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Navascues, Michael, Comp. – 1975
Reading materials by Spanish-speaking Americans, which constitute curricular materials for secondary school and college ethnic studies programs, are presented. The selection includes five stories and a poem in Spanish and an essay and autobiographical narrative in English. The writers of the materials represent the following areas: Columbia,…
Descriptors: Cultural Background, Cultural Education, Essays, Ethnic Studies
Olivares, Julian, Ed. – 1994
This anthology of 21 short stories is intended for Spanish-speaking students of Spanish, other students in intermediate and advanced Spanish-language courses, and students commencing study of the Hispanic literature of the United States. Twelve of the 15 authors are, by birth or descent, of Mexican, Cuban, or Puerto Rican origin. Eight were born…
Descriptors: Authors, Cubans, Cultural Interrelationships, Higher Education
Marcos, Luis R.; And Others – Hispanic Research Center: Research Bulletin, 1980
This journal issue concerns research projects conducted at the Hispanic Research Center of Fordham University in New York City. In the first article, Luis R. Marcos discusses research on the psychiatric evaluation and psychotherapy of bilingual Hispanic patients, focusing primarily on linguistic factors which affect evaluation and treatment of the…
Descriptors: Bilingualism, Communication (Thought Transfer), Hispanic Americans, Illegal Immigrants
Hernandez, Ramona, Ed.; Torres-Saillant, Silvio, Ed. – Punto 7 Review: A Journal of Marginal Discourse, 1992
This special issue explores the relationship between education and empowerment and considers whether it still is valid to assume that school provides the key for people in the lower social strata in America to achieve material well being. Taken together, the essays, poetry, and studies of this issue explore the experience of social marginality in…
Descriptors: Dominicans, Elementary Secondary Education, Empowerment, English Only Movement