Ivonne Lamazares Bibliography Sample

Asylum Speakers

Caribbean Refugees and Testimonial Discourse

April Shemak

Publication Year: 2010

Offering the first interdisciplinary study of refugees in the Caribbean, Central America, and the United States, Asylum Speakers relates current theoretical debates about hospitality and cosmopolitanism to the actual conditions of refugees. In doing so, the author weighs the questions of truth valueassociated with various modes of witnessing to explore the function of testimonial discourse in constructing refugee subjectivity in New World cultural and political formations. By examining literary works by such writers as Edwidge Danticat, Nikl Payen, Kamau Brathwaite, Francisco Goldman, Julia Alvarez, Ivonne Lamazares, and Cecilia Rodr!guez Milans, theoretical work by Jacques Derrida, Edouard Glissant, and Wilson Harris, as well as human rights documents, government documents, photography, and historical studies, Asylum Speakers constructs a complex picture of New World refugees that expands current discussions of diaspora and migration, demonstrating that the peripheral nature of refugee testimonial narratives requires us to reshape the boundaries of U.S. ethnic and postcolonial studies.

Published by: Fordham University Press

Introduction: The Poetics of Hospitality: Refugee, Migrant, Testimony

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pp. 1-44

1. Inter-dictions and Limbo Citizens: Haitian Boat Refugee Narratives

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pp. 45-87

2. False Witnessing: U.S. Coast Guard Photography of Haitian Boat Refugees

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pp. 88-130

3. Silent Subjectivities: Testimony and Haitian Labor Refugees

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pp. 131-176

4. Corporate Containment: Refugee Seafarers on the Seas of Transnational Labor

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pp. 177-212

5. Crossing the Threshold of Asylum: Dominican and Cuban (Post)Refugee Narratives

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pp. 213-240

Epilogue: Diverted Testimonies: New World Refugees in the Twenty-First Century

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pp. 241-249

E-ISBN-13: 9780823248865
Print-ISBN-13: 9780823233557
Print-ISBN-10: 0823233553

Page Count: 320
Publication Year: 2010

OCLC Number: 757509379
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This is a list of the most notable Cuban-American writers.

NameYear of birth/deathPortraitNotes
Alex Abella1950-Mystery/crime novelist, non-fiction writer, and journalist
Agustín Acosta Bello (es)1886-1979
Iván AcostaPlaywright; works include El Super (movie version 1979) and Un cubiche en la luna (1989)[2]
Mercedes de Acosta1893-1968
Armando Alvarez Bravo1938-
Reinaldo Arenas1943-1990
René Ariza1940-1994
Octavio Armand (es)1946-Poet[2]
Joaquín Badajoz1972-Poet, author, essayist (North American Academy of the Spanish Language, fellow member)
Jesús J. Barquet[4]
José Barreiro1948-
Ruth Behar[6]1956-
Juana Borrero1877-1896Poet
Gaspar Betancourt Cisneros (de)1803-1866
Richard Blanco1968-American poet, public speaker, author and civil engineer
Bonifacio Byrne1861-1936Poet
Rafael Campo1964-Physician and author
Yanitzia Canetti1967-
Jose Manuel Carbonell1880-1968"Poet, politician, diplomat, and scholar"
Alejo Carpentier1904-1980
Lourdes Casal1938-1981Poet[2]
Sandra M. CastilloPoet
Adrian Castro 1967-Poet
Daína Chaviano1957-Novelist, poet, and award-winning novelist of Azorín Prize for Best Novel (Spain), among other international awards.
Migdia Chinea-Varela1971-
Rene Cifuentes[4]
Miguel Correa[4]
Nilo Cruz1960-Playwright
Angel Cuadra1931-Poet
Silvia Curbelo1955-
Belkis Cuza Malé1942-
Frederick A. de Armas1945-Literary scholar, critic and novelist
Miguel A. De La Torre1958-
Carmen Agra Deedy
Pura del Prado1931-1996[8]
Carlos Eire1950-Memoirist
Margarita Engle[6]1951-
Amando Fernandez1949-1994"Poet and teacher"
Frank Fernández1934-
Roberto G. Fernández1951-
Eugenio Florit1903-1999
María Irene Fornés1930-
Paula Fox1923-2017
Carlos Franqui1921-2010
Cristina García1958-
Carolina Garcia-Aguilera1949-
Miguel Garcia Ramos[4]
Valentina L. Garza
Jorge Enrique González Pacheco1969-Poet
Ibis Gómez-Vega1952-Novelist
Celedonio GonzálezNovelist; works include Los primos (1971) and Los cuatro embajadores (1973)[2]
Jorge GuitartPoet
Andrea O'Reilly HerreraNovelist, academic [1]
Oscar Hijuelos1951-2013
Carolina Hospital1957- [9]
Enrique Labrador Ruiz1902-1991
Ivonne LamazaresNovelist, academic [2]
Robert LimaPoet, playwright and literary critic; grandson of Cuban patriot Col. Alfredo Lima Tardiff
Melinda LopezPlaywright
Eduardo Machado1953-
José Martí1853-1895
Dionisio D. Martinez1956-
Pablo Medina1960-Poet[2]
Ana Menéndez1970-
Carlos Montenegro (gl)1900-1981
Matías Montes Huidobro (es)1931-Novelist; works include Desterrados al fuego (1975)[2]
Gean Moreno1972-
Martin Morúa Delgado1857-1910[10]
Elías Miguel Muñoz1954- Poet and novelist, author of Crazy Love (1988) and The Greatest Performance (1991), as well as works in Spanish[2]
Victor Nickolich1951-Novelist, biographer, author of The Lynx autobiography.
Anaïs Nin1903-1977
Lino Novás Calvo (es)1903-1983Novelist; works include Maneras de contar (1970)[2]
Ana Rosa Núñez1926-1999Poet, librarian
Achy Obejas1956-
Mirta Ojito[4]
Herberto Padilla1932-2000
Martha Padilla1928-2004[11]Poet
Ricardo Pau-Llosa1954-Poet
Luis de la Paz (es)[4]
Manuel Pereiras García1950-
Hilda Perera1926- [12]
Anthony Perez1969-
Gustavo Pérez Firmat"Poet, memoirist, literary critic"
Carlos Pintado1974-Author, playwright and award-winning poet of Sant Jordi International Prize for Poetry
Juana Rosa Pita1939-
Dolores Prida1943-2013Playwright; English-language works include those collected in Beautiful Señoritas and Other Plays (1991)[2]
Jorge Reyes1972-2015
Beatriz RiveraNovelist
Isel RiveroPoet[2]
Cecilia Rodríguez MilanésPoet, academic [3]
Antonio Sacre1968-
José Sánchez-BoudyPoet[2]
Pedro Santacilia (es)1826-1910
Virgil Suárez1962-Novelist, poet
Diego Vicente Tejera1848-1903[13]
Piri Thomas1928-2011
Miguel Teurbe Tolón1820-1857
Omar TorresNovelist; works include Apenas un bolero (1981), Al partir (1986), and Fallen Angels Sing (1991)[2]
Carmelita Tropicana
Alisa Valdes-Rodriguez1969-
Roberto Valero[4]
Félix Varela1788-1853
Charlie Vázquez1971-
Marisella Veiga1957-
Dan Vera
Carlos Victoria (es)[4]
Cirilo Villaverde1812-1894
Rubén Martínez Villena1899-1934
José Yglesias1919-1995
Juan Clemente Zenea1832-1871

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