La limpieza de sangre. La limpieza de sangre alude a una de las cuestiones o aspectos más característicos de la sociedad y la mentalidad españolas del Antiguo Régimen.
Thoughts on Indigeneity, from the Perspective of an Indigenous Person – Dichos de un bicho. By Romario Bautista Note: This text was originally published as a story on the author’s Instagram account.
The author has given permission to reproduce this text as a blog post. Looking at Race vs Ethnicity - What's the Difference? "What are you?
" Many of us are often posed with this awkward question when it comes to how we identify, and it's hard to know how to answer. Is the person asking you to explain your race, or your ethnicity—or maybe even both? And then, there's another question: What is the difference between race and ethnicity, anyway? To find some clarification and better understand the significance of each of these two terms, we consulted Jennifer DeVere Brody, Stanford University's director of the Center for Comparative Studies in Race & Ethnicity.
When looking at how society, scholars, and the government define the words, the university explains: "There is little agreement on core distinctions between race and ethnicity. " Multiculturalismo, transculturación, heterogeneidad, poscolonialismo: hacia una crítica de la interculturalidad. Los textos aquí reunidos parten de una crítica de conceptos tradicionales de las relaciones culturales y las prácticas simbólicas tales como la interculturalidad, el sincretismo y el mestizaje cultural.
Desde una perspectiva comparatista amplia y hasta transdisciplinaria, se consideran los avances del debate sobre las diferentes nociones teóricas y metodólicas que actualmente se emplean en el análisis de los procesos y los sistemas culturales.Se trata, entonces, de inscribir las teorías culturales latinoamericanas en un espacio de teroización y (des-)territorialización que va más allá del subcontinente y que considera los procesos culturales actuales en la cuarta fase de la globalización acelerada. The Homecoming Podcast with Dr. Thema on Apple Podcasts. A guide to Indigenous land acknowledgment - Native Governance Center. Key components: Start with self-reflection.
Before starting work on your land acknowledgment statement, reflect on the process: Why am I doing this land acknowledgment? (If you’re hoping to inspire others to take action to support Indigenous communities, you’re on the right track. If you’re delivering a land acknowledgment out of guilt or because everyone else is doing it, more self-reflection is in order.)What is my end goal? Do your homework. The Indigenous people to whom the land belongs.The history of the land and any related treaties.Names of living Indigenous people from these communities.
Use appropriate language. Verso. Relations: Given the predominance of the question of human rights in our societies, as well as the official condemnation of racism, one might think that racism is a relic of ages past.
Yet this is not the case. FIRST LOOK: New documentary about Afro-LatinX identity in Puerto Rico. Cuando ellas no quieren ser solo iconos sino raperas. Si la historia te ha hecho pensar y tú también quieres ayudar a esta causa para cambiar el mundo En la última final de la mayor competición de hip hop freestyle en habla hispana, celebrada en el estadio del Espanyol ante 22.000 espectadores, la única mujer sobre el escenario era la presentadora del evento, Queen Mary.
Alba Marina González: "Barcelona es una ciudad salsera" -Barcelona es una ciudad salsera.
-Sí, sí es una ciudad salsera. Quizá podría ser más salsera que otras ciudades europeas, y eso se explica por la historia y por los vínculos que ha tenido Catalunya con el Caribe, especialmente con Cuba. -Dice que hay diferentes escenas de salsa. The case for open borders. "What would you think about a law that said that blacks couldn’t get a job without the government’s permission, or women couldn’t get a job without the government’s permission, or gays or Christians or anyone else?
" Why American Dirt, a novel about Mexican immigration, sparked such a controversy. The new novel American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins, officially released on January 21, was anointed the biggest book of the season well before it came out.
It sold to Flatiron Books at auction for a reported seven-figure advance. (71) Chavacano: The Spanish-based Creole of The Philippines. Does Diversity Breed Intolerance? “Diversity” is said to be the sun of our civic solar system, shining bright harmony everywhere from society at large to university campuses. Katherine Levine Einstein is certainly an apostle of this view. The College of Arts & Sciences assistant professor of political science studies racially segregated areas and finds that separation polarizes and paralyzes those places’ politics.
Mixed Race Studies. Amardeep Singh: Mimicry and Hybridity in Plain English. The Uncertain Future of the Multilingual City. Cities that mix different languages are born from the movements of people—but they’re also made, a new book finds. When you arrive by air in Dublin, you might think from all the Irish signs in the airport that you’ve landed in a bilingual city: not just a city in an officially bilingual country, but a city where you might hear some Irish. In fact, Irish isn’t very visible nor audible there, despite its protected status. Nonetheless, Dublin is being transformed into a more linguistically diverse place by immigrants from Poland, Romania, China, and elsewhere. Conquista y comida : consecuencias del encuentro de dos mundos. El Fondo Editorial de la APJ presenta “El japonés Fukuhara”, de Selenco Vega. (19) Lecture 14 -Homi Bhabha and the concept of Cultural Hybridity. An Introduction to Bhabha’s The Location of Culture - A Macat Literature Analysis lesson plan.
An individual’s identity is not simply the result of fixed factors such as education, gender, or race. Stereotypes and simple definitions are no longer appropriate; identity is flexible and individuals can only be accurately described through “cultural hybridity,” the varied mixture of cultural influences that now shape a person, and truly affect their identity. Watch Macat’s short video for a great introduction to Homi K. Bhabha’s The Location of Culture, one of the most important cultural theory books ever written. Richard Blanco. Richard Blanco was born in Madrid and immigrated to the United States as an infant with his Cuban-exile family. He was raised in Miami and earned a BS in civil engineering and MFA in creative writing from Florida International University. Blanco has been a practicing engineer, writer, and poet since 1991. His collections of poetry include City of a Hundred Fires (1998), which won the Agnes Starrett Poetry Prize; Directions to the Beach of the Dead (2005), winner of the PEN/American Beyond Margins Award; Looking for the Gulf Motel (2012), winner of the Thom Gunn Award, the Maine Literary Award, and the Paterson Prize; One Today (2013); Boston Strong (2013); and How to Love a Country (forthcoming 2019).
In 2013, Blanco was chosen to serve as the fifth inaugural poet of the United States. Viñetas de Tortas y bollos by gehitu. La Salada (2014) de Juan Martín Hsu. National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) A few lines before, the Diccionario describes mestizaje as the crossbreeding of different races. Mixed Race Studies » 1661: The First ‘Mixed-Race’ Milestone. 1661: The “First” Mixed-Race Milestone Steven F. Riley 2010-03-12 It is a surprisingly common misconception among many that the year 1967 represents the first milestone for people of ‘mixed-race’ in the United States. La dualidad coreana-argentina en el documental Mi último fracaso.
"Mi último fracaso", ópera prima de Cecila Kang, que se estrena en el Malba este sábado a las 20, narra la construcción identitaria de una argentina hija de coreanos, quien se dividió desde su niñez entre la cultura de sus padres y la que encontraba en su vida cotidiana por fuera de la comunidad.
Homi Bhabha's Concept of Hybridity. One of the most widely employed and most disputed terms in postcolonial theory, hybridity commonly refers to the creation of new transcultural forms within the contact zone produced by colonization. As used in horticulture, the term refers to the cross-breeding of two species by grafting or cross-pollination to form a third, ‘hybrid’ species. Hybridization takes many forms:linguistic, cultural,political, racial, etc.
Linguistic examples include pidgin and creole languages, and these echo the foundational use of the term by the linguist and cultural theorist Mikhail Bakhtin,who used it to suggest the disruptive and transfiguring power of multivocal language situations and, by extension, of multivocal narratives. The term ‘hybridity’ has been most recently associated with the work of Homi K.