Nueva York 1613 - 1945: New York and the Spanish-Speaking World Paperback
This exhibition catalogue offers an interdisciplinary examination of the impact of Latino cultures and the Spanish language on New York, which is approaching the milestone of being one-third Hispanic. The history of the city's ties to the Spanish-speaking world is as old as New Amsterdam itself, and is largely unknown. Editor Edward J. Sullivan is the Helen Gould Sheppard Professor of the History of Art, Institute of Fine Arts, New York University. The catalogue features illustrated essays by ten noted scholars: exhibition Chief Historian Mike Wallace; Carmen Boullosa (City College of New York); James Fernández (NYU); Juan Flores (NYU); Anna Indych-Lopez (City College of New York); Richard Kagan (Johns Hopkins University); Katherine Manthorne (CUNY Graduate Center); Cathy Matson (University of Delaware); Lisandro Pérez (Florida International University); and Virginia Sánchez Korrol (Professor Emerita, Brooklyn College).
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