Ficción, idea y realidad del exilio antifascista en MéxicoMatei Chihaia (ed.) & Guillermo Ferrer Ortega (ed.)
En el balcón vacío y el tiempo-memoria en el cine de la segunda generación del exilio españolAndrea Luquin Calvo
pp. 99-110 This paper proposes the study of the film On the Empty Balcony (En el balcón vacío, García Ascot, 1961), based on the work of María Luisa Elío Bernal (screenwriter & leading role), regarding the meaning of the exile for the second generation of the Spanish exile in Mexico. The film shows, on the one hand, the tensions between the memory of this generation and the family and republican remembrance, and on the other...
Apuntes para el estudio de una generación progresista en América Latina, 1934-1954: el caso de los asilos diplomáticos y los exilios políticosJosé Francisco Mejía Flores
pp. 79-98 Between 1934 and 1954 a group of Latin American presidents governed under a series of reformist precepts that are associated with a kind of nationalism and sovereignty with respect to dependence on the United States. These governments did not achieve American government approval within the framework of the Cold War in Latin America, in a time span that spanned from 1945 to 1954. Their defeat caused the asylum and exile of these former...
Cuba y México en la encrucijada: España y el exilio republicano (1936-1939)Laura Beatriz Moreno Rodríguez
pp. 63-78 This article analyzes how the Spanish conflict had an impact on Cuban Mexican relations in a politically turbulent period for the Caribbean country, due to the struggle for power led by some of the forces that participated in the 1933 Revolution and the chief of the Cuban armed forces, Fulgencio Batista. This conflict manifested itself in the exile of many Cuban dissidents to Mexico.
Prólogo: El exilio español en México, entre memoria e historiaMatei Chihaia & Guillermo Ferrer Ortega
Necroescrituras y la búsqueda del lenguaje feminista preciso: El invencible verano de Liliana de Cristina Rivera GarzaHerwig Weber
pp. 124-144 With Liliana’s Invincible Summer (2021), Cristina Rivera Garza wrote, again, a piece that erases the barrier between the novel and the documentary genre while describing the situation of women in Mexico through the specific case of her sister Liliana. This article analyzes the notion of "the real" in the novel, the relationship between the literary text and reality, between aesthetics and ethics. At the center of the analysis lies the question of the...
El horror del duelo infantil en Veneno para las Hadas, de Carlos Enrique TaboadaEmily Celeste Vázquez Enríquez
pp. 1-15 Through the character of nana Carmen, Veneno para las hadas evokes the wet nurses of the colonial and nineteenth-century eras in Mexico. Although wet nurses were central figures in Mexican social reproduction, their existence was problematized based on racial, class, and gender prejudices. This revolved around the belief that they could physically and mentally contaminate childhood. In the film, Carmen becomes the materialization of these fears through her fascination with witches, figures she...
La restauración de las instituciones republicanas españolas en México: las sesiones de Cortes de 1945Julián Chaves Palacios
pp. 13-40 The exile of 1939 in Spain currently has an extensive and varied bibliography, however, some contents are still pending a historiographical treatment in accordance with the demands of historical science. This is the case of the first Government of the Republic in exile that lasted from mid-1945 to the beginning of 1947. A crucial historical period after the end of the Second World War with the victory of the allies, which forced the...
Bilateralismos y multilateralismos del exilio republicanoMatei Chihaia
pp. 130-143 This article analyzes two relational phenomena that occur in the political and literary-artistic practice of the Spanish exile: on the one hand, the forms of bilateral solidarity, which leave shapes the life and work of many exiles, and, on the other hand, the aspirations to form multilateral communities, in the context of the League of Nations and the United Nations or as alternatives to these. Both forms of relating to each other are...
José Gaos. Experiencia del transtierro e idea de mundoGuillermo Ferrer Ortega
pp. 111-120 José Gaos has described his experience of exile as a «transtierro». He thus contrasts the idea of exile and uprooting with that of a transfer to a second homeland or homeland of destiny. The article attempts to clarify the place of the concept of transterritory in Gaos’s conception of the history of world ideas. By situating the notion of exile in the context of Gaos’ work, it will be seen that it was...
\"Aquí nos nacimos otra vez\". La filosofía y la oculta huella del exilio, entre Eduardo Nicol y José GaosStefano Santasilia
pp. 121-129 The article presents itself as a brief reflection on the discrepancies between José Gaos and Eduardo Nicol regarding the meaning of philosophizing. These are discrepancies that the two authors admit and that come to light on the occasion of a review written by José Gaos himself. The objective of the article is to try to link this conceptual distance with the existential event of exile, trying to show that, between the two positions,...
El Mussolini enervado ante el asilo de españoles republicanos en México (1937-1941)Beatriz Gutiérrez Mueller
pp. 41-62 In the Archivio Storico del Ministero degli Affari Esteri of Italy there are numerous files, unknown in Mexico and Spain, regarding Spanish refugees who were asylum-seekers in Mexico. This article offers the rapporteur founded by the review, from 1937 to 1941; that is, from the first arrival of the so-called «Morelia’s children» until Mexico’s war declaration to Italy. A key informant was the ambassador of Italy in Mexico, Alberto Marchetti di Muriaglio, who...
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