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Test writing processes through digital tools for collaborative work
Fil: Premuz, Adriana. University of San Andrés. School of Education; Argentina.
CONTRA LOT “CUADRILLEROS DE LA INICUA LIBERTAD”. La Función RETÓRICA DE LOS “DESÓRDENES SOLDADESCOS” EN LOS discursos DE denuncia DE LA REAL AUDIENCIA (SANTIAGO DE CHILE, SIGLO XVII)
Este ensayo analiza las representaciones de la violencia soldadesca en el distrito de Santiago de Chile en los discursos de denuncia dirigidos al rey por parte de las instituciones de gobierno local (Real Audiencia y Cabildo) y también de vecinos particulares durante el siglo XVII. Se argumenta que...
EX LIBRISEVOCACIÓN PLÁSTICA DE LA OBRA LITERARIA "LAS CIUDADES INVISIBLES" DE ITALO CALVINO
Mínguez Pérez, E. (2020). EX LIBRISEVOCACIÓN PLÁSTICA DE LA OBRA LITERARIA "LAS CIUDADES INVISIBLES" DE ITALO CALVINO. http://hdl.handle.net/10251/149885
Towards an accessible practice: the Latin American Chronic during the foreguards
During the 1920s in Latin America, at a time when early movements and new technologies (radio, cinema) were gradually changing the design of everyday life, the chronic change of literary and social function. Unlike modernists (Martí, Gutiérrez Nájera, Darío), the chronists of this time (such as Robe...
Operatic Forays into Translation Studies: Translation, Adaptation and Rossini’s Otello
This article examines the ties between translation studies and opera studies through the lens of Rossini’s opera, Otello. The first part of the paper demonstrates how critics have the tendency to measure the opera’s success based on its correspondence to Shakespeare’s play. Notably, the rhetoric tha...
The Antiguo Fund of the University Library of La Laguna (BULL): Latin human works of the 16th century: Sacred rhetoric and oratoria
Saint Vicente Ferrer (1350-1419) and the philosophi-rhetoric efficacy of the sawmill: Art and philosophy
The aim of this work is to analyse some aspects of philosophical discourse and the elements of medieval rhetoric contained in Saint Vincent Ferrer’s evenings (1350-1419), especially his reflections on a topic that is commonly and universally present in the Christian Middle Ages: that of moral virtue...
History and national memory in legal speech — ADPF trial 186
Summary: This article seeks to briefly discuss the arguments of the debate on the system of black quotas in university education, which was the subject of intense debate over the last decade and the decision of the Supreme Court of Brasileña in the action for failure to fulfil obligations by the Fun...
The point on the PowerPoint: deflection and confusion
Indispensible in the presentation of oral communications, the PowerPoint, is paradoxically poorly handled and misused, which has led to aggressive criticism. A critical review of its origins, its assertions, the basis of the criticisms made against it and its actual use makes it clear to what extent...
The Power of Words: Marcus Antonius' Funeral Oration in Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
This paper analyses Marcus Antonius's funeral oration in Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar as an example of the power of words in classical rhetoric. The sociocultural and political situation of Caesar's time is revised in order to contextualise Shakespeare's tragedy. By comparing Brutus and Mark Ant...
Indifference readings: a study based on the 16th and 17th centuries’ fasteners
This study includes the concept of indifference, an issue analysed from the Litterae Indipetae, letters in which the 16th and 17th centuries of Switzerland asked the Jesus Company to serve on missions. The document shows the particularity of each report, mainly because of the reasons for the desire...
No era un desierto: la Secretaría de Educación Pública y la educación rural en el Estado de Veracruz, periodo posrevolucionario
The most out of modernity. The uses of modernity as temporary rhetoric
In this trial we propose that we need to rethink the models we currently use to think about modernity, post-modernity and tradition. We want to argue that the family of post-modernity, post-modernisation and post-modernisation concepts makes sense as equivalent to other families where the axis can b...
Alberto Fernández’s rhetoric against “hate speech” and outrage
This work explores the concepts addressed by President Alberto Fernández at the time of referring to the “hate speech” and the narratives of hartazgo forged by a section of the political opposition since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, there is a brief analysis of the discourse...
A politico-literary voice for the lawyer at the gates of the Modern Age
At the end of the Middle Ages, there are examples of minor literary texts, with administrative, political or protocolary purposes and content, which are part of the new bureaucracy consolidated in the Iberian Peninsula during the reindeer of Isabel I of Castile-La Mancha and her husband Fernando II...
The human rights of African migrants in Mexico: reality or rhetoric?
from 2016 to 2019, the presence of a new extra-continental wave is striking: the arrival of African migrants from Ghana, Nigeria, Cameroon and Congo to Mexico. The main causes include civil wars, health issues, poverty, climate change and famine. All of this has forced a large part of the population...
Racialised imaginaries: forms on Cuban types of the Spanish Víctor Patricio de Landaluze during the second half of the 19th century
Target: the graphic description of Víctor Patricio de Landaluze in Cuba during the second half of the 19th century makes it possible to recognise the articulation of factors leading to the gestation of a durable imaginary, from his perspective as a foreign national. The aim of this study is to demon...
Editorial design, cultural and collective imaginary: covers of Chinese contemporary literature books in Spain
The present work aims to analyse the design of covers of Chinese contemporary literature books published in Spain. Starting from the fact that the cover of books is a visual discourse for its persuasive purpose, our research embraces the cultural rhetoric as a theoretical framework highlighting the...
The populist rhetoric as a threat to human rights in Europe: stance of the Supranational Institutions
The populist rhetoric taken place in Europe not long ago has only accentuated the social divisions and segregation of certain minority groups who saw their rights violated in favour of a new concept of security. The main victims of this situation are foreigners and ethnic minorities, groups perceive...
“So that it debajo de so many verdad VEA lo than for ficiones admira”: historicity and maravilla in the epic poems in Castillan and Portuguese (1566-1588)
Perhaps the most striking aspect in the earliest stages of Castilian and Portuguese literary production in the 16th century, as observed throughout the history of literary critical and historical writing, is that the poems appear to merit their description as «versified chronicles» and are barely di...
Department of Falkland, Antarctic and Sud Atlantic Islands: presentation 2014
In the period between the presentation by our Department of the Yearbook in International Relations 2013 and this new edition, there have been no significant developments that have altered the existing situation in the South Atlantic for several years. Argentina has maintained the rhetoric of sovere...
Aspasia de Mileto
To study the role of women in Ancient Greek intellectual landscape means facing the absence of textual evidence of their work, which forces to employ the testimonies of their lives embedded, almost always, in others thinkers’ doxography. This is the case of Aspasia of Miletus, who was part of Pericl...
The Apocalipsis game. A trip to Patmos from Jorge Volpi. A reading from rhetoric
In this novel by Jorge Volpi, we discovered the great ability of the narrator to use different stylistic resources, including the presence of an omnicient story, the mirror game and the constant rhetoric. The intertextual elements are also important, DESTA — especially the island of Patmos as the ba...
Rhetoric of anachronism at Buster Keaton’s three ages
The spectrum of sanctuary cities in the United States: Contrasts in the origins and practices of local pro-immigrant policies
The so-called sanctuary cities are currently the main source of opposition to federal anti-immigrant policies in the United States. The central argument of this cross-case study is that the sanctuary category brings together a set of informal laws, policies and practices of different nature, with di...