Becoming Brazuca: Brazilian Immigration to the United States

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Brazilians in the United States are a relatively new wave of immigrants from South America. In the past their vast country of origin was used to receiving immigrants, not sending them out. The shift is new, and these arrivals do not necessarily fit comfortably in the midst of the huge Spanish-speaking U.S. immigration. This volume offers a broad-ranging discussion of an understudied population and also brings insights into the core issues of immigration research: how immigration can complicate issues of social class, race, and ethnicity, how it intersects with the educational system, and how it fits into the assimilation paradigm.

Within the three broad categories that separate these 14 chapters, discussions by the 24 contributors illuminate the various facets of Brazilian immigration and put them in the broader context of life in the twenty-first century. Discussions of cultural icons like Carmen Miranda and Carnival, of Brazilian immigrant women, of the new generation, and of the economy of remittances are just a few examples of the wide range of topics covered in these pages.

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Meet the Author

Clémence Jouët-Pastré is Senior Preceptor in Romance Languages and Literatures, Harvard University.

?Leticia J. Braga is a graduate student at Harvard University.

Carola Suárez-Orozco is Professor of Human Development and Psychology and Co-Director of the Institute for Immigrant Children, Youth, and Families at the University of California, Los Angeles.

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Table of Contents

  • Prologue: The Diasporic Experience by Carola Suarez-Orozco
  • Biographical Information
  • Acknowledgments
  • Introduction: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Becoming Brazuca by Leticia J. Braga and Clemence Jouet-Pastre

  1. The Art of Seduction: Images of Brazil and the United States in the Twentieth Century

  2. Before We Called This Place Home: Precursors of the Brazilian Community in the United States by Darien J. Davis
  3. In the Shadow of Carmen Miranda and the Carnival: Brazilian Immigrant Women in Los Angeles by Bernadete Beserra
  4. The Formative Years of the Brazilian communities of New York and San Francisco through the Print Media: The Brazilians/The Brasilians and Brazil Today by Else R. P. Vierira
  5. (In)Visibility: Community and Belonging

  6. Updating Demographic, Geographic, and Occupational Data on Brazilians in Massachusetts by Carlos Eduardo Siqueira and Tiago Jansen
  7. The Commitment of Return: Remittances of Brazilian Emigres by Ana Cristina Braga Martes
  8. Brazilian Immigrant Women: Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Transnationalism by Judith McDonnell and Cileine de Lourenco
  9. Emigrants from Governador Valadares: Projects of Return and Investment by Sueli Siqueira
  10. The concept of Time and Conflicting Expectations of Brazilian Women in Clinical Settings by Clemence Joet-Pastre, Branca Telles Ribeiro, Marcia Guimaraes, Solange de Azambuja Lira
  11. A Uniao Tem Forca? Three Labor Unions’ Outreach to Brazilian Immigrant Workers in Boston by Joshua Kirshner
  12. The Religious Field among Brazilians in the United States by Paul Freston
  13. A New Generation of People and Research

  14. Between “Cultural Excess” and Racial “Invisibility”: Brazilians and the Commercialization of Culture in Newark by Ana Ramos-Zayas
  15. Between Dream and Reality: Adolescent and Second-Generation Brazilian Immigrants in Massachusetts by Teresa Sales and Marcia Loureiro
  16. Two Languages at Play: Language Boundaries in the Speech of Second-Generation Brazilian Immigrants by Katia Maria Santos Mota
  17. Brazilian Immigration to the United States: Research and Issues for the New Millennium by Maxine L. Margolis

  • Index

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