La chanson de protestation de Rubén Blades : mode d’expression d’une pensée diasporique transcontinentale latino-américaine

Abstract : This study intends to show the evolution of the word Diaspora, the initial postulate being Denise Helly’s reflections on the classic Diasporae by comparing them with Diasporae inherited from the colonial system in Latin America. It is about studying how in the South, in this particular case Latin America, in reconstituted postcolonial societies, the term « Diaspora » can acquire another sense in connection with the notions of social status and marginality. With Rubén Blades’s protest songs, it is a question of understanding how the reconstituted diasporique transcontinental Latin American thought expresses itself and how the marginalized populations, in particular the natives, regain little by little their rightful place in the social system.
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Gérald Désert. La chanson de protestation de Rubén Blades : mode d’expression d’une pensée diasporique transcontinentale latino-américaine. Archipélies, Université des Antilles CRILLASH, 2018, Discriminations multiples et croisées, ⟨https://www.archipelies.org/408⟩. ⟨hal-02045221⟩

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