Representando a América Latina por meio da arte pré-colombiana: a semântica estrutural e histórica da alterização

João Feres Júnior

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A América Latina é freqüentemente representada por imagens de artefatos e obras de arte pré-colombianos em capas de livros e em outros materiais produzidos pelos Latin American studies. Este artigo tenta mostrar que há uma forte ligação entre esse tipo de representação e a semântica do conceito de América Latina em inglês, tanto na linguagem comum quanto no discurso das ciências sociais. Argumento que a representação pré-colombiana reproduz os três principais componentes semânticos do conceito de América Latina, racial, cultural e temporal, de maneira poderosa e sintética. Por fim, os resultados da presente análise são avaliados à luz de algumas contribuições à teoria pós-colonial, estudos de cultura visual e teoria de imagens.


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