Eduardo Galeano

Articulating his profound and compelling worldview, Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano imbues this program with a poetic sensibility and an unconstrained intellectual curiosity. Ruminations on prehistoric gender roles, global warming, and the twilight of socialism underscore Galeano's notion of disabl... Full description

Corporate Author: Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
Other Authors: Films Media Group., Nuevo Mundo Visión.
Language: Spanish
Published: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, [2007], c2007.
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Online Access: Part of the Films on Demand collection.
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505 0 |a Galeano's Affinity for Words (0:26) -- Galeano's World View: Protagonists (1:24) -- Galeano's World View: Insanity (2:09) -- Galeano on Nature (3:14) -- Galeano on the Value of Rest: The Siesta (2:02) -- Galeano on Religion: Gods (2:32) -- Galeano on Poverty: The Poor (2:46) -- Galeano Discusses China (1:58) -- Galeano on the Historical Memory of Women (4:29) -- Galeano on Words and Uruguay's Military Dictatorship (3:55) 
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520 |a Articulating his profound and compelling worldview, Uruguayan writer Eduardo Galeano imbues this program with a poetic sensibility and an unconstrained intellectual curiosity. Ruminations on prehistoric gender roles, global warming, and the twilight of socialism underscore Galeano's notion of disabled memory-his term for the reshaping of history according to one's fears and prejudices-as well as his thoughts on humanity's chances for survival. The author of Memory of Fire and Open Veins of Latin America also contemplates the effects of Uruguay's past military dictatorship, which imprisoned him and subsequently forced him into 11 years of exile. 
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546 |a In Spanish. 
588 |a Title from distributor's description. 
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651 0 |a Uruguay  |x Social life and customs. 
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