HYDRED AMERICAS CONTACTS, CONTRASTS, AND CONFLUENCES IN NEW WORLD LITERATURES AND CULTURES
edited by Josef Raab and Martin Butler
Twenty-two essays examine past and present cultural interrelations and interdependences in the Americas, highlighting regional, national, and transnational contacts in the New World; raising awareness of the contrasts that separate American cultures; and examining the confluences of New World issues, traditions, and practices. this collection increases our theoretical understanding of cultural hybridity and demonstrates that is is by no means a recent phenomenon in the Americas.
404 pp paper $30.00 ISBN 978-1-031010-57-3
Bilingual Review Press