Dr. Mishina is an Associate Professor of Latin American literature and the Spanish language at the University of Hawaii. Her research focuses on Gabriel García Márquez and Human Rights.

(See my biography page for more information).


Publications:
Politics, Identity and Colonial Aftermath: García Márquez’s Use of Strategic Design to Break down the Polarization

Game strategy and design matter so this session examines the dual labyrinths that cloak the author's control of reader and protagonist in order to provoke the reader-critic's political metamorphosis.

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Article: Electronic

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A Framework for Expansion: The First Half of Gabriel García Márquez’s Strategic Postcolonial Thought

This is the first half of García Márquez's postcolonial trajectory as presented by two of his novels.

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“Chile, the Golpe, and the Gringos” or, the Power of Econo-Production at the Expense of Human Rights: The Violent Dawn of Neoliberalism

Today,Human Rights are a centerpiece in Latin American politics. García Márquez was a vocal harbinger of these violations even before the taboos and impunity laws silenced protests.

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$US10.00

Published online: August 22, 2014

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“Silenced Memory” and “The Eye That Cries”: The On-going Narrative of “Dos Demonios” in Guatemala and Peru

Economic, social, and cultural rights are not recognized as human rights in Guatemala and Peru although this expansion of human rights has become constitutional language in other Latin American nations.

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Published online: April 18, 2016

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The "Free Trade" Agreements and Commissions that Led to the "Rigged" Economic and Political Game in Latin America: The Imposition of Inequality, Neocolonial Control, Porous Sovereignty, and Limited Democracy

Since 1945, the ruling elite classes of Western corporations have set in motion five successive ideological blueprints or commissions to control and safeguard their interests and profits in worldwide trade.

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Published online: November 21, 2016

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Gabriel García Márquez’s Subversive Agenda: Architectures of Deception to Discredit the Non-ending Colonial Status Quo

Book: Print

$US40.00

Published: December 15, 2016

$US15.00