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Hybrid Cultures: Strategies for Entering and Leaving Modernity

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El libro es una especie de sociolog ia de la cultura aplicada a Am erica Latina. Aunque los temas son muy concretos, el enfoque del autor tiende a ser filos ofico. Tradici on y modernidad son los dos ejes de la obra, pero esta caracterizaci on dista mucho de captar toda su complejidad--Handbook of"
Paperback, 293 pages
Published October 1st 1995 by University of Minnesota Press (first published July 1st 1992)
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Brad
The concept of hybridity doesn't resolve any of the problems of the concept of culture but I like his description of vernacular temporal categories, e.g. 'modern' and 'traditional', which leads one to an analysis of plural modernities.
Jason Williams
Yet another Latin American counterpoint to relativize "the West." "Modernity" is but a blip on one of the many possible maps of time.

Democratize experience, not just art.
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The couple chapters I read weren't too bad, though the chapters assigned weren't in chronological order, so I was occasionally lost. I might pick this up and try reading it again ... though, I have a strong feeling that this won't happen.
Faedyl
La peor edición que leí en mi vida pero el texto es casi temprano y me gusta que sea crudo, good!
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Néstor García Canclini (Argentina, 1939) es Doctor en Filosofía por las universidades de París y de La Plata. Ha sido profesor en las universidades de Austin, Duke, Stanford, Barcelona, Buenos Aires y São Paulo. Recibió la Beca Guggenheim, el Premio Ensayo Casa de las Américas en reconocimiento a Culturas populares en el capitalismo y el Book Award de la Asociación de Estudios Latinoamericanos por ...more
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