American Creoles

Author: Martin Munro
Publisher: Liverpool University Press
ISBN: 1846317533
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The essays focus on issues of history, language, politics, and culture in various forms and consider figures as diverse as Barack Obama, Frantz Fanon, Miles Davis, James Brown, Edouard Glissant, William Faulkner, and Lafcadio Hearn.

The Ideology Of Creole Revolution

Author: Joshua Simon
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1108211151
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This book adopts a hemispheric perspective on the revolutions that liberated the United States and Spanish America, offering a new interpretation of their most important political ideas.

Louisiana Creoles

Author: Andrew Jolivétte
Publisher: Lexington Books
ISBN: 073911896X
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Chapter Three Including Native Identity in the Creole of Color Movement Ethnic
Renewal and Cultural Revival within a Black-Indian Population Many Americans
of mixed racial descent are currently engaged in this process of self-validation. In
refusing to accept the labels traditionally applied to them, many of these
individuals are also refusing to accept marginality as a defining feature of their
life experiences. In naming themselves, they are defining a place where they
belong—where ...

Hemispheric American Studies

Author: Caroline F. Levander
Publisher: Rutgers University Press
ISBN: 0813543878
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... same environmental influences, could nevertheless see themselves as
essentially different from Indians, Africans, and racially mixed peoples who
shared a geographic space with them. We might say that it realigned the
distributive boundary in this discursive economy of natural history between New
World peoples (Native Americans, as well as European American and African
American creoles) and Old World peoples (mainly Europeans) by identifying
European American creoles ...

Dialects Englishes Creoles And Education

Author: Shondel J. Nero
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1135621470
Size: 78.62 MB
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The volume focuses specifically on the increasing number of speakers of diverse
or nonstandard varieties of English, creoles, and hybrid varieties of English that
teachers confront daily in classrooms in North America and worldwide as a result
of the spread of English, internal and global migration, and increased
educational access. The students affected typically speak language varieties
such as African American Vernacular English, Caribbean Creole English, Tex
Mex, West African ...

Quetzalcoatl And Guadalupe

Author: Jacques Lafaye
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 9780226467887
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American Creoles against the discrimination to which they were subjected. The
charges and countercharges on this subject were endless; in reality the quarrel
involved more than a simple question of interest or ambition. It appears that in
one area, about which the documents are inevitably reticent, there was a vital
rivalry between Creoles and gachupines. If we may believe foreign witnesses,
the Creole women (revealing a trait of malinchismo of considerable interest for
the historian ...

Creole Subjects In The Colonial Americas

Author: Ralph Bauer
Publisher: UNC Press Books
ISBN: 080789902X
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Exploring the consciousness of peoples defined as "creoles" who moved from the Old World to the New World, this collection of eighteen original essays investigates the creolization of literary forms and genres in the Americas between the ...

The Idea Of Latin America

Author: Walter D. Mignolo
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1405150173
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“Latin” American Creoles and Mestizos/as do not want or cannot pretend to be “
Creoles of US (American) descent,” Latinos/as in the US have cut the Gordian
knot with Europe. This is one of the lines cutting across Latinos/as in the US and
Latins in South America: while the first are of European descent, the second are
not. Latinos/ as in the US cut the umbilical cord that still connects Latins, in South
America, to Europe. This tension was reconfigured when, after 1970,“Hispanics”
and ...