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Affect, Gender and Sexuality in Latin America

Edited by Cecilia Macón (), Mariela Solana () and Nayla Luz Vacarezza ()

in Gender, Development and Social Change from Palgrave Macmillan, currently edited by Wendy Harcourt

Date: 2021
ISBN: 978-3-030-59369-8
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Chapters in this book:

Ch Chapter 1 Introduction: Feeling Our Way Through Latin America
Cecilia Macón, Mariela Solana and Nayla Luz Vacarezza
Ch Chapter 10 Mapping the Failure: A Dissident Narrative of Homoerotic Affections in Carlos Correas
Eduardo Mattio
Ch Chapter 11 Back to the Party: Affects, Relationships, and Encounters
Denilson Lopes
Ch Chapter 12 Popular Songs of Antonio Vanegas Arroyo: Emotionology of Love in Mexico 1880–1911
Oliva López Sánchez and Edith Flores Pérez
Ch Chapter 13 Emotional Education: Creating a Modern Child–Adult Relationship in Colombia
Zandra Pedraza
Ch Chapter 14 Nostalgia as Historical Critique: Time and Desire in Alejandro Modarelli’s Rosa Prepucio
Mariela Solana
Ch Chapter 15 Intoxicated Stories and Stained Bodies: Muddy Methodologies in the Oral History of Queer Politics of the Global South
Nicolás Cuello
Ch Chapter 2 Depicting “Gender Ideology” as Affective and Arbitrary: Organized Actions Against Sexual and Gender Rights in Latin America Today
Daniela Losiggio
Ch Chapter 3 White Scarves and Green Scarves. The Affective Temporality of #QueSeaLey [#MakeItLaw] as Fourth-Wave Feminism
Cecilia Macón
Ch Chapter 4 The Green Scarf for Abortion Rights: Affective Contagion and Artistic Reinventions of Movement Symbols
Nayla Luz Vacarezza
Ch Chapter 5 Affective Atmospheres and the Construction of Senses and Practices of Citizenship in Ecuador
Virginia Villamediana
Ch Chapter 6 The Politics of Sensibility and the Colonization of Gender. (a.k.a. Men Hate Women)
Ali Lara
Ch Chapter 7 Beyond the Human: Maternity, Affect, and Monstrous Lives in the Narrative of Argentine Writer Samanta Schweblin
Cynthia Francica
Ch Chapter 8 Spiritism as Artistic, Affective, and Feminist Agency: The Case of the Morla Sisters in Chile
Macarena Urzúa Opazo
Ch Chapter 9 Queer Temporalities, Fluid Encounters: Feeling Utopia in Marcelo Caetano’s Body Electric
Daniel Kveller

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