Writing from and for the periphery: Carving out a place for Spanish food studies
Source TitleRepensar los estudios ibéricos desde la periferia
Repensar los estudios ibéricos desde la periferia
Publisherla serie Biblioteca di Rassegna Iberistica
University of Melbourne Author/sAnderson, Lara
CitationsAnderson, L. (2019). Writing from and for the periphery: Carving out a place for Spanish food studies. Colmiero, J (Ed.). Martinez Exposito, A (Ed.). Repensar los estudios ibéricos desde la periferia, Repensar los estudios ibéricos desde la periferia, (13), pp.103-114. la serie Biblioteca di Rassegna Iberistica.
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This volume is an attempt to renew and de-peripheralize Iberian studies, focusing on the peripheral as geographical, cultural and ideological positioning, when questioning the center's hegemonic optics and reviewing the pre-existing cultural canons, and their gaps, exclusions and invisibilities. This is a multiple task - carried out from Australia and New Zealand - that includes the study of peripheral cultural forms, both of the so-called historical nationalities absent from the Spanish cultural / literary / linguistic canon, as well as other minority groups that have traditionally been displaced to different types of periphery, such as exiles, political prisoners, immigrants, gypsies, working classes, colonial subjects or sexual minorities, in a global context.
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