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Key Terms in Latino/a Cultural and Literary Studies

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  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This is an indispensable reference comprised of hundreds of key terms central to the important and developing fields of Latino/a cultural and literary studies. From ABC Generation, Alamo, Americanization, and assimilation, to United Farm Workers , the West, Young Lords, and Zoot Suit Riots, this volume is a valuable pedagogical resource that encourages reflective, analytical responses.

Key Terms in Latino/a Cultural and Literary Studies looks to demonstrate the interdisciplinary nature and internationalization of Latino/a Studies as it has grown over the past few decades. An extensive bibliography of critical texts, to aid further study and comprehension, rounds out the guide.

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Acknowledgements.

Introduction.

Overview of Key Terms.

ABC Generation, Generation Ñ.

Active–Passive Matrix.

Afro–Latino, Indo–Latino.

AIDS/HIV.

Ajiaco, Ajiaco Christianity.

Alamo.

Altars, Ofrendas.

Alter–Native.

Ambiente.

America, América.

Americanization.

Anglo–American, European–American.

Assimilation, Acculturation.

Aztecs.

Aztlán.

Bachata.

Ballet Folklórico.

Balseros.

Banda.

Barrio, Barriology, Barrioization, Barrio Logos.

Baseball.

Basketball.

Bato/a, Vato/a, Los Batos Locos.

Bilingualism, Bilingual Education.

Black Legend, La leyenda negra.

Black/White Paradigm.

Blowouts, Walkouts.

Bolero.

Borderlands/La Frontera.

Borderotics/Fronterótica.

Border Patrol, Migra.

Border Theory.

Border Zones.

Boricua, Borinquén.

Boxing.

Bracero, Bracero Program.

Brown, Brownness, Brown Pride, Brown Out.

Brown Berets.

Caló.

Cannibal, Canibál, Caliban.

Canon.

Carnalismo.

Casita Movement.

Catholicism, Protestantism.

Census.

Cha–Cha–Chá.

Charco, Brincando el charco.

Chicanismo.

Chicano/a, Chicana/o, Chican@.

Chicano Movement, Movimiento Chicano.

Cholo/a.

Choteo.

Chusmería.

Citizenship, Cultural Citizenship.

Class.

Coatlicue State.

Cockfighting.

Code Switching.

Colonialism, Neocolonialism, Postcolonialism.

Comadrismo, Compadrazgo.

Comics.

Conjunto.

Corrido, Narcorrido.

Coyote.

Creole, Criollo, Creolization.

Critical Race Theory, LatCrit Theory.

Cuban American.

Cuban Revolution.

Cultural Imperialism.

Cultural Politics.

Culture of Poverty Thesis.

Cumbia.

Danza, Danzón.

Decolonization, Decolonial Imaginary.

Día de los muertos, Day of the Dead.

Diaspora.

Dichos.

Disidentification.

Domestic, Doméstica, Domesticana.

Dominicano.

Duranguense.

English–Only Movement.

Estado Libre Asociado.

Ethnicity, Pan–ethnicity.

Ethnopoetics, Mythopoetics.

Exile.

Folklore, Folk Culture.

Frontier.

Gachupín.

Gangs, Maras.

Globalization.

Graffiti.

Gran Familia.

Greaser.

Greater Cuba.

Greater México.

Great Migration.

Green Card.

Guagua Aérea.

Guajiro/a.

Hispanic.

Hispanidad, Hispanism, Hispanismo.

Hispano.

Homeboys, Homegirls, Homies.

Hometown Associations.

Hybrid, Hybridity, Hybridization.

Hyphen, Hyphenization.

Identity, Identification.

Illegal Alien, Legal Alien.

Imperialism, Empire.

Insularismo.

Internal Colonialism, Internal Colonization.

Jíbaro/a, Gíbaro/a.

Jones Act.

Joto/a.

Kitsch.

Latin America, Latin/o America.

Latinidad, Latinismo.

Latinization.

Latin Jazz.

Latino, Latino/a, Latina/o, Latin@.

Literatura chicanesca, Chicanesque Literature.

Llorona.

Loco/a.

Low Rider, Lowriding, Onda bajita.

Lucha Libre.

Machismo.

Magical Realism.

Malinche, Malinchismo.

Mambo.

Manifest Destiny.

Marginality, Marginalization.

Mariachi.

Marianismo.

Mariel Boatlift, Marielitos.

Matrícula.

Mean Streets.

Melting Pot.

Merengue.

Mestizo/a, Mestizaje.

Mexican American.

Mexican–American War.

Mexican Revolution.

México de afuera, México del norte, México Lindo, Otro México.

Migration.

Minority.

Mojado/a, Wetback.

Monroe Doctrine.

Mulato/a, Mulatez.

Multiculturalism.

Murals.

Naco.

NAFTA.

Náhuatl.

Nation, State, Nationalism.

Nativism.

Nepantla.

Norte.

Nortec.

Norteño.

Nueva Mestiza, Mestiza Consciousness.

Nuyorican.

Nuyorican Aesthetics, Cultural Consciousness, Dialectic.

One–and–a–halfers, 1.5 generation.

Operation Bootstrap.

Operation Pedro Pan.

Operation Wetback.

Oppositional Consciousness..

P acá y p allá dialectics.

Pachuco/a.

Pan–Americanism.

Pinto, Pinto Art.

Pioneros.

Plan de Santa Barbara.

Plan Espiritual de Aztlán.

Plena and Bomba.

Pocho/a, Pochismo.

Premio Lo Nuestro.

Prisons, Prison Industrial Complex.

Puerto Rican, Puertorriqueño/a.

Quinceañera.

Quinto sol, Quinto Sol Generation.

Quisqueya.

Race, Racialization.

Ranchera.

Rap and Hip–Hop.

Rasquachismo.

Raza, Raza Cósmica.

Reggaetón.

Remittances.

Retablos.

Rock en español.

Rumba.

Salsa.

Santería.

Santos, Santeros.

Sitios y lenguas.

Situational Alliances.

Slavery.

Sleepy Lagoon.

Son.

Spanglish.

Spanish–American War.

Spic.

Stereotype.

Subaltern, Subalternity, Subaltern Studies.

Syncreticism.

Taíno.

Teatro Campesino.

Tejano/a, Tejano music, Tex–Mex.

Telenovela.

Testimonio, Testimonial.

Texas Rangers, Rinches.

Third World Feminism, Women of Color Movement.

Tortillera.

Transculturation.

Transnationality, Translocalism, Transmigration.

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.

Tropicalizations.

Undocumented Worker.

United Farm Workers.

Vaivén.

Vaquero, Cowboy, Charro, Charreada.

Virgen de Guadalupe, de la Altagracia, de la Caridad del Cobre, de la Providencia.

Voguing, Ballroom Scene.

West, Western.

Young Lords.

Zoot Suiters, Zoot Suit Riots.

References.

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