E Pluribus Unum? National and Transnational Identities in the Americas/Identidades nacionales y transnacionales en las Américas
Copublished by LIT Verlag (Münster, Hamburg, Berlin, Vienna, London) and Bilingual Review Press, the Inter-American Perspectives/Perspectivas interamericanas series explores connections among North, Central, and South American culture, literature, media, language, history, society, and politics. Intercultural issues and their regional, national, and hemispheric contexts are of particular interest. The series seeks to promote transnational approaches to the Americas or any of their parts and to stimulate discussion on perspective.
The essays in E Pluribus Unum? National and Transnational Identities in the Americas/Identidades nacionales y transnacionales en las Américas provide a fresh look at cultural identities in the Americas from a transnational, inter-American perspective. Written in English or in Spanish, they explore a variety of topics related to four main categories: politics of divergence and integration in the Americas; media and media industries in the formation of (trans-)national identities; literary negotiations of identity; and cultural diversity, hybridity, and new identities.