By Nicola Miller, Stephen Hart
Modernity has been a key factor for Latin american citizens and Latin Americanists for decades. Did Latin the United States come early or overdue to modernity? was once modernity imposed from open air the quarter, or has it been reinvented from within? Is modernity monolithic or multiple? The literature at the topic is wealthy, but--like Latin American modernity itself is frequently acknowledged to be--it can be fragmented, providing contradictory solutions to a lot of these an important questions. while used to be Latin the United States smooth? is the 1st paintings to carry students from historical past, social technological know-how and cultural experiences jointly in a desirable sequence of debates approximately what it has intended to be sleek in Latin the United States.
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GEOGRAPHIES OF MODERNITY IN LATIN AMERICA 43 9. In the words of Derek Gregory, how the West tells itself “stories of self-production” (2004: 4). 10. For example, Peru has replaced Spain as the Other in Ecuadorian nationalist imaginative geographies. 11. Early Iberian moves toward more systematic forms of knowledge and power had occurred on the periphery of an Islamic modernity, with its flourishing medical and engineering knowledge and a highly sophisticated literary and aesthetic culture in North Africa and the Middle East.
Having explored the spatiality of modernity and geographical practices, we can also argue that the operation of modernity’s power lies precisely in the existence of comparisons between modern and non-modern spaces at a number of scales, from the human scale to the global. Never homogeneous over space, modernity constantly uses the languages of comparison within its complex spatiality. , Harvey 1989), this chapter has argued that it is possible to view this comparative narrative—a view from somewhere—as a cultural, social, and historical product by drawing on recent accounts of multiple reworked spaces of modernity.
Comprises the vital distinction between inside and outside” (Bauman 1991: 24, original emphasis). These goals informed development thinking throughout the twentieth century in LA, where—as in other parts of the world—modernity was a project centered on urban spaces (Martins and Abreu 2001; Popke and Ballard 2004). (b) A discourse—Modernity as a discourse can be viewed as claims about superior, non-“traditional” practices, ideologies, or projects in which (supposedly universal) improvements are not always readily apparent in practice.
When Was Latin America Modern? (Studies of the Americas) by Nicola Miller, Stephen Hart