Arqueología transmedia en América Latina: mestizajes, identidades y convergencias

Translated title of the contribution: Transmedia Archaeology in Latin America: Miscegenation, Identities and Convergences

Camilo Tamayo Gomez (Editor), Matthew Freeman (Editor), Esteban Morales Velásquez (Editor)

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Abstract

​Pretende iniciar el análisis de la producción narrativa de ficción y no-ficción en nuestro continente sudamericano bajo la premisa de que la narrativa transmedia ha existido siempre, sin desconocer que los medios con los cuales se cuentan las historias (de ficción como de no-ficción) están condicionados históricamente.

It aims to initiate the analysis of fiction and non-fiction narrative production in our South American continent under the premise that transmedia narrative has always existed, without ignoring that the media with which stories are told (fiction as well as non-fiction) fiction) are historically conditioned.
Translated title of the contributionTransmedia Archaeology in Latin America: Miscegenation, Identities and Convergences
Original languageSpanish
Place of PublicationMedellin
PublisherUniversidad EAFIT
Number of pages183
ISBN (Print)9789587205334
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2018
Externally publishedYes

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