Spanishness


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Spanishness

[ˈspænɪʃnɪs] Ncarácter m español, cualidad f española
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On the other hand, he is not able to give up his own investments in the idea of Spanishness and the superiority he ascribes to it" (130).
New Directions in Contemporary Spanish Comedy," the author examines the globalising effect of Hollywood through a detailed analysis of No controles [Lovestorming] (Borja Cobeaga, 2010), a film which appropriates many of the elements of mainstream America cinema whilst maintaining "a model of Spanishness [that] is firmly rooted in the past" (183).
Ribeiro de Menezes is not the only critic to read deeper into the aesthetics and politics of violence in De la Iglesia; Francisco Fernandez de Alba, for example, posits that in El dia de la bestia, violence exists in physical, psychological, social, and political forms, and as a sort of litmus of the unconscious violence intrinsic to the essence of Spanishness (40-41).
One of Coronados key concerns in the essay is Spanishness as such, which she considers to be threatened by the French and by the heavy European influence on Spain.
Their goal is to interrogate the concept of Spanishness and to place movies center stage in the making of a 'counter-history' of the nation and its cinema, seeking "to unveil the competing discourses at stake in specific films when examined against the rearticulation of different genres and film traditions" (8).
I argue that among the possible readings of Roman and Gothic identities in the play, one reading emphasizes the Spanishness of the Goths in late sixteenth-century perceptions.
The seventeen contributions that make up the main body of the text are organized in three parts devoted to rethinking Spanishness through the soft edges of early Spanish cinema, the broadening of perspectives within Spanish film through international influences and genre experimentation, and the appropriating of global themes.
99) Utilizo el concepto "representar la espanolidad" (performing Spanishness) que Alberto Medina presenta en "Empty the Nation: Performing Spanishness in Cadalso's Moroccan Letters", en Eugenia Afinoguenova y Jaume Marti Olivella, Spain is (Still) Different: Tourism and Discourse in Spanish Identity, Lanham, MD, Lexington Books, 2008, p.
Both Ortega and Unamuno represented Spain as marginal to Europe, with Spanishness transcendent of itself because it was in touch with a non-phenomenological universality akin to Zambrano's "real.
When explored, this relationship shows how popular ideas about Spanishness attributed the tragedy of the war to national character as well as how the integration or otherwise of disruptive visions of wartime Spain shaped the idea of Spain abroad.
Likewise, while chapter three explores the ambivalent construction of mestizaje and spanishness as a gendered process, chapter four provides a first-person perspective of the meaning of classification through the narrative of two mestizo caciques.
That's what he did indeed do in the name of Spanishness - Hispanidad.