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New World Border Prophecies, Poems, and Loqueras for the End of the Century

ISBN-10: 0872863131
ISBN-13: 9780872863132
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Description: Poetry. Latin American Studies. THE NEW WORLD BORDER is a new collection of essays, poems, and performance text through which Gomez-Pena muses on matters of race, nationality, language, and identity. The book is a carnivalesque inversion of ethnic  More...

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Book details

List price: $16.95
Publisher: City Lights Books
Publication date: 1/1/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 244
Size: 6.50" wide x 8.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.880

Poetry. Latin American Studies. THE NEW WORLD BORDER is a new collection of essays, poems, and performance text through which Gomez-Pena muses on matters of race, nationality, language, and identity. The book is a carnivalesque inversion of ethnic and geo-political ideology, a disorienting free-fall into the space between cultures, and a head-on collision with real and imagined borders. Gomez-Pena won international acclaim for his efforts to create a hybrid culture and articulate a borderless ethos, and has been called an intercultural interpreter, reverse anthropologist, experimental linguist, and political artist of the first order. The Village Voice proclaims "In everything he does, he remains an indomitably playful phrasemaker; a fertile rethinker of contradictions, clichA[aAs, and conundrums; and an inspiring recruiter for a playground army of cultural pluralists."

Introduction
Freefalling Toward a Borderless Future
The Free Trade Art Agreement
The New World Border
I Just Don't Know What to Think of Your Country
Real-Life Border Thriller
I Could Only Fight Back in My Poetry
The Psycho in the Lobby of the Theater
The '90s Culture of Xenophobia
News from Aztlan Liberado
Chicanost: Radio Nuevo Orden
Colonial Dreams/Post-Colonial Nightmares
Naftaztec: Pirate Cyber-TV for A.D. 2000
Borderama
A Seminar on Museum Race Relations
On U.S./Mexico Relations
15 Ways of Relating Across the Border
Terreno Peligroso/Danger Zone
Des-Encuentro De 3 Mun-2
The Artist as Criminal
Dedicatorias
Besame Mucho
El Rey Del Cruce
The Last Migration
Where Were You During All Those Years?
Glossary of Borderismos
Appendix: End-of-the-Century Topography Review

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