Hispanic culture and language in the United States
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Hispanic culture and language in the United States by Juan Francisco CaМЃrdenas y RodriМЃguez de Rivas

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Published by Instituto de las Españas en los Estados Unidos in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Spain -- Relations -- United States.,
  • United States -- Relations -- Spain.,
  • America -- Discovery and exploration -- Spanish.

Book details:

Edition Notes

ContributionsHispanic Institute in the United States.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsE183.8.S7 C27
The Physical Object
Pagination40 p.
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19297183M
LC Control Number34001804

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Hispanic culture and language in the United States. New York, Instituto de las Españas en los Estados Unidos, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Juan Francisco de Cárdenas; Hispanic Institute in the United States. So, whether the label is Hispanic or Latino, the “label on the label” says Made in the USA. In other words, we are dealing with a uniquely American phenomenon: even if it is based on national origins rooted elsewhere, the group identity for many Hispanics is created in the United States.".   Language is central to just about every cultural identity. And language, particularly for Hispanics, transcends national borders. We have a word for this: Latinidad. It's an understanding that.   In one seminar on Hispanic communities in the U.S., participants concluded that there was a serious bibliographic gap regarding this culture. The institute decided to produce an encyclopedia that would be written largely by U.S. Hispanics. This four-volume work covering history, literature and art, anthropology, and sociology is the s: 1.