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VOCES DE HISPANOAMÉRICA, the market-leading anthology, includes authors from the colonial period to the present and incorporates some of the most influential writers in Latin America.
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Raquel Chang-Rodriguez is Distinguished Professor of Spanish American literature and culture at the Graduate Center and the City College (CCNY) of the City University of New York (CUNY) where she has served as Chair of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures (1995-00). Among other books, she has authored Hidden Messages. Representation and Resistance in Andean Colonial Drama (Bucknell University Press, 1999), studying plays written in Spanish and Quechua. She is the editor of La cultura letrada en la Nueva Espana del siglo XVII (Siglo XXI-UNAM, 2002), the second volume of a new history of Mexican literature, where she also contributed the chapter on lyric poetry. Professor Chang-Rodriguez has contributed articles and book chapters to publications from Europe and the Americas and is the founder of Colonial Latin American Review, a journal devoted to studying the Colonial period from an interdisciplinary perspective. A frequent keynote speaker at conferences and symposia, Raquel Chang-Rodriguez is the co-anchor of Charlando con Cervantes, a program of interviews with prominent personalities of Hispanic culture sponsored by CUNY-TV and the Instituto Cervantes.Review:
"Voces is a textbook that because of its depth of knowledge and subtlety exceeds the boundaries of its genre."
"Voces incorporates the most representative major authors and historical movements of Spanish American literature, serving as an excellent introduction for students to this vibrant and challenging field of letters."
"The text provides an excellent overview of movements and styles found in Spanish American literature from its origins."
"The organization is great as are most of the selections, which can be used for either intro to lit or intro to culture."
"I believe that Voces is the best on the market."
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