Derrida's Spanish-speaking Connections

Cristina de Peretti Delmiro Rocha

In the initial part of this article, there is an overview of the several trips made by Derrida to Spain, by the best specialists in his thinking (some of them from other Spanish-speaking countries), and the doctoral theses that have been defended in our country. A brief evaluation of monographs and translations in the Spanish language of his books is also made. In the second part, a young specialist in Derrida narrates the reception of the deconstruction in first person with strong emphasis on the particular case of Galicia, carried out from the margins of the institution and from the lusophony.

Derrida; Spain; Galicia; Spanish language; institution


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