Norland Téllez, PhD

Grammatological Opening

A consequent grammatological opening of the Popol-Wuh has already been deployed by Gordon Brotherston in his remarkable Book of the Fourth World: Reading the Native Americas Through Their Literature

Grammatological Opening

A consequent grammatological opening of the Popol-Wuh has already been deployed by Gordon Brotherston in his remarkable Book of the Fourth World: Reading the Native Americas Through Their Literature
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Writing in Space

Let us place emphasis for a moment on this silent hyphen of mytho-history, this inaudible little dash which at the same time unites and separates the mythical dimensions from the historic substance of creative-being itself. This little dash that dialectically separates and unites myth and history in the mytho-historic dynamics of creative-being belongs to that...
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Norland Téllez is an artist and teacher with over two decades of experience in the entertainment industry. As a scholar of myth and history, he remains committed to critical thinking through the power of the mythic image.

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Grammatological Opening

By Norland Téllez, PhD / September 28, 2018

A consequent grammatological opening of the Popol-Wuh has already been deployed by Gordon Brotherston in his remarkable Book of the Fourth World: Reading the Native Americas Through Their Literature

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Writing in Space

By Norland Téllez, PhD / March 26, 2018

Let us place emphasis for a moment on this silent hyphen of mytho-history, this inaudible little dash which at the same time unites and separates the mythical dimensions from the historic substance of creative-being itself. This little dash that dialectically separates and unites myth and history in the mytho-historic dynamics of creative-being belongs to that…

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