Latino Urban Ethnography and the Work of Elena Padilla
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This study reclaims and builds upon the classic work of anthropologist Elena Padilla. The volume includes an annotated edition of Padilla's 1947 University of Chicago master's thesis, which broke with traditional urban ethnographies and examined racial identities and interethnic relations. Weighing the importance of gender and the interplay of labour, residence, and social networks, Padilla examined the integration of Puerto Rican migrants into the social and cultural life of the larger community where they settled. Also included are four original essays that foreground the significance of Padilla's early study about Latinos in Chicago. Contributors discuss the implications of her groundbreaking contributions to urban ethnographic traditions and to the development of Puerto Rican studies and Latina/o studies. Contributors are Nicholas De Genova, Zaire Z. Dinzey-Flores, Elena Padilla, Ana Y. Ramos-Zayas, Meacute;rida M. Ruacute;a, and Arlene Torres. Meacute;rida M. Ruacute;a is an associate professor of Latina/o studies and American studies at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts.
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Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
Publication date: 1/25/2011
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
|Introduction. At the Crossroads of Urban Ethnography and Puerto Rican Latinidad|
|Puerto Rican Immigrants in New York and Chicago: A Study in Comparative Assimilation|
|Prologue. Looking Back and Thinking Forward|
|Acculturation and Assimilation|
|Background of the Puerto Rican Migrants|
|The Puerto Rican Migrants in New York City|
|The Puerto Rican Migrants in Chicago|
|Reflections on Puerto Rican Immigrants in New York and Chicago|
|ï¿½Spatio-Temporal Rhythmsï¿½ of Housing and Work|
|Footnotes of Social Justice: Elena Padilla and Chicago Puerto Rican Communities|
|ï¿½Whiteï¿½ Puerto Rican Migrants, the Mexican Colony, ï¿½Americanization,ï¿½ and Latino History|
|Gendering ï¿½Latino Public Intellectualsï¿½: Personal Narratives in the Ethnography of Elena Padilla|