Urban Enclaves Identity and Place in the World
Edition: 2nd 2006
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Description: Abrahamson explores metropolitan areas that have retained their distinctive ethnic, racial, and religious character in an era when American culture and landscape are increasingly homogenized. He revisits American urban dwellers in New York City, Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, Miami, and Detroit to find out why these communities continue to exist while others have not. In the new second edition, Abrahamson broadens the geographic and temporal scope to examine the formation of German communities in 19th century Brazil and American expatriate artists in post-WWI Paris.Urban Enclaves, Second Editioncan be incorporated into a variety of courses in sociology, history, anthropology, and cultural geography.
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List price: $34.99
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Worth Publishers, Incorporated
Publication date: 6/3/2005
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
|Boston's Beacon Hill and Other Elite Enclaves|
|"Back of the Yards" Chicago and Other Working-Class Enclaves|
|African Americans in Detroit|
|Germans in Southern Brazil|
|Chinatown in San Francisco and Little Taipei in Suburban Los Angeles|
|Miami's Little Havana|
|American Artists and Writers in Paris' Left Bank District of Montparnasse|
|Gays and Lesbians in San Francisco's Castro and Mission Districts|
|Hasidic Jews in Brooklyn|
|Some Concluding Thoughts|