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Delaware Review of Latin American Studies
Arriarán’s book is comprised of speeches, talks, fragments of journal articles, scholarly presentations and one short story written by Chilean politicians and academics for audiences in the United States. The main objective of this book is to introduce Chile to the broader U.S. public. The objective, however, is not to present Chile’s geography or landscapes or culture, but to establish Chile as a country that thinks globally and that participates interdependently in the world. The Chile that is presented here by the different ‘voices’ is the country of global policies and politics--a country that is in constant conversation with its own traumatic past, and seeks to contribute meaningfully to the concert of nations.
Doña-Reveco, Cristián, "Visions from finis terræ: Chilean voices in the United States. Pablo Arriarán, ed" (2009). Latino/Latin American Studies Faculty Publications. 10.