Issues

SX 51: 11.2016

SX 51: 11.2016

Sans Souci

Preface: The Universality of Casa de las Américas

David Scott 

Rethinking the “Transnational” Caribbean Curatorial: Caribe Insular: Exclusión, Fragmentación y Paraíso’s Politics of Space

Carlos Garrido Castellano

The Idea of Hispanophone Caribbean Studies 

Guest-editor Vanessa Pérez-Rosario

Introduction: On the Hispanophone Caribbean Question

Vanessa Pérez-Rosario

The Hispanic Caribbean Question: On Geographies of Knowledge and Interlaced Human Landscapes

Silvio Torres-Saillant 

History and the Idea of Hispanic Caribbean Studies

Ada Ferrer

Spanish Caribbean Literature: A Heuristic for Colonial Caribbean Studies

Yolanda Martínez-San Miguel 

Contemporary Art of the Hispanophone Caribbean Islands in an Archipelagic Framework

Tatiana Flores and Michelle Stephens

La Ciguapa y el Ciguapeo: Myth and Dominican Feminist Method for Hispanic Caribbean Studies

Ginetta E. B. Candelario

45 Years of Caliban

Caliban: Roberto Fernández Retamar’s American Intelligence

Peter Hulme

Revisiting Roberto Fernández Retamar’s Calibán

William Luis

Four Poems for Retamar

Kamau Braithwaite

Calibán, y Roberto, Sobre un Caballo de la Víbora

Nancy Morejón

Visualities

Memory Like Fire is Radiant and Immutable

Firelei Báez

Translating the Caribbean

Translation and Transculturation in the New York-Hispanic Caribbean Borderlands

Laura Lomas 

Book Discussion: Maja Horn, Masculinity after Trujillo: The Politics of Gender in Dominican Literature

Multiplying Archives

Carlos Ulises Decena

Dominican Race and Gender before Trujillo and beyond Caribbean Studies

Dixa Ramírez

Before and Beyond Masculinities After Trujillo: A Critical Return

Maja Horn