Kulturconfusão : on German-Brazilian Interculturalities / edited by Anke Finger, Gabi Kathöfer and Christopher Larkosh
- Berlin ; Boston : De Gruyter, 
- Physical Description:
- vi, 331 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
- Additional Creators:
- Finger, Anke K., Kathöfer, Gabi, and Larkosh, Christopher
- Kulturconfusão: on German-Brazilian hybridities and intercultural hermeneutics / Anke Finger, Gabi Kathöfer, and Christopher Larkosh -- Indigenous projections / Ute Ritz-Deutch -- Germans and Indians in Brazil: the transatlantic construction of ethnic identity in the discourse of Indian protection / Fernando Clara -- "Paradise with black angels": Brazil in eighteenth-century Germany / Gabi Kathöfer -- Devouring culture: cannibalism, national identity, and nineteenth-century German emigration to Brazil / Thomas O. Beebee -- Cultural entanglements and ethnographic refractions: Theodor Koch-Grünberg in Brazil -- Everyday cultures and media / Ricarda Musser -- German-Brazilian cultural exchange in the times of the dictatorship: the cultural magazine Intercâmbio / Andrew W. Hurley -- From documentation to dialogue: on bringing Brazilian popular music and jazz to West Germany / Ulrike Schröder -- Conceptual metaphors: a culture-specific construction of meaning using the "life is war" metaphor in Brazilian and German rap lyrics / Wolfgang Fuhrmann -- Transnational film history?: um cinema teuto-brasileiro -- Literary fusions and interstitial spaces / Horst Nitschack -- Tropical subjectivity and the European tradition of Bildung: -- Macunaíma, a hero without a character, by Mário de Andrade / Marlen Eckl -- "Everywhere paradise is lost": the Brazilian national myth in the works of refugees of Nazism / Christopher Larkosh -- Submarine: Germany resurfacing in the contemporary Brazilian novel / Edith Wolfe -- "Exiled from the world": German Expressionism, Brazilian Modernism and the interstitial primitivism of Lasar Segall / Rainer Guldin -- Between São Paulo and Stuttgart: multilingualism, translation, and interculturality in Haroldo de Campos's and Vilém Flusser's work.
- This collection examines cultural interactions between Germany and Brazil from the Early Modern period to the present day. The contributors represent various academic disciplines, including German Studies, Luso-Afro-Brazilian Studies, Cultural Studies, Linguistics, Art History and the social sciences. Their essays cover a wide range of works and media and offer a much-needed rethinking of the intercultural paradigm for the humanities --
- 9783110408096 (alk. paper)
3110408090 (alk. paper)
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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