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A Post-Neoliberal Era in Latin America?

Revisiting cultural paradigms

Edited by Daniel Nehring, Gerardo Gómez Michel and Magdalena López

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Available Open Access under CC-BY-NC licence. Ongoing conflicts between neoliberal and post-neoliberal politics have resulted in growing social instability in Latin America. This book explores the cultural dynamics of neoliberalism and anti-neoliberal resistance in Latin America as a complex set of interrelated cultural forms, examining the ways in which neoliberalism has transformed public discourses of self and social relationships, popular cultures and modes of everyday experience.

Contributors from an international range of different disciplinary perspectives look at how Latin Americans construct subjectivities, build communities and make meaning in their everyday lives in order to analyse the discourses and cultural practices through which a societal consensus for the pursuit of neoliberal politics may be established, defended and contested.

"A fascinating and wide-ranging exploration of neoliberal and post-neoliberal politics in Latin America. The collection offers a refreshing perspective on the ongoing crisis of neoliberalism in the region - and the many ways that it is being challenged." Ben Garner, University of Portsmouth

Daniel Nehring is Associate Professor of Sociology at East China University of Science and Technology in Shanghai. He has published widely on the cultural dynamics of neoliberal capitalism

Gerardo Gómez Michel is an assistant professor at the institute of Iberoamerican Studies at the Busan University of Foreign Studies, Korea.

Magdalena López is a research fellow at the Centre for Comparative Studies at the University of Lisbon, Portugal.

Introduction: Everyday Life in (Post)Neoliberal Latin America ~ Magdalena López, Daniel Nehring and Gerardo Gómez Michel

Imaginaries, sociability and cultural patterns in the post-neoliberal era: A glance at the Argentinean, Paraguayan, and Venezuelan experiences ~ Miguel Ángel Contreras Natera

Making neoliberal selves: Popular psychology in contemporary Mexico ~ Daniel Nehring

From Uribe’s “Democratic Security” to Santo’s Peace Accords with the FARC: Hate, Fear, Hope and other Emotions in Contemporary Colombian Politics ~ Fabio López de la Roche

Cine bajo tierra: Ecuador’s booming underground cinema in the aftermath of the neoliberal era ~ Rafael Ponce-Cordero

Neoliberalising Humanity: Culture and popular participation in the case of the Street Market of Caruaru - Brazil ~ Adilson Silva Ferraz

The contribution of the Catholic magazine Espacio Laical and the constitution of the Cuban public sphere ~ Alexei Padilla Herrera and Armando Chaguaceda Noriega

Argentina: the philosophical resistance to the conquest of the soul ~ Enrique Del Percio

Fleeing (post)Chávez memories: the 1990s and the Black Friday Generation ~ Magdalena López

Re-imagined community: the Mapuche nation in neoliberal Chile ~ Gerardo Gómez Michel

Neoliberalism and the Negotiation of the American Dream in Contemporary Latina Narratives ~ Jenifer Skolnick and Emmanuel Alvarado

Bare Life in Contemporary Mexico: Everyday Violence and Folk Saints ~Jungwon Park