Transmedia archaeology in Latin America: miscegenation, identities and convergences

Gómez, C.T, Freeman, M and Velásquez, E.M, eds. (2018) Transmedia archaeology in Latin America: miscegenation, identities and convergences. EAFIT University Press, Medellín, Colombia. ISBN 9789587205534

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Transmedia Archeology in Latin America: Miscegenation, Identities and Convergences examines the role of transmediality on historical fiction and nonfiction narratives in South American countries, spanning Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, and Mexico. The book explores the particular characteristics of the stories told in various media and their evolution over time, exploring in particular how these narratives have helped in the configuration and construction of identity in Latin America. More broadly, its analysis of various cases of fiction and nonfiction production from a transmedia archaeological perspective account for the specific ways in which multiple transmedia narratives have been produced since the second half of the 20th century in Latin America.

Item Type: Book
Divisions: College of Liberal Arts
Date Deposited: 29 Mar 2019 13:30
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