Master of Arts (M.A.)
Degree Granting Department
Pablo Brescia, Ph.D.
Adriana Novoa, Ph.D.
Heike Scharm, Ph.D.
Emigration, Exile, Immigration, Transnationalism
The aim of this thesis is focused on demonstrating the strong influence that Galician immigrants exerted on the Argentinian society at the beginning of the 20th century. In this transatlantic literary study, the bonds between the old and the new continent will be established by analysing some of the authors who became affected by immigration and exile conditions: Xosé Neira Vilas, Luis Seoane and Alfonso Rodríguez Castelao. The thesis will also examine the Argentinian literature related to immigration, and how some relevant authors accepted or rejected stereotyping. Both views, the one from exiles and the one from local authors, were blended in order to study the mutual influence that both cultures have had upon each other. There has not been much research regarding literary links between Galician and Argentinian authors, therefore the main purpose of this work is to search for connections among different writers from both sides of the Atlantic. In addition, the thesis analyses the importance of mainstream ideas such as nation, transnationalism and transculturation, and how these concepts have changed throughout history due to common experiences of migration and exile.
Scholar Commons Citation
Suárez Garcia, Fabio, "¡Che gallego!: Relaciones transatlánticas entre Galicia y Argentina en el siglo XX" (2019). USF Tampa Graduate Theses and Dissertations.