Latino Chronology: Chronologies of the American Mosaic

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Price
$66.00
Publisher
Greenwood
Publish Date
Pages
176
Dimensions
7.1 X 10.32 X 0.68 inches | 1.22 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780313341540

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About the Author
D. H. Figueredo is director of the Library and Media Center at Bloomfield College. He is editor of Encyclopedia of Caribbean Literature (Greenwood 2006) and co-editor of Encyclopedia of Cuba (Greenwood 2003). He has taught Latin American literature at Montclair State University and Bloomfield College, and regularly contributes to Booklist, Multicultural Review, and other publications.
Reviews

"This chronology provides interesting facts that are not found in other Hispanic histories. Therefore it makes for a very interesting read. This current chronology is recommended for public, school, and academic libraries, especially in areas serving Hispanic students and patrons." --American Reference Books Annual

"[T]he author of Latino Chronology should be commended for a fine effort in bringing to light and presenting in one compact source some of the most memorable moments in the history of the U.S. Latinos and Hispanic populations. This handy reference work is recommended for public libraries serving Latino communities and academic libraries that support curricula in Latin American/Latino studies." --Booklist/Reference Books Bulletin

"Figueredo has gathered significant accomplishments of Latinos and placed them within their historical, social, political, religious and environmental contexts, starting with prehistory and leading up to 2006. He describes the first cultures and civilizations in detail, disastrous and deadly first contacts with Europeans and the process of assimilation with Spanish culture, the ongoing methods of discrimination and the efforts by individuals and groups to counter it, the development of modern American Latino culture, and the continuing themes of race, society and religion that run through modern Latino life. This is very accessible and well-organized and includes a glossary, bibliography and comprehensive index that serves as a good cross-reference." --Reference & Research Book News