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      Políticas y valores de los festivales literarios en el siglo XXI: el FILBA Internacional de Buenos Aires Translated title: Politics and values of literary festivals in the 21st century: Filba International de Buenos Aires

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          Resumen: Los festivales literarios cumplen un papel sustancial en la construcción del valor de la literatura latinoamericana en el siglo XXI, aunque apenas hayan sido estudiados en el campo del hispanismo. Desde el impacto de la globalización y el desarrollo neoliberal en la industria creativa, los festivales de literatura no solo han ido prodigándose a un lado y otro del Atlántico, sino que están llevando a cabo un proceso de mediación y legitimación pública de determinadas figuras, géneros, temáticas y estéticas que tienen un efecto en la conformación del gusto y en la nueva agenda mundial de valores literarios, sociales y económicos. El estudio de caso que presento se basa en un análisis cualitativo y cuantitativo de la programación del festival local Filba Internacional de Buenos Aires, desde 2008 a 2020.

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          Abstract: Literary festivals play a substantial role in the construction of the value of Latin American literature in the 21st century, although they have hardly been adressed in the field of Latin American Studies. Since the impact of globalization and neoliberal development on the creative industry, literary festivals have not only been proliferating on both sides of the Atlantic but are also carrying out a process of gatekeeping and public legitimation of certain figures, genres, themes and aesthetics that have an effect on the shaping of taste and on the new world agenda of literary, social and economic values. The case study presented here is based on a qualitative and quantitative analysis of the programming of the local festival Filba Internacional in Buenos Aires, from 2008 to 2020.

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                Journal
                rchilite
                Revista chilena de literatura
                Rev. chil. lit.
                Universidad de Chile. Facultad de Filosofía y Humanidades. Departamento de Literatura (Santiago, , Chile )
                0718-2295
                May 2022
                : 105
                : 97-124
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                [1] Andalucía orgnameUniversidad de Granada Spain anag@ 123456ugr.es
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                S0718-22952022000100097 S0718-2295(22)00010500097
                bcc7be4d-afce-4920-82b5-388f260f2186

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                : 02 September 2021
                : 14 July 2021
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