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by Marta E. Savigliano


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by Marta E. Savigliano (Author). She is an anthropologist and political theorist, and Professor in the UCLA Department of World Arts & Culture.

Angora Matta Fatal Acts of North-South Translation/Actos Fatales De Traduccion Norte-Sur Author: Marta E. Savigliano. Angora Matta is a bilingual (Spanish/English) and interdisciplinary work that adopts performative writing to reflect on the transnational politics of culture

Angora Matta Fatal Acts of North-South Translation/Actos Fatales De Traduccion Norte-Sur Author: Marta E. Angora Matta is a bilingual (Spanish/English) and interdisciplinary work that adopts performative writing to reflect on the transnational politics of culture. Part I is an introduction co-authored by a tango-opera librettist and a central character in her libretto, offering two contending versions of how this book came into being more libretto for the tango-opera Angora Matta, a critical view of Argentina's contemporary history conceived as a surreal . .

Angora Matta: Fatal Acts of North-South Translation Actos Fatales de Traducción Norte-Sur, by Marta Elena Savigliano, Illustrations by Marta Elena Savigliano, 2003. Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views.

Angora Matta is a bilingual (Spanish/English) and interdisciplinary work that adopts performative writing to reflect .

Angora Matta is a bilingual (Spanish/English) and interdisciplinary work that adopts performative writing to reflect on the transnational politics of culture. Part I is an introduction co-authored by a tango-opera librettist and a central character in her libretto, offering two contending versions of how this book came into being. Part II is the libretto for the tango-opera Angora Matta, a critical view of Argentina's contemporary history conceived as a surreal and tragic thriller.

In: Echo: A Music Centered Journal, Vol. 6, No. 1, pp. np.

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Fatal Acts of North-South Translation; citation author Savigliano, Marta. Tango: The Art History of Love. New York: Pantheon Books. Angora Matta: Fatal Acts of North-South Translation Actos Fatales De Traducción Norte-Sur. The Meaning of Tango: The Story of the Argentinean Dance. DRJ 47/1, APRIL 2015.

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As an interactive, open artwork, Marta Elena Savigliano’s tango-opera Angora Matta resists definition

As an interactive, open artwork, Marta Elena Savigliano’s tango-opera Angora Matta resists definition. Savigliano admits that she herself has written these texts, yet her ventriloquist manner of modulating her voice to speak through her fictional characters gives her academic project a defamiliarizing irony.

Angora Matta is a bilingual (Spanish/English) and interdisciplinary work that adopts performative writing to reflect on the transnational politics of culture. Part I is an introduction co-authored by a tango-opera librettist and a central character in her libretto, offering two contending versions of how this book came into being. Part II is the libretto for the tango-opera Angora Matta, a critical view of Argentina's contemporary history conceived as a surreal and tragic thriller. Part III contains feminist scholarly essays written by three other characters who appear in the libretto: Elvira Diaz is a dance ethnographer disenchanted with her profession; Manuela Malva is a biting foreign-film critic invested in de-mystifying exotic renderings of the Argentine tango world; Angora Matta, the assassin for hire, closes the book with philosophico-poetic preoccupations about her profession. An innovative blend of scholarship and art, Angora Matta is both critique of and antidote to the representational practices of ethnography that have fetishized "other" cultures by isolating them from contemporary history and the global flow of international politics.
Angora Matta: Fatal Acts of North-South Translation/Actos Fatales De Traduccion Norte-Sur ebook
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Marta E. Savigliano
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