Mambo montage : the Latinization of New York / [edited by] Agustín Laó-Montes, Arlene Dávila.

New York : Columbia University Press, [2001], ©2001.
xiv, 493 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 23 cm


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  • Introduction: Mambo Montage: The Latinization of New York City / Agustin Lao-Montes
  • Pt. I. The Production of Latinidad: Histories, Social Movements, Cultural Struggles
  • Ch. 1. "No Country But the One We Must Fight For": The Emergence of an Antillean Nation and Community in New York City, 1860-1901 / Nancy Raquel Mirabal. Ch. 2. "The Latins from Manhattan": Confronting Race and Building Community in Jim Crow Baseball, 1906-1950 / Adrian Burgos, Jr. Ch. 3. Latino Caribbean Diasporas in New York / Ramon Grosfoguel and Chloe S. Georas. Ch. 4. Niuyol: Urban Regime, Latino Social Movements, Ideologies of Latinidad / Agustin Lao-Montes. Ch. 5. Culture in the Battlefront: From Nationalist to Pan-Latino Projects / Arlene Davila
  • Pt. II. Expressive Cultures: Narrating, Imaging, and Performing Latinidad. Ch. 6. Life off the Hyphen: Latino Literature and Nuyorican Traditions / Juan Flores.
  • Ch. 7. "Nothing Connects Us All But Imagined Sounds": Performing Trans-Boricua Memories, Identities, and Nationalisms Through the Death of Hector Lavoe / Wilson Valentin-Escobar. Ch. 8. Hip-Hop, Puerto Ricans, and Ethnoracial Identities in New York / Raquel Z. Rivera. Ch. 9. Ambiguous Identities! The Affirmation of Puertorriquenidad in the Community Murals of New York City / Elsa B. Cardalda Sanchez and Amilcar Tirado Aviles
  • Pt. III. Latino/a Identities and the Politics of Space and Place. Ch. 10. Making Loisaida: Placing Puertorriquenidad in Lower Manhattan / Liz Sevcenko. Ch. 11. The Manifold Character of Panethnicity: Latino Identities and Practices Among Dominicans in New York City / Jose Itzigsohn and Carlos Dore-Cabral. Ch. 12. Immigration Status and Identity: Undocumented Mexicans in New York / Jocelyn Solis. Ch. 13. Outside/In: Crossing Queer and Latino Boundaries / Luis Aponte-Pares.
  • Ch. 14. Engendering and Coloring Labor Unions: Transcultural Readings of Latin American Women's Ways / Mary Garcia Castro
  • Pt. IV. Latinizing Cityscapes. Ch. 15. The Latin Side of Madison Avenue: Marketing and the Language that Makes Us "Hispanics" / Arlene Davila. Ch. 16. Eating in Cuban / Lisa Maya Knauer. Ch. 17. Taking "Class" Into Account: Dance, the Studio, and Latino Culture / Karen Backstein. Ch. 18. Deceptive Solidity: Public Signs, Civic Inclusion, and Language Rights in New York City (and Beyond) / Vilma Santiago-Irizarry.
  • 0231112742 (alk. paper)
  • 0231112750 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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