3 edition of Introductory guide to Latin American studies found in the catalog.
Introductory guide to Latin American studies
Hartley F. Dame
by Center for Research in Social Systems, American University in Washington
Written in English
|Statement||a bibliographical essay by Hartley F. Dame [and] Joseph M. Macrum.|
|Contributions||Macrum, Joseph M., American University, Washington, D.C. Center for Research in Social Systems.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||30 p. on 16.|
|Number of Pages||30|
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The Companion to Latin American Studies is a book which covers an excellent range of material and will prove to be an essential guide for students and lecturers alike.
This book is highly useful: well written, with a clear exposition of ideas, it should provide an ideal course book for students and a resource book for by: 6. COPY. What is 'Latin American Studies'. This companion gives a concise and accessible overview of the discipline.
Covering a wide range of topics, from colonial cultures and identity to US Latino culture and issues of race, gender and sexuality, this book goes beyond conventional literary companions and situates Latin America in its historical, social, political, literary and cultural Cited by: 6.
This selection has assembled a rich diversity of themes and styles, cultural views, and voices of rebellion that well portrays the Latin American continent. Through this book, both Spanish and English readers will realize that Latin Americans have much to tell. (Evelio Echevaria, Colorado State University)Cited by: 1.
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Appendices . Authors and Contributors; Notes for Contributors . This is a wiki textbook -- feel free to edit it, update it, correct it, and otherwise increase its teaching potential. Therefore, when Sage Publications' commissioning editor for politics and international studies, Lucy Robinson, suggested to me in late that the time was ripe for a new introductory textbook on Latin America, she found a ready response.
Introductory. Examines contemporary Latin American culture, politics, and history. Surveys geography, economic development, and race, religion, and gender in Latin America. Special emphasis on the Salvadoran civil war, human rights and military rule in Argentina and Chile, and migration from Central America and Mexico to the United States.
Students analyze films, literature, visual art. This innovative college-level textbook for third-year college Spanish courses introduces the student to Latin American literature using a unique bilingual approach. Many of the themes raised here are covered in greater detail in other courses: 21FJ (New World Literature), 21F (Introduction to Contemporary Hispanic Literature), 21F (Twentieth-Century Hispanic American Literature), 21F (Advanced Topics in Hispanic Literature and Film), 21A (The Conquest of America), 21H (Modern Latin.
Afro-Latin American Studies: An Introduction takes readers through the histories, research and scholarly debates regarding the lives and impact of African-descended peoples in Brazil, Cuba, followed by Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Argentina, Honduras and the Dominican Republic, among nearly two dozen other nations in Latin America today.
Brazil and Cuba, however, figure most prominently in the edited. Oxford Bibliographies Online: Latin American Studies Combines the best features of an annotated bibliography and a high-level encyclopedia to guide researchers to the best available scholarship in Latin American Studies.
Each article includes an introduction written by a. Latin Online Series Introduction Winfred P. Lehmann and Jonathan Slocum. Latin is probably the easiest of the older languages for speakers of English to learn, both because of their earlier relationship and because of the long use of Latin as the language of educational, ecclesiastical, legal and political affairs in western culture.
Handbook of Latin American Studies is an annotated guide to publications in Latin American studies by topic and region, published since Its editorial offices are in the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress.
According to a Seminar on the Acquisition of Latin American Library Materials report, “The Handbook of Latin American Studies is the oldest and most prestigious area studies bibliography.
This course is an introduction to the interdisciplinary fields of Latin American and Latino/a Studies. It focuses on the commonalities and differences among what are broadly considered “Latinos,” the people of Latin America as well as the people of Latin American origin living in.
Critical Latin American and Latino Studies identifies the challenges and possibilities of more politically engaged and theoretically critical modes of scholarly practice. One objective is to provide a brief critical history of the study of various Latin American cultures—Latino, Chicano, Puerto Rican, among others.
Interdisciplinary introduction to contemporary Latin America, drawing on films, literature, popular press accounts, and scholarly research. Topics include economic development, ethnic and racial identity, religion, revolution, democracy, transitional justice, and the rule of law.
Examples draw on a range of countries in the region, especially Mexico, Chile, and Brazil. Let’s go on to your next book, which is a guide to how to learn the language for young pupils, or even adults, maybe. It’s called So You Really Want to Learn Latin and it’s by NRR Oulton.
The Latin argument in the last couple of years has become very, very furious — as often happens with arguments about slightly obscure subjects. Each year, the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies (DRCLAS) works with faculty and scholars from around the world to produce books on various topics concerning Latin America.
Authors and editors include James E. Austin, John H. Coatsworth, Jorge I. Domínguez, and David Maybury-Lewis, in addition to many other noted Latin Americanists.
This guide offers an overview of research resources in the humanities and social sciences at USC for the study of Latin America. The term was originally coined in the 19th century by the French under Napoleon III as part of his grand scheme for the Americas.
An editor of the Journal of Latin American Studies from tohe continues as a member of the JLAS editorial board. Over the last 20 years he has been editor of 40 titles in two important series: Verso’s Critical Studies in Latin American and Iberian Cultures (with John King) and Palgrave’s Studies of the Americas.
This guide provides resources to Latin American studies. Streaming videos and DVDs, from films to documentaries and more: Digitalia Film Library - Full-lenght films and documentaries on various topics from/about various regions (choose from Cuban Cinema, Latin American Selection, and French Collection databases).
Kanopy - Purchase-on-demand social sciences streaming video.Cambridge Core - Latin American Studies - Afro-Latin American Studies - edited by Alejandro de la Fuente. Latin America: An Introduction offers a contemporary, thematic analysis of the region that is grounded in Latin America's social, political, economic, and cultural past.
Based on chapters from Harry Vanden and Gary Prevost's popular text, Politics of Latin America, this book provides an accessible and interesting discussion of a broad range of topics, including democracy,3/5(1).