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Title Ethics of life : contemporary Iberian debates / Katarzyna Beilin and William Viestenz, editors.
Imprint Nashville, Tennessee : Vanderbilt University Press, 2015.

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Edition First edition.
Description 1 online resource
Series Hispanic issues ; volume 42
Hispanic issues (Vanderbilt University) ; v. 42.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Subject Environmental ethics -- Iberian Peninsula.
Bioethics -- Iberian Peninsula.
Environmental degradation -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Iberian Peninsula.
Climatic changes -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Iberian Peninsula.
Biotechnology -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Iberian Peninsula.
Human-animal relationships -- Moral and ethical aspects -- Iberian Peninsula.
Social movements -- Iberian Peninsula.
Arts and society -- Iberian Peninsula.
Iberian Peninsula -- Intellectual life.
Iberian Peninsula -- Environmental conditions.
Europe -- Iberian Peninsula.
Contents Part I. Genealogies of Ecological and Animal Rights Movements in Modern and Contemporary Iberia -- The Environment in Literature and the Arts in Spain / Carmen Flys-Junquera and Tonia Raquejo Grado -- Nunca Mais : Ecological Collectivism and the Prestige Disaster / John Trevathan -- Part II. Ecological Crisis and the Neoliberal Appropriation of Public Space -- Tourism and "Quality of Life" at the End of Franco's Dictatorship / Eugenia Afinoguenova -- Die and Laugh in the Anthropocene : Disquieting Realism and Dark Humor in Biutiful and Nocilla experience / Katarzyna Beilin -- Cultivating the Square : Trash, Recycling, and the Cultural Ecology of Post-Crisis Madrid / Matthew Feinberg and Susan Larson -- Degrowth and Ecological Economics in Twenty-first-Century Spain : Toward a Posthumanist Economy / Luis Pradanos -- Part III. Iberian Bio-Power : Life as a Political Matter -- Reproductive Rights in Spain : From "Abortion Tourism" to "Reproductive Destination" / Pablo de Lora -- Mar adentro and the Question of Freedom / Paul Begin -- Still Different? : Biotechnology, Politics, and Culture in Spain / Sainath Suryanarayanan and Katarzyna Beilin -- Part IV. Reassembling the Archive through the Concept of Life -- Iberian Cultural Studies beyond the Human : Exploring the Life History of Marcos Rodriguez Pantoja in Spanish Anthropology and Popular Film / Daniel Ares -- The Bull Also Rises : The Political Redemption of the Beast in La pell de brau by Salvador Espriu / William Viestenz -- Animals in Contemporary Spanish Newspapers / John Beusterien -- Accounting for Violence, Counting the Dead : The Civil War and Spain's Political Present / Sebastiaan Faber -- Afterword: Spain : Taking the Alternative? / Martin Lopez-Vega and Luis Martin-Estudillo.
Summary "Essays in this volume focus on notions of the ethics of life that emerge out of environmental, biopolitical, bioethical, and historical debates currently taking place on the Iberian Peninsula"--Provided by publisher
"The contributors ask the following questions: - What are the different rhetorical strategies employed by writers, artists, filmmakers, and activists to react to the degradation of life and climate change? - How are urban movements using environmental issues to resist corporate privatization of the commons? - What is the shape of Spanish debates on reproductive rights and biotechnology? - What is the symbolic significance of the bullfighting debate and other human/animal issues in today's political turmoil in Spain?"-- Provided by publisher
Other Author Beilin, Katarzyna Olga, 1966-
Viestenz, William.
Other Title Print version: Ethics of life. First edition. Nashville, Tennessee : Vanderbilt University Press, 2015 9780826520913