Tradicion y cambio: Lecturas sobre la cultura latinoamericana contemporanea / Edition 3

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Overview

A standard text in Latin American culture courses, this unique collection of diverse readings and exclusive interviews focuses on the dynamic tension between tradition and change in contemporary Latin American culture from the Caribbean to Central and South America, including Brazil. The thematic approach of Tradición y cambio highlights key issues in Latin American culture; the selections explore how those issues (such as urbanization or the changing role of the family) alter, enrich, or confound the traditional cultural values and institutions.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780072496437
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Higher Education
  • Publication date: 7/20/2004
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 422
  • Sales rank: 364,452
  • Product dimensions: 7.50 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

Denis Lynn Daly Heyck is Professor of Modern Languages and Literatures at Loyola University, Chicago, where she teaches Latin American Literature and Culture. She has published a book of oral histories, Life Stories of the Nicaraguan Revolution (Routledge, 1990), and an anthology on Latino cultures in the Unied States, Barrios and Borderlands (Routledge, 1994). She is co-author of the Destinos professional supplements Spanish for educators and Spanish for Social Services (McGraw-Hill, 1993). Professor Heyck is currently working on a book about the relationship between cultural survival and environmental sustainability in several Latin American communities. Her book reviews appear in Hispania and Choice. She received her Ph.D. from the University of London.

María Victoria González-Pagani is currently Chair of the Foreign Language Program at the University of California at Santa Cruz. Previously, she was Spanish Language Coordinator at Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, and at the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Her special interests include language teaching methodology, Spanish syntax, computer-assisted foreign language instruction, and Latin American cultural studies, especially women's issues. Miss González-

Pagani attended the Universidad Nacional de Tucumán, Argentina, and received her M.A. in Applied and Hispanic Linguistics from the University of Illinois at Chicago.

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Table of Contents

PrefacioUno: Introducción Dos: Las clases sociales César Vallejo, Un hombre pasa con un pan al hombro Graciliamo Ramos, Cuentas Victoria Ocampo, Palabras francesas (fragmento) Miriam Lazo Laguna, entrevista (I), Las clases sociales y la revolución nicaragüense Miriam Lazo Laguna, entrevista (II), El aborto de la revolución nicaragüense Miriam Lazo Laguna, entrevista (III), EpílogoJavier Díaz Albertini, Hacia la cultura del logro (fragmento)Tres: La etnicidad Julia de Burgos, Ay, ay, ay de la grifa negra Nicolás Guillén, Balada de los dos abuelos Carolina María de Jesús, La favela (fragmento) Ricardo A. Pozas, Juan Pérez Jolote (fragmento) Rosario Castellanos, Balún Canán (fragmento) Charles David Kleymeyer, Carlos Moreno, La feria educativa, una fuente de ideas y orgullo cultural (fragmento) Cuatro:La urbanización Homero Aridjis, Poema de amor en la Ciudad de MéxicoGustavo Slau G., Andrés Yurjevic M., La agricultura urbana, una alternativa productiva para combatir la pobreza en sectores marginales Larissa Adler de Lomnitz, Asociaciones formales e informales (fragmento) Lourdes Arizpe S., El migrante indígena en la Ciudad de México Cinco: La familia Gabriela Mistral, Recuerdo de la madre ausente (fragmento) Domitila Barrios de Chungara, Si mepermiten hablar (fragmento) Mario Benedetti, La guerra y la paz Rosario Castellanos, Valium 10 Judith Ortiz Cofer, La quinceañera (fragmento)Seis: La educación Sonya Rendón, entrevista (I), Nuevo Mundo: un experimento educativo modelo Sonya Rendón, entrevista (II)Sonya Rendón, entrevista (III), EpílogoPaulo Freire, Pedagogía del oprimido (fragmento) Alipio Casali, entrevista (I), La Pontifícia Universidade de Sao Paulo: educación y compromiso social Alipio Casali, entrevista (II), Epílogo Alipio Casali, Universidad y compromiso social, Epílogo IICarlos Tünnerman Bernheim, I. La nueva política educativa (fragmento) Carlos Tünnerman Bernheim, II. A siete años de la educación en la revolución (entrevista)Carlos Tünnerman Bernheim, III. Epilogo (entrevista)Larissa Adler de Lomnitz, Ana Melnick, ConclusionesSiete: La religión Camilo Torres Restrepo, entrevista, ¿Comunismo en la Iglesia? (fragmento) Camilo Torres Restrepo, entrevista, Mensaje a los cristianos Dom Helder Câmara, entrevista (fragmento), Iglesia y desarrollo (fragmento) Victoria Araya Guillén, entrevista (I), El protestantismo en América Latina Victoria Araya Guillén, entrevista (II)Jean Price-Mars, Así habló el tío (fragmento) Gabriela Delgado, El día de los muertosOcho: La crítica cultural La globalización, el desarrollo económico y el medio ambiente Homero Aridjis, IX, Sobre ÁngelesJosé Lutzenberger, entrevista, Principal ecólogo de Brasil (fragmento) Rodrigo Gámez, entrevista, La diversidad biológica en Costa Rica Marina Silva, entrevista, El desarrollo económico y la justicia social en el AmazonasLa identidad nacionalGioconda Belli, Línea de fuego Gioconda Belli, Yo fui una vez una muchacha risueña Octavio Paz, Los hijos de la Malinche (fragmento) Elena Milán, Las buenas mujeres (fragmento) Bárbara Délano, Presuntamente Mario “Pacho” O’Donnell, La globalización alternativa y el “éxito” argentinoIbsen Martínez, El petróleo está donde él te encuentreJorge Gallardo (Maripoche), entrevista, La identidad guarnaí: tradición y cambioAurora Levins Morales, Hija de las AméricasLecturas recomendadasClave

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