoroccan Theater of War
161
FIVE Unmasking Family Values in Francos African Colonies
220
SIX Performance Anxieties on the Edge of Fortress Europe
300
Afterword
355
Notes
359
Works Cited
387
Index
419
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