2 edition of The Latino/a condition found in the catalog.
The Latino/a condition
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Latino condition, Latina condition|
|Statement||edited by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic|
|LC Classifications||E185.S75 L355 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||9780814720394, 9780814720400|
|LC Control Number||2010026216|
An example is Brown v. The very high proportion of Hispanics who have not yet become U. Despite U. The main exceptions in this regard are the Puerto Ricans, who were much more likely than any other group, Hispanic or not, to have arrived during the s, and the Cubans, who were much more likely than any other group, Hispanic or not, to have arrived during the s. Espinoza-- 5.
CRT methodology and analytical framework have also been applied to the study of white immigrant groups. Tracing the Trajectories of Conquest Juan F. While Brazilian Americans are not included with Hispanics and Latinos in the government's census population reports, any Brazilian American can report as being Hispanic or Latino since Hispanic or Latino origin is, like race or ethnicity, a matter of self-identification. Hispanics are at once a new and an old population made up both of recently arrived newcomers and of old timers with deeper roots in American soil than any other ethnic groups except for the indigenous peoples of the continent. By Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic With one of the harshest anti-immigrant laws on the books, Arizona has recently taken to targeting Latino schoolchildren and even the books their teachers use to inform them about their history and culture. Social institutions function as dispossessions, disenfranchisement, and discrimination over minority groups, but the LatCRT seeks to give voice to those who are victimized.
The census counted a mainland Puerto Rican population of over 3. Cruz-Janzen-- The rule of law, according to critical race theorists, is a false promise of principled government, and they have lost patience with false promises. Those figures refer to countries of birth, quite aside from citizenship status e. Is the focus on Hispanics or Latinos as a catchall category misleading, since it conceals not only the enormous diversity of contemporary immigrants from Spanish-speaking Latin America but also the substantial generational differences among groups so labeled? Altogether, more than 28 million persons older than age 5 in the United States in reported speaking Spanish at home.
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Nonetheless, an analyst of U. When the Treaty of Guadalupe-Hidalgo ceded the lands of the Southwest to the United States inthere were perhaps 75, inhabitants of Mexican and Spanish origin residing in that vast territory—nearly three-fourths of them Hispanos in New Mexico, with smaller numbers of Tejanos and Californios see Griswold del Castillo, ; Pitt, This fact—not place, not race, not religion, not citizenship—is the single most distinctive difference between Hispanics and non-Hispanics in the United States.
Chicano Indianism Martha Menchaca-- She is the recipient of the prestigious Clyde Ferguson Award, given annually by law professors of color for accomplishments in scholarship, teaching and service.
These marginalized communities are guided by structural arrangements that disadvantage people of color. She has been featured on Democracy Now, a public radio show, in connection with her portrayal of the prosecutor in a mock trial sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee from Sept.
Ambivalent Reception Wayne A. The 'property functions of whiteness'—rights to disposition, rights to use and enjoyment, reputation and status property, and the absolute right to exclude—make the American dream a more likely and attainable reality for The Latino/a condition book as citizens.
The Stylebook limits the term "Hispanic" to persons "from — or whose ancestors were from — a Spanish-speaking land or culture". The results are presented in Table A notable Cuban presence in the United States goes back to the early 19th century, beginning what became a tradition for Cuban exiles to carry out their political work from bases in New York and Florida.
Like 0. If Mexico was the first nation in the Americas to achieve its independence from Spain inand Puerto Rico the only one that has never become an independent state, Cuba was the last in Spanish America, becoming formally independent in after almost four years of U.
Examining these results for the main Hispanic ethnic groups, the proportions who identified racially as white ranged from a low of 22 percent among Dominicans to a high of 84 percent among Cubans; the proportions who identified as black ranged from 1 percent or less among Mexicans, Salvadorans, Guatemalans, Colombians, Peruvians, and Ecuadorans, to a high of 8.
Of the two, only Hispanic can be used in referring to Spain and its history and culture; a native of Spain residing in the United States is a Hispanic, not a Latino, and one cannot substitute Latino in the phrase the Hispanic influence on native Mexican cultures without garbling the meaning.
Johnson-- Latino studies, critical race studies, and family studies—the author adopts an intersectional "social inequality lens" as a means for understanding the broader sociopolitical dynamics of the Latino family, considering ethnic subgroup diversity, community context, institutional practices, and their intersections with family processes and well-being.
Spanish-speaking people under one umbrella. Finally, I highlight a set of salient characteristics and contexts that distinguish the contemporary Hispanic population as a whole from non-Hispanics and the major Hispanic ethnic groups from each other—issues elaborated in greater detail in the chapters that follow.
It's about righting wrongs, not just questing after knowledge" and that CRT is not "radical today in the sense of being outside the mainstream: Critical race theory is widely taught and studied.
What about Catholicism? Because his thesis is utterly untestable, one quickly reaches a dead end after either accepting or rejecting his assertion that white Americans would cheerfully sell all blacks to the aliens.
Padilla-- Moreover, Cuba remained subordinated to the United States after under the terms of the Platt Amendment, attached by the U. Haney Lopez-- The rule of law, according to critical race theorists, is a false promise of principled government, and they have lost patience with false promises.
More specifically, 93 percent of Cuban parents identified as white, compared with only 41 percent of their children; 85 percent of Colombian parents defined themselves as white, but only 24 percent of their children did so—proportions that were similar for other South Americans; two-thirds of the Salvadoran, Guatemalan, and Nicaraguan parents saw themselves as white, but only one-fifth of their children agreed; and about a third of the Dominican parents reported as white, more than twice the proportion of their children who did so.
Pyle wrote in the Boston College Law Review : Critical race theorists attack the very foundations of the [classical] liberal legal order, including equality theory, legal reasoning, Enlightenment rationalism and neutral principles of constitutional law.
This chapter reviews each of these three aspects—the classificatory, the historical, and the contemporary. Between the two coasts, as the historian David Weber has notedSpain claimed much of the American South and the entire Southwest—at least half of the present U.Book Summary: In the last forty-five years, immigration reform has brought tens of millions of new immigrants from Latin American countries to the United States.
Since critical race theory pioneers Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic compiled the first edition of The Latino/a Condition inthe population has continued to grow exponentially, while scholarship on Latinos/as has grown just as Cited by: 1. In the last forty-five years, immigration reform has brought tens of millions of new immigrants from Latin American countries to the United States.
Since critical race theory pioneers Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic compiled the first edition of The Latino/a Condition inthe population has continued to grow exponentially, while scholarship on Latinos/as has grown just as quickly. Critical race theory (CRT) is a theoretical framework in the social sciences that uses critical theory to examine society and culture as they relate to categorizations of race, law, and power.
It began as a theoretical movement within American law schools in the mid- to late s as a reworking of critical legal studies on race issues and is loosely unified by two common themes: First, CRT.
Gerald P. López, Still Looking for America: Beyond the Latino National Political Survey (with Luis Fraga, Herman Gallegos, Mary Louis Pratt, Renato Rosaldo, Jose Saldivar, Ramon Saldivar, and Guadalupe Valdes), in The Latino/a Condition: A Critical Reader (edited by Richard Delgado and Jean Stefancic, New York University Press, ).
Richard Delgado is John J. Sparkman Chair of Law at the University of Alabama and one of the founders of critical race theory. His books include The Latino/a Condition: A Critical Reader (co-edited with Jean Stefancic; New York University Press) and The Rodrigo Chronicles (New York University Press).
Jean Stefancic is Professor and Clement Research Affiliate at the University of Alabama School ofAuthor: Richard Delgado. Jan 31, · The book is “American Dirt,” and it’s a novel, which is to say that the admittedly riveting story it tells — about a Mexican woman and her son who leave their comfortable life in Acapulco.