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Full-Text Articles in Modern Languages
El Rock En Nicaragua: Un Discurso De Resistencia Contra La Neoliberalización O Una Re-Definición De La Tradición., Martina Barinova
Theses, Dissertations, Student Research: Modern Languages and Literatures
Abstract in English
This work, which parts from the premise that music is a medium of communication with the potential to transform and create identities, explores rock music in Nicaragua since its beginning until the present. Nicaraguan rock music is born in a sociopolitical context of extreme economic instability and during a crisis of values in the last decade of the 20th century, with the end of the Sandinista Revolution and the establishment of neoliberal government. The young cultural movement, and rock in particular, constructs a discourse dissident from the patriarchal and capitalist hegemony and interrogates the social reality ...
De ‘Ángel Del Hogar’ A ‘Mujer Moderna’: Las Tensiones Filosóficas Y Textuales En El Sujeto Femenino De Carmen De Burgos, Estrella Cibreiro
Spanish Department Faculty Scholarship
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