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A guide for those interested in the literature, history, and culture of Latinos in the United States.
Addresses history, music, gender, class, and media representations in more than sixty selections, including scholarly essays, memoirs, newspaper and magazine articles, poetry, short stories, and interviews.
Scholars in the field present critical analyses of key texts, authors, themes, and contexts, from the early nineteenth century to the present. They engage with the dynamics of migration, linguistic and cultural translation, and the uneven distribution of resources across the Americas that characterize Latina/o literature.
Hispanic New York is an anthology that offers a comprehensive view of a multifaceted heritage. The anthology mixes primary sources with scholarly and journalistic essays on history, demography, racial and ethnic studies, music, art history, literature, linguistics, and religion.
"Utilizing census data and other statistical source materials, this book examines the transformations in the demographic, social, and economic structures of Latino-Americans in the United States between 1980 and 2005"
a beginner's guide to canonical texts in Latin American and Latinx philosophy, providing the non-specialist with necessary historical and philosophical context, and demonstrating their contemporary relevance.
Examines both independent and mainstream media via race and gender in its theoretical and empirical engagement with questions of production, access, policy, representation, and consumption. Contributions consider a range of media formats including television, radio, film, print media, music video and social media, with particular attention to understudied fields such as audience and production studies.
In The Routledge Companion to Latina/o Pop Culture, contributors pay critical attention to all facets of Latina/o popular culture including TV, films, performance art, food, lowrider culture, theatre, photography, dance, pulp fiction, music, comic books, video games, news, web, and digital media, healing rituals, quinceñeras, and much more.
The volume is organized around seven critical domains in Chicana/o Studies: Chicana/o History and Social Movements; Borderlands: Contested (Im)migrations, Culture, and Citizenship; Cultural Production in Global and Local Settings; Indigeneity, Mestizaje, Postnationalism and Transnationalism: Overarching Phenomena of Interdisciplinarity; Chicana/o Identities and Political Expression; Violence, Resistance, and Empowerment; International Perspectives on Chicana/o Studies
A comprehensive and systematic survey of the past, present and future of Latino/a theology The contributors represent the most influential voices in the field and comprise an ecumenical and broadly diverse community of scholars
Compilation of specific ethnic groups and their histories; covers a range of issues flowing from the increasingly multicultural canvas that is America today. Includes an appendix of 2010 U.S. Census Data, and 100 videos (with transcripts) from Getty Images and Video Vault, the Agence France Press, and Sky News.
This Google initiative to chronicle the impact of Latino culture on the US includes biographies of influential figures, information about art/murals/food culture, online partner exhibits with scholarly institutions, geographic exploration and more.