The Other Latinos / Edition 1

The Other Latinos / Edition 1

by José Luis Falconi
     
 

When a master novelist, essayist, and critic searches for the wellsprings of his own work, where does he turn? Llosa—Peruvian writer, presidential contender, and public intellectual—answers this most personal question with elegant concision in this collection of essays.See more details below

Overview

When a master novelist, essayist, and critic searches for the wellsprings of his own work, where does he turn? Llosa—Peruvian writer, presidential contender, and public intellectual—answers this most personal question with elegant concision in this collection of essays.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780674025899
Publisher:
Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection
Publication date:
02/01/2008
Series:
David Rockefeller Center Series on Latin American Studies, #20
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
313
Sales rank:
1,414,633
Product dimensions:
0.64(w) x 6.14(h) x 9.21(d)

Table of Contents

About the Contributors     v
Introduction   Jose Luis Falconi   Jose Antonio Mazzotti     1
General Aspects of the Other Latino Immigration
Swimming in the Latino Sea: The Other Latinos and Politics   Michael Jones-Correa     21
Who Are the Other Latinos, and Why?   Helen B. Marrow     39
Recent Mexican and Central American Immigration
Comparing Mexicans and Central Americans in the Present Wave of U.S. Immigration   Nestor Rodriguez     81
Central American Americans: Invisibility, Power, and Representation   Arturo Arias     101
Andean Immigration
Mapping the Andean Cultural Archipelago in the United States   Ulises Juan Zevallos-Aguilar     125
The Persistence of Distance in the Poetry of Eduardo Mitre   Claret Vargas     141
Obsessive Signs of Identity: Bolivians in the United States   Edmundo Paz-Soldan     165
"Te has desmaterializado ya?" Gonzalez Viana's Los suenos de America   Debra A. Castillo     177
Brazilian Immigration
Second-generation Brazilian Immigrants in the United States   Teresa Sales     195
Becoming Brazucas: Brazilian Identity in the United States   Maxine L. Margolis     213
"Neither Hispanic, nor Black: We're Brazilian"   AnaCristina Braga Martes     231
Is There a Brazilian American Cinema? Aesthetics and Identity in A Fronteira and Nailed!   Antonio Luciano de Andrade Tosta     257
Index     287

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