Más allá del panóptico: movilidades y modelos visuales alternativos en la literatura de mujeres del Cono Sur

Doctoral Dissertation
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Abstract

En sus trabajos, las escritoras María Luisa Bombal, Alfonsina Storni, Marosa di Giorgio, Silvina y Victoria Ocampo y la fotógrafa Grete Stern emplean diferentes tácticas para recibir, negociar y parodiar la sujeción de las mujeres al panóptico. Esta disertación detalla los modelos desarrollados por ellas para articular diversas subjetividades femeninas como observadoras. Tales modelos también permiten retratar la movilidad de las mujeres por diferentes espacios; a saber: la ciudad, el jardín y la casa.

In their works, writers María Luisa Bombal, Alfonsina Storni, Marosa di Giorgio, Silvina and Victoria Ocampo, and photographer Grete Stern, all use different tactics to receive, negotiate, and parody the subjection of women to the panopticon. This dissertation details the models they develop in order to articulate female subjectivities as observers. Such models also portray the mobility of women through spaces; namely: the city, the garden and the house.

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Attribute NameValues
Alternate Title
  • Beyond the Panopticon: Alternative Mobilities and Visual Models in Women’s Literature of the Southern Cone

Author Marisol Fonseca Malavasi
Contributor María Rosa Olivera-Williams, Research Director
Contributor Vanesa Miseres , Committee Member
Contributor Alison Rice , Committee Member
Degree Level Doctoral Dissertation
Degree Discipline Literature
Degree Name Doctor of Philosophy
Banner Code
  • PHD-LIT

Defense Date
  • 2019-07-12

Submission Date 2019-07-08
Subject
  • Latin American Literature

  • Alfonsina Storni

  • Women’s Writing

  • Feminism

  • Victoria Ocampo

  • Urban Studies

  • Modernity

  • Marosa di Giorgio

  • Silvina Ocampo

  • Gender and Space

  • Women’s Literature

  • Southern Cone Literature

  • María Luisa Bombal

  • Grete Stern

Language
  • Spanish

Record Visibility and Access Public
Content License
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