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“Last night I had a lot of fun, until four in the morning, which is quite late for me,” the singer commented yesterday on the radio recalling the party. “And the day before I was at the Prado Museum, which I already knew, but this time they guided me through the visit and explained the history of many paintings by Velázquez, Goya and El Greco. It was wonderful.
Her film projects have not been shelved, although she has become more selective. “I’m not going to make the movie of the musical Chicago, for the moment. There are a lot of problems with the script, financing and other issues, so I’ve put that aside,” she said on the radio. “After doing Evita, which was a project that marked me so much and with which I was so satisfied, I don’t want to lower the bar. That’s why I think long and hard before accepting another film. The project I have now is a film called The next best thing, directed by John Schlessinger and co-starring Rupert Everett, which I will start shooting in February”.
Yesterday I was wearing a black Prada frock coat, my hair a bit battered after the bad night and polyurethane pants, – a smart all-weather fabric – so long I was almost dragging it down, and a short sweater, above my belly button. He didn’t have the head to squeeze it, so he limited himself to say, regarding his musical tastes, that he preferred not to give names: “I like songs that break my heart”, he summarized. Spiritual
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* PhD in Geography, University of Cambridge, UK. Researcher at the Interdisciplinary Department “Space and Population” of the University of Cuenca. Research Group on Population and Sustainable Local Development (PYDLOS), Ecuador. [email protected]
** PhD in Geography, King’s College London, United Kingdom. Teacher and researcher at the Universidad Andina Simón Bolívar Ecuador and member of the Colectivo de Geografía Crítica del Ecuador. [email protected]
This article briefly reviews the debates in which critical geography converges in Latin American and Anglo-Saxon traditions, as well as the main lines of discussion in political ecology; feminist geography; postcolonial and colonial geography; and the geography of mobility and migration, with the aim of contributing to delineate a Latin American critical geography. It also explores why certain lines of research have had greater or lesser acceptance in the region, with emphasis on the importance of opening a transnational dialogue that, based on local critical research, provides feedback, questions, proposes new ways in the production of geographical knowledge from, in and about the region and, in line with critical theory, engages with political and territorial struggles in Latin America.