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Lori Celaya , University of Tennessee - Knoxville. This characterization resulted from centrist ideologies that were rooted in a homogeneous concept of mexicanness.

Over time, border identity has evolved to one which affirms and defines itself through its diversity. Such a concept has been captured in a view of the Mexican nation that has been increasingly contested from different vantage points which are both convergent and divergent.

This representative body of narrative works is characterized by an appropriation and resignification of its multiple influences and geographical location. Unlike the cultural fluidity that characterizes the writers from the northern border; many intellectuals from Mexico City view the nation as a homogenous whole.

Yet, this tradition is being challenged in light of the growing influence of the border communities. This change in perception is certainly evident in the writers from Mexico City examined in this dissertation who question the premise of a single center.

The present study examines the extent to which these works challenge the established social and literary institutions. In other words, we argue that they deconstruct the notion of center versus periphery, and in the process, they effectively decenter the traditional notion of a homogenous Mexican nation. Clearly, border identities are an ongoing negotiation of their multiple influences.

In that regard, the present study seeks to add to the understanding of those processes of transculturation that place emphasis on border identity as a fluid and multiple manifestation of Mexican culture. Spanish and Portuguese Language and Literature Commons. Advanced Search. Privacy Copyright. Skip to main content. Files over 3MB may be slow to open.

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JavaScript is disabled for your browser. Some features of this site may not work without it. Autor Ibarra, Rene. The four novels chosen for analysis have all problematized the process of writing history; they have discredited history textbooks and have proposed its democratization.

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Lori Celaya , University of Tennessee - Knoxville. This characterization resulted from centrist ideologies that were rooted in a homogeneous concept of mexicanness. Over time, border identity has evolved to one which affirms and defines itself through its diversity. Such a concept has been captured in a view of the Mexican nation that has been increasingly contested from different vantage points which are both convergent and divergent. This representative body of narrative works is characterized by an appropriation and resignification of its multiple influences and geographical location. Unlike the cultural fluidity that characterizes the writers from the northern border; many intellectuals from Mexico City view the nation as a homogenous whole. Yet, this tradition is being challenged in light of the growing influence of the border communities.

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