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Américo Paredes, George Washington Gómez Lec III. Ramon Saldivar Stanford University. Identity, Naming, and the Symbolic Cultural Order of Subjectification, or What’s in a name?. “And what shall we name him?” GWG I, 2, p. 15 “A great man who will help his people” GWG I, 2, p. 16.

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Américo Paredes,George Washington Gómez Lec III

Ramon Saldivar

Stanford University


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Identity, Naming, and the Symbolic Cultural Order of Subjectification, or What’s in a name?

  • “And what shall we name him?” GWG I, 2, p. 15

  • “A great man who will help his people” GWG I, 2, p. 16

Paredes, GWG


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Louis Althusser: Subjectification, or What’s in a name?Interpellation

  • Process whereby an “individual” is

    • “appointed as a subject in and by the specific familial [political] ideological configuration in which it is ‘expected’ once it has been conceived”

      • “Ideological State Apparatuses” (1971)

Paredes, GWG


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Mikhail Bakhtin Subjectification, or What’s in a name?-- “Speech Genres and Other Essays”

  • Speech Genres:

    • Forms of utterances

    • Permissible locutions

    • Normative restraints on intentions

    • Boundaries of what one can say and not say

Paredes, GWG


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Identity and the Instability of the Name Subjectification, or What’s in a name?

  • GWG II, 4, pp. 50-51 “Why am I, I”

  • GWG III, 1, p. 110 “Indian name”

  • GWG III, 7, p. 137 “hate his name”

  • GWG III, 9, pp. 147-8 “Anglo-american self”

  • GWG III, 9, p. 147 Modernist checkerboard of consciousness

Paredes, GWG


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Pablo Picasso, Subjectification, or What’s in a name?Man with a Clarinet. 1911 - 1912

Paredes, GWG


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The Subjectification, or What’s in a name?transcultural Borderlands Subject

  • GWG III, 9, p. 148 “gently prodded toward complete Americanization”

  • GWG III, 9, p. 150 “name of contradiction”

Paredes, GWG


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Schools and the Process of Americanization Subjectification, or What’s in a name?

  • Ideological State Apparatus

    • American Ideological system

    • Mexican folkloric cultural system

Paredes, GWG


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The Function of Folklore Subjectification, or What’s in a name? -- Antonio Gramsci

  • Language itself

  • Common sense

  • Popular belief

  • The entire system of daily life

Paredes, GWG


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Identity and the Economic, Social, and Cultural Forces Subjectification, or What’s in a name?

  • GWG II, 1, p. 36

  • GWG IV, 3, pp. 195-6

  • Pre-capitalist subsistence agrarian life replaced by

  • Modern large-scale market-oriented agri-business

  • The last scene of Manifest Destiny

Paredes, GWG


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George G. Gómez and the Political Unconscious Subjectification, or What’s in a name?

  • Pre-WW II “border security” GWG V, 5, p. 299

  • Guálinto’s recurring dream GWG V, 1, pp. 281-2:

    • “childish daydreams” and “silly imaginings”

  • Fantasy, the Unconscious, and History

Paredes, GWG


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The Limits of Male-gendered Narratives Subjectification, or What’s in a name?

  • Corrido as male-gendered speech genre

  • Joins patriarchal authority and defeat

  • Failed utopian vision of novel’s end

  • Points to new models of Identity formation

Paredes, GWG


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Next Time Subjectification, or What’s in a name?

  • Lecture I, Willa Cather, The Professor’s House (1925)

  • Narrative Strategy and American Identity Formation

Paredes, GWG